Sunday, August 26, 2018

Slow Sunday Stitching -- Back to School Edition!

School is back in session.  I get my stitching time a little more often.  I finished a lot of the center rose of my pre-printed cross stitch pillow sham project.  Here it is on my steering wheel again:


It's really starting to come to life.  I got a lot of the dark green done as well.  Whoop, whoop.

Some of the EPP hexagons made it into a little row and more were basted.


I also posted earlier this week the progress on this star that I did for my Ohio quilt.  (I haven't shared much about the quilt yet...)  It's a surprise.



Linking up at Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching.
 
Slow Sunday Stitching

8 comments:

  1. Oh I love your pillow sham it really is coming together!

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  2. The sham is looking so lovely, the colors are great!

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  3. Your pillow sham is really coming along nicely, I love how colorful and bright it is. The Star block has a wonderful scrappy appearance to it.

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  4. I love the stitching on your pillow sham! It looks so pretty! What are you doing with your hexagons? I'm making some for a grandmother's garden quilt.

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    1. I am making a small table topper with these. I'm also using EPP to make some flowers for a quilt that calls for applique. It's my first try with EPP like this.

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  5. Love the pillow sham! I like the vintage look.

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  6. I love the cross stitch projects you have been doing lately, so pretty.

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  7. Your cross-stitch is very pretty. I like those hexies. It is great to see them on the cutting board as it gives a better idea of their size.

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