I’ve had this done for several days now, but am just now getting around to posting a photo. I finished my second block on Tesori d’Italia. This is for the Liguria region. The motifs this time are for the sea, musical notes for the San Remo Music Festival, flowers for the Riviera dei Fiori, olives, and the Bigo in the port of Genoa.
I am still loving the color scheme, although I think I hate the DMC metallic I am using. It seems to be so much harder to work with than Kreinik or the Rainbow Gallery Treasure Braid. This stuff just unwinds and snarls. But, the anchor got a little gold outline anyway.
The next region for me is Lazio, which I am looking forward to, because it includes Rome.
After my last post, Jenn asked for photos from the Star Wars exhibit. Although they did allow photos, it would have been impossible to get them. Everything was behind plexiglass, and the lighting was quite dim. Although Eric is phenomenal when it comes to taking photos of things behind glass in dim lighting, when there are a million child-size handprints on the plexi, it becomes impossible. So, alas, no photos from us. But, it looks like rebelscum.com has a few.
I’ll leave you with Han Solo though…be still my heart.
Walk to Rivendell: Farmer Maggot’s lane meets the Causeway to Buckleberry Ferry. Ride in wagon. (Total miles walked: 69.25)
I am grateful for recommitting.