Okay, so I’ve missed…quite a lot. And I wasn’t stitching as much as I wanted to.
But I’m back! And boy, do I have some projects to share. I’m nearly done with the LOZ one, and I hope to be finished by the end of the month, so I can get Leo his stitches.
Now, I expected to stitch a lot when I was in Israel (which you can read about in installments here), but I did not. I did all the things I am writing about in that blog.
Speaking of Israel…
One of the activities we did was to pass around a ball of yarn, throwing it across the room so that we’d make a web. Once a person had the ball, they had to talk about their “Aha” moment before throwing it to the next person.
I’ll write more about my own “Aha” moment on the travel blog when I get to that day.
Anyway, it was the only time that we would ever all be touching that yarn at the same time, and afterward, we were invited to break off a piece to wear on our wrists as a token of the trip, and what it mean to us.
After everyone had gotten their piece, I took…a lot.
And then I made this!
In Hebrew, it says “Taglit”, which means “discovery,” and is what the Birthright organization is called over there.
The red is all from that same ball of yarn.