Tuesday, November 25, 2014

The Smallest of Starts

I've made the smallest of starts on Cottage Garden Sampling's "November's Chrysanthemum". A turkey and a couple of leaves.

I usually see Downy Woodpeckers at the suet feeders.

It was a pleasant surprise to see one at a feeder in the backyard.

The bird was sheltered from the rain under the plastic feeder's dome. 

Note how he is clinging to the seed cylinder rather than the feeder's edge. 

I've never had more than one Downy at a time at any of my feeders.

And it has been over two years since I've seen a female Downy.

Come on buddy, next time bring your friends and family!


Vickie said...

I love the looks of it so far. :)

The Inspired Stitcher said...

What a cute turkey! Happy Thanksgiving.

Melissa said...

Ooooh, I like your new start. It's not too small as that turkey has lots of colours!

Heather said...

I love your new start! I love Downys! :-) I hope that you have a happy thanksgiving!

Frances said...

Such a cute little turkey! Beautiful colors!
And another pretty bird at the feeder to enjoy!

Barb said...

I really like the look of that start! We just have Downy Woodpeckers very rarely at our feeder.

Margaret said...

Ooooh, this one of the series has pretty colors! I think I'm going to like it! Love the little woodpecker too. A pretty one!

Melanie said...

I'm going to miss this series when you are done with it. They've all been so fabulous.