Yeah, it bothered me just a bit that I didn't get the picots to come out right although I think I like the frayed part better. I had enough thread on the shuttles to make another so I did. I said no more than 3 yards but each shuttle had about a foot over 3 yards and I used all of the white and all but about 12" of the red.
This one doesn't have beads either but it's a quick tat once you get through the picot daisy start. It's really easy and a good one for someone wanting to get started with the picot daisy technique. The rest is just "rings and chains".
I had to get up really early to get to work for some training and then after nearly 2 1/2 hours straight of talking, I thought I was going to go hoarse. Instead, within an hour of being back at the office, I had a lot of sore muscles. I'm not used to standing that long straight - and I was walking around about 70 chairs to get in front of the group periodically. Not the best set up for a presentation but at least we had plenty of room this time. My back was hurting too until I came home and finally put a few plants in the ground that I bought a week or so ago. Must have stretched my back in all the right places.
Here's your laugh for the day!
I really hope they threw the stick for that poor dog after all the entertainment he provided them.