Today is Wednesday and I thought I would have a sandwiched and basted Kafferepet quilt top to report on. However, I had to coin the abbreviation NLAUFOWYGOALH, OYWNRWTSA instead. It stands for: Never Leave A UFO While You Go Away On A Long Holiday, Or You Will Not Remember Where To Start Again.
I located Kafferepet in the cupboard, opened it up and found I have lots of work to do on the border; it wasn't completed as I had thought.
That is why instead of a basted top I can report on this:
Some French Knots (TAST #15) on the Oxeyed Daisy.
Straight stitches and Woven Cross #77 on the purple flowers. The upper stem in Siennese #83, the lower one in Vandyke #76.
A Buttonhole Wheel #22 in the middle of the rose and Italian Border #39 along the edges of the petals.
Upper stem in Portuguese Stem #73 and lower in Raised Chain Version 1 #80.
I have worked on the cushion, too.
The Sailor stitches #56 are growing wildly.
Check out others' progress here.