The computer is working again, even if we discovered the back-up thumb-drive was corrupted and we've lost a bunch of stuff.
I love technology when it works . . .
Anyway, this week while the blog has been dark, I've stitched dirt and a critter.
There has been some discussion as to what this critter is.
Cissy Smith, who charted the reproduction, refers to it as a colt. Dearly Beloved, who has a box of ribbons around here somewhere from his days of competing in equitation events, says it looks more bovine than equine to him. I think it's a sheep, actually a lamb who is out for a frolic.
Since we cannot get a consensus on the type of beast, it's a critter.
I'm working on more dirt. There is a path that runs all the way around the lawn inside the fence, so I've started more tent stitch over one to create that part of the design.
I'm getting a little tired of dirt, but the faster I get it stitched, that faster I can get to things that are more fun.
And a prettier color.