Springtime at our house means extra guests but not the kind you immediately think of. I’m talking about the kind with wings and beaks. Yep, Robins. Every year at this time nests begin appearing on the floor joists of our deck above our patio. And every year we watch each family grow and eventually fly away. We were excited to catch this experience last week. Even the dog kept an eye on the nest from above.
The other robin that I’m partial to is called a Round Robin. The definition found on whatis.com is: A round robin is an arrangement of choosing all elements in a group equally in some rational order, usually from the top to the bottom of a list and then starting again at the top of the list and so on. A simple way to think of round robin is that it is about “taking turns.”
One of my favorite FlossTube videos on YouTube this week comes from Deb and Liz, Country Stitchers.
They have come up with a brilliant idea to start a Round Robin this summer. You and 3 other stitchers will be taking turns stitching either a quaker or primitive motif, along with your initials, and then sending on to the next person on the list. Once completed, each person in the group will have a uniquely finished work of art as well as 3 new stitching friends!
For complete information click here to watch their FlossTube video.
Registration begins June 8th and I can’t wait! Who knows, maybe I’ll see YOU in my group!
Until next time, keep that needle moving!