This quilt is finally finished, hurrah! I learned a hard lesson with this one: Do not use spray glue to hold your backing in place unless you plan to finish the project immediately. As the glue ages, it yellows and leaves very hard to remove stains. With persistence, the stains mostly disappeared which was a relief. I did the embroidery and piecing on this quilt and it was quilted by a friend, who is now deceased. Lots of memories in this piece.
This is the second pair of socks I finished during September. The pattern is called Impossible Girl's Socks and is free on Ravelry.
And these socks are my first October finish. The pattern, also free, is Sunday Swing and was part of a KAL sponsored by Dee. Val suggested only doing the pattern on the cuff.
On a totally different topic, we've had some fun nature experiences lately. We had these four little visitors right on on back step this past week in the early evening. They went nose to nose with our cat, so it was good that there was a pane of glass between them!
In Mid-September when Dick's brother and wife visited, we took a fun walk at Coulon Beach Park and were treated to a special sight.
En route to the above cairn, we saw these turtles sunning themselves on this log, and on our return, this is what we saw. Turtle number four tried hard but didn't get to stay on the log for more than a couple of minutes.
That's it for now. I hope you all are enjoying a great week!