February Furtling

As a lover of words, I was very happy to learn, last month, of a word that is not only new to me but rhymes with turtle…The word is ‘Furtle’ and ‘Furtling’ means ‘having a rummage, a delve, a look at the contents of something’ (Helen’s definition). So I have furtled around to see what I have been doing this month and now I’m going to furtle around the blogs of anyone else who links up over at Archie the Wonder Dog!

I have caught up with the TAST stitching (above) – this really is just doodling and learning some new stitches for fun.

I began knitting a baby cardigan but ran out of wool…

I made a quilt for the next Endeavourers Challenge. This is just a peek because the Reveal Day is not until May 1st and, although it seems ridiculously early to have it finished, I thought I’d just make it and, if I have a better idea nearer the time, I can make another one!

And, last but not least, I made a doll called Ellen. You can read her story in my post ‘Ellen and the Star Dog‘.

Lately, I have received several comments from noreply bloggers. If you have a blog and leave a comment on any of my posts, unless you are quite certain that your comment will link back to your blog, please leave a link to your blog with your comment so I can visit you.

Happy Furtling!

Janine @ Rainbow Hare

I am linking this blog with Helen at Archie the Wonder Dog for February’s Furtling.

Archie The Wonder Dog

10 thoughts on “February Furtling

  1. Sue Grout says:

    I just 💕💕💕 your TAST stitching!! So pretty and inspiring. Ellen is beautiful too so I’m just off to read more x

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  2. Hazel says:

    Your Ellen is marvelous and dressed for the snowy weather we’ve been having! Love her and will be heading over to read more. Isn’t this furtling stuff so fun?!

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  3. Carol DeLater says:

    Furtle. Where did you ever see that word? I would have been off to see Mr. Google if you hadn’t told me what it meant. I’m pretty sure I won’t remember to use it at the appropriate time, lol. Thanks for a peek at your Rain. I’m off to check out the Archie link.
    xx, Carol

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  4. Kay says:

    Love your little embroidery and the glimpse of the Endeavourers mini quilt. There is another definition of furtling which the Victorians were fond of -‘ derived from the Latin word FURTIVUS, meaning hidden. It refers to the long ago popular entertainment of manipulating your hand underneath a photo that had a small area cut out. This cut out was where the legs, breasts, or genitals would have been on the photo.’ They also put them on beer mats!

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  5. piecefulwendy says:

    Oh, now I’m really curious about your Endeavourers quilt! Mine is still knocking around in my head, but I have some fabric ordered :-) I was going to use my stash, but I had some inspiration and no fabric that fit. You have some fun projects in the works!

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