You were an enjoyable stitch. An easy chart, nice linen, single thread, small but sweet quick stitch. The finish will be a small pillow with hanger but haven't decided on the back. Simple? Envelope? Maybe sew all four sides and slit the back open, covering with a pocket or hand sewn heart.
Whichever, this uncut corduroy fabric I bought a few years ago has been the perfect back for several projects. It's not brown, it's not green, it's just ..... I can't describe it. It worked for Robina's Sea Glass linen and also this Copper Penny, neither looked good with any browns or dark greens.
The rusty red check would look good on this dark back but until I know if I will use it, the finish won't be finished.
If you're looking for a small and easy sampler, check Needle Work Press Minerva & Friends' projects. I used the wrong linen and wrong colors on them and they are very adaptable to these changes.
A little cat update. The pretty gray cat with tight collar that keeps coming around for a rumble, must be someone's pet. He is never here during the day and only shows once it's dark, leading me to believe he has a home. Seems much more approachable than the other strays we've had. My brother started caring for another that showed up. Small medium length white fluffy hair, gray mask and gray tail. It only took two days for her to start running to him when he fed her. His one cat is a very territorial female and becomes vicious with visitors. Our shelter finally has room for felines and said white cats go quickly so she was taken to a spay clinic and will be up for adoption next week. She was so sweet and affectionate to everyone. I wish all these strays and suffering kittens could have the same future.
Have a good hump day - I miss that commercial.
Thanks for visiting.