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Friday, February 19, 2021

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 Hi friends!  It has warmed up just a little bit here. We are now into the twenties F. HOORAY!

💗🍓Chenille Strawberries🍓💗

I have been playing with vintage PINK chenille in between stitching. FYI: A strawberry this size, sewn but not yet stuffed, can be turned upside down and used as a lovely party hat on your Himalayan cat. You must have an agreeable Himalayan for picture taking however. 😕

The overcast morning light does not show this lovely vintage chenille in it's true gorgeous watermelon color❣️ LOVE it❣️
More to come in different styles❣️

Are you familiar with Hedy Lamarr? Did you know she is credited as being the original inventor of WiFi? Did you know at the beginning of World War II Lamarr co-created a "spread-spectrum radio" with George Antheil? They developed a radio guidance system using frequency-hopping spread spectrum technology for Allied torpedoes, intended to defeat the threat of jamming by the Axis powers. But of course Hedy Lamarr was an actress and a film producer. She appeared in 30 films over a 28-year career. This was a fascinating book. I highly recommend it!

Thank you for stopping by to say Hi! my friends! I appreciate your friendship. I hope you are doing well and keeping safe. God bless you.

“Serve the LORD with gladness! Come into His presence with singing!” Psalm 100:2

Stitching and praying,

Vickie





17 comments:

MartinaM said...

I like your strawberries, you have a talent for such pretty little things.
It was really mild for us the last two days, we also had sunshine, that brings the mood back.
Enjoy your weekend, Martina

butterfly said...

Love your Strawberries ,you have a real talent Vickie.
It's mild here too,but with that we gets lots of rain .
But hoping a dry Spring .
Enjoy your day.

Manuela said...

I like you strawberries. They look very yummy.
Have a nice weekend. Manuela

Marilyn said...

These are so pretty, great idea.
Marilyn

Mary said...

The strawberry color is luscious!! I bet that wasn't the easies fabric to work with either! Very cute! I bet you would have been thrilled to see that float in person!! How creative is that!!

Robin in Virginia said...

Your strawberries are adorable, Vickie. Has Callie claimed them as cat toys? Have a wonderful weekend!

Jackie's Stitches said...

Your strawberries are beyond adorable!

Donna G. said...

Cute strawberries. Just a few days ago, I tried putting a tiny (cat-head size) knitted cap on our 1 yr old tabby...it didn’t stay on long. 😂

Ele said...

How interesting about Hedy Lamarr. Your strawberries look so pretty!
have a lovely weekend, take care

Purple Pixie Dust said...

Love your strawberries. Callie dose not look very happy. hugs

Barb said...

Oh my gosh, the strawberries are so cute!!

Carol said...

I'm certainly enjoying seeing all of your chenille strawberries both here and on IG, Vickie. Really perfect colors and the texture gives them an extra little something, don't you think?

It was 2° here this morning when I got up--sure don't like this weather. And today we had to actually go outside to do our "senior hour" shopping at Trader Joe's :) Luckily, there were very few folks there with this cold weather! Enjoy your day ♥

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

Poor Cally! The strawberries are lovely though.
20 degrees C is a nice warm Temperature, not sure about F though!
I do enjoy a good biography, it's always interesting to read about people's lives.

diamondc said...

Vickie: I love the Poodle golf cart what a hoot.
I do believe I have heard that about Hedy LaMarr, it is amazing what we do not know about the past history, sad it is not being taught in schools.
Positively adorable Chenille strawberries.
Giggle on the cat comment.
Have a wonderful day

Catherine

Astrids dragon said...

Those strawberries look wonderful, the colours are great.
Well, obviously Callie hasn't been to enough parties to appreciate a good hat!

Faith... said...

I do hope your temps keep climbing so you guys will be warm! That chenille is a very pretty shade of pink and I hope you find a willing cat to be your model soon. I do love that big pink dog!!

Mary - Lecoeurceltique said...

Your pink chenille strawberries look good.
It's so cheerful to have brighter, warmer weather.