Daffy's Stitchy Friends

Saturday, August 11, 2018

August ORTs

Hello TUSALers! Have you shined up those ORT jars for the New Moon? It's time for the Totally Useless Stitch A Long! My year to date jar has a whole lotta orange Orts from this fat pumpkin:

The sewing ORTs in the wood leaf bowl are mostly white. These from sewing the Dresden blocks together. Oh, I still need to work on the borders for this quilt. Cross stitching, with fun pumpkins and kitties, has my interest right now.


Now it is YOUR turn...we want to see your ORTs! Leave a comment on this post with a link to your August TUSAL post so we can come to visit! If I hold a Totally Useless giveaway your comment will earn you an extra entry.

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Terri Patillo said...

Loving that pumpkin. My ort jar is only about 1/4 full but I'm stitching again after a four year hiatus.

Sandy Longan said...

Cute Pumpkin Sharon. I updated my blog with two sets of ORT's camping and home. You can check them out here: https://smalltownstitchin.blogspot.com/
Hugs, Sandy

Deb said...

Lovely start on the fat pumpkin, and nice year to date orts, my TUSAL report for August can be found here: https://deborahsbitsandpieces.blogspot.com/2018/08/slow-sunday-stitching-august-tusal-new.html

Happy Stitching

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Love the colours in the pumpkin. Here are my ORTs:


FlashinScissors said...

Love the little cat with the pumpkin! Great start, Sharon!
Here is the link to my ORTs:


Looking forward to seeing everyone’s jars/ORTs!

Thanks for organising us!

Barbara x

Little Stitches Art said...

Lovely design and congratulations to all of you for the ORTs increase. My jar is increasing also


Beth in IL said...

Thanks for hosting this! I love seeing everyone's orts!

Beth in IL

Khristine Doiron said...

Your jar is getting so full!!

Here are my orts - http://cross-stitching-mama.blogspot.com/2018/08/august-tusal.html