1. House Needlebook, 2. Octopus needlebook 01, 3. Needlebook - yellow top, 4. Little Doll Needlebook, 5. Stitch Club Felt Needlebook, 6. Cherry Needlebook, 7. 2" hexagon needlebooks, 8. gravestone needlebook, 9. nálabækur/ needlebook., 10. wool felt needlebook, 11. beaded snail needlebook, 12. inside, 13. needlecase received, 14. inside, 15. Needlebook , 16. Round Needlebook, 17. Round Needlebook, 18. Ocean Scene Needlebook, 19. Cupcake needlebook, 20. self-present: a needlebook, 21. Needlebook, 22. needlebook profile swap sent to annaelizc, 23. needlebook inside - profile swap sent to annaelizc , 24. Needlebook and pincushion swap, 25. Needlebook
For the EMQG, June was "Needlebook" swap month. I had so much fun looking at all the books on flickr that I want to make MORE and MORE--
But how many do I really need?? At least one more! This is the one that I made to swap-- why didn't I make 2? (Rats... I don't have a pic of the one that I picked. It is a cool hexagon book.)
End of the year stuff has made life kinda crazy-- each day this week I have been pulled in so many directions and then left just feeling squeezed-- and just when you think that is all "under control," you get a call from the school office-- saying your Brownie is hurt. Priorities suddenly become crystal clear. That other stuff can all be back-burnered... you just need to take care of your boy.
We left urgent care with a sling, a weird figure-8 splint and only a broken collar bone. He said that his pain level was only a 2-3 (down from a 7.5, my boy is very specific.) After looking at the medical posters in the exam room, "The Amazing Back" and "The Amazing Knee"-- he quipped "What will they think of next, Mom, The Amazing Uterus?"-- that was when I knew he was going to be O.K. Exhale...
I wrote a little something about the EMQG quilt show... hopefully I can catch up with myself this weekend.