Friday, September 23, 2011

Sew & Tell Friday: Lazy Beach Bum Edition

Okay, please bear with me. I am a lazy beach bum trying to figure out a blogging ap on my ipod!

In the car on the way, I managed to finish February's Birdie Stitches block.

I even finished March. The dorky four-leaf clover are not part of the original design. I just couldn't leave well enough alone!

This morning, while treasure is at the pier fishing, I have managed to prep a couple of blocks for the trip home.

Still don't want to think how far behind I am!

Not yet finished with this!

Or this!

Orange Beach Blessings,



  1. oh gosh, what a nice view! enjoy your beach-ing! :)

  2. Girl, how long are you on vacation?!!!! You are so close to my hometown....sigh. So glad you took a break to share these lovely photos of the scenery and your birdie stitching.

    By the way, I couldn't access your blog through Sew and Tell...not sure if it was a one time glitch or not...

  3. Oh...I wish I was on the beach too....

    Love your stitchery!

  4. I want to visit the beach!!!! Looks like a lovly view that you have there. I love your birdies. They are 'sew' cute! Visiting from Sew and Tell.

    ~ Kimberlee at The Spunky Diva 

  5. OMG!!! We went to OB in June!!! My parents have a condo at Romar House...I wish I were there again!!!! So beautiful!!!!!

    Those birds are sweet tweets! Did you draw the pattern? I may have to try some of these cuties!!!!

  6. cute blocks! i love those birdies, they are so sweet! But that beach view - WOW! (PS - I fixed your link, it had a typo in it but it's all better now!)

  7. Sounds like you're having a great time! I love your birdie blocks!

  8. What cute stitchery. I like the clovers!


  9. Oh, I love Orange Beach and am totally jealous!! Your blocks look great, love the colors!

  10. I miss the beach so much! I caught up on my UFO, I know you can catch up on yours! :) It looks lovely!

  11. Looks like a lovely vacation! LOVE your stitching and the blocks...especially the colors you chose to use :)

  12. Wish I could turn all that water into RAIN for southern Oklahoma!


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