I'm still waiting for the tennis shoes to show up!(From the pic, it's a little hard to tell what is going on.)
Ha, ha! You didn't recognize the pink tennis clogs? Guess I'll have to try harder......
Happy to see you found something to do with this stitch. It doesn't make a very good tree :-( I finished, but have been having computer problems so not sure when I can get posting. I'm watching you ladies to get more inspiration ~ lol.
That grass looks pretty good! Neat idea.
Uh, sorry, no!
At first glance I thought it was twirling tassels but remembered that this was Sunbonnet Sue and she wouldn't expose those even if she had them. HAHAHA Funny how pictures look like something else sometimes when you don't see the whole thing.Drizzle does make for good grass though!
Truly a "whatever" moment! Sue "grounded" sounds as if she's been naughty and we know that can't possibly be true. Agree, great grass.
Lovely grass! At first, I thought it would be doodads on her shoe tops. =)
Oh My! I thought the same; but, then, my DIL is a bellydancer so it's pretty common to see nowadays.
I have a friend who did belly dancing and burlesque, guess that's why it came to mind.
Now you know why Sue's wearing that bonnet over her red face......
I, too, am guilty of thinking that our Sue here was a 'go-go' dancer swinging her tassles, lol. What a great imagination we all have, and wouldn't that be a new take on Sun Bonnet Sue's. Not so innocent as we think.Great job Judy for incorporating this strange little stitch somewhere on your block.
Sure didn't realize how those drizzles would fuel your imaginations....... Now if Sue were in Las Vegas, who knows how she might cut loose?
I love the use of drizzle for grass.I guess I'm getting old or something-- I DIDN't think of go-go tassels. Maybe I need more excitement in my life!
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