Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Wings

Another canary owner's manual illustration: the broken wing.

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My boys are still moulting, and I'm still knitting. After a short yarn-obsession lapse, I'm back baby. Oh yeah.

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It's almost done. Still a secret. Love the yarn, my new favourite. (at least, my favourite non Handmaiden yarn).

I've been on a quilting kick as well. Harvest time, harvest quilt(s).
Warm colours
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Cool colours
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As well as my pretty wall hanging:
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Just being a quick update - I must be off to craft!

4 comments:

My Little Corner said...

I didn't know you could fix a broken wing like that - good luck tying it on to them though!
Yours are moulting? Interesting. Mine hasn't - of course he's all gibbled and all - he just lost one tail feather. Are yours feeling sick from moulting... poor things, always a messy time isn't it?

CanarySanctuary said...

Oh yes, feathers everywhere. But they're cute little feathers! I love when they only have one tail feather - on none at all! It looks so funny. They stop singing during the moult, so it's nice and quiet around here. Then when they start singing again, they incorporate new sounds into their songs.

My Little Corner said...

Yes, I like the little curved feathers that fall off. And although I truly love their singing, sometimes it can be a bit loud! Especially with more than one! I miss that sound though - my bird hasn't sung since he had his 'stroke'.... time to show us some more canary photos!

Ilix said...

Wow! That harvest quilt is going to look fabulous! I love the pumpkin fabric!
Hope your canaries are doing well.