With a bit of encouragement from Debra, I dug out my sampler, sharpened up my needle with a few running stitches, and tried making a whipped wheel using my usual 2 strands of embroidery floss. It wasn't until I tried it on SBS that I realized the importance of not pulling it too tight or leaving it too loose. Has anyone tried a partial wheel? Any suggestions on how to get back to the other side? I slid the thread under the wheel, but it was a bit awkward.
Sorry about the wrinkles! Can't press it without setting the stitching lines that are supposed to rinse out~(If you look closely, you can see where something wet dripped on the net and in the lower right corner, causing the blue to run.) Anyhow, here's the bug-catching SBS with running stitch and a partial whipped wheel added. Depending on next week's stitch, I may create a whipped wheel flower. Don't you think that might help Sue snare the butterfly?
Thanks, Debra, it's good to be caught up!