Friday, 6 October 2017

Friday Homework for Lesson 38: Bosnian Stitch

Student: This was easy and fast. Here's my homework for the Bosnian Stitch.

Teacher: Accepted, but not very impressive. No creative design this time, eh?
Student: No, it was too easy and I was too busy with other things.
Teacher: You and your excuses!
Student: I am fed up with Geography!
Teacher: I am sure you could benefit from more lessons on this subject.
Student: PLEASE, something else, please.
Teacher: OK, let's do some Biology on Sunday.
Student: THANK YOU, Miss.

12 comments:

  1. The stitching and the dialog are both interesting!

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    1. Ha, ha!
      This posts proves how busy and how lazy the student is!

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  2. A change is as good as a rest, after all!

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    1. The plea of the student is maybe to get a new type of stitch for the Sunbonnet Sue sampler in a few week's time. Recently the stitches have been geometric, hard and sharp; some softer shapes would be welcome...

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  3. Interesting dialogue and a nice Bosnian stitch sample. I want to catch up on my stitches.

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    1. This is a fast stitch, but I think difficult to vary. It will be interesting to see if and how you will 'stretch' it!

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  4. I like that stitch it has a graphic bold look.

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    1. it would look great on one of your butterfly quilts!

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  5. Every now and then, one needs something simple and fast to accomplish.

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  6. I think the Bosnian sample is great. I Really like it.
    It is good to do something different for a change...just as well you have an accommodating Teacher.

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    1. If the teacher were any stricter I would change the class!

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