| Can you find the tatting among the River Cane?|
In Cherokee North Carolina.
|Playing by the river, making cane fishing poles for play. and and searching for "skipping stones" you know the important things in life :)|
|Cute wagon wheel chair in Cherokee North Carolina|
|Daughter calming grandson outside restaurant. In the background is a peak at the "kudzu" that covers the southern United States brought over from Asia many years ago, in background|
|Daughter calming grandson outside restaurant, and a peak a the south's Kudzu that covers the southern United States brought over from Asia many years ago, in background|
|I had to show this beautiful dress made by a woman in the Philippines names Rainy she made this for me little over 50 years ago, this last week end it was worn again by a 3rd generation.|
|Two of my grandchildren. On Sunday :)|
|Love this book, tatted many items this time tried Tatted, wheel 24 from page 49 all it said was make 24 long picots and even though I rarely use picot gauges I did, I guessed, and lost, they were too long :(|
|Leaving a cup like shape that just needed a "wonder what to do", moment.|
|Along the small river that we visited in Cherokee, North Carolina USA grows River Cane. which looks a lot like Bamboo :)|
Yes my daughter and another grand son.
|My husband shows how tall this cane is.|
Have a great week and remember to take breaks of recreation for your recreation of the soul.