Sunday, December 23, 2018

A Pear Tree -- Slow Sunday Stitching

Here I am stitching this cute pear tree in class.  My saying "This is proof I have the patience to stab something 1,000 times," is just a little to dark for me.  LOL.  I'm giving it more happiness and personality with some trees and flowers and such.  William Shakespeare in class is watching my poetic stitches...

I'm loving the inspiration of this color combination.  I see a scrap quilt in these colors some day...  Someday is the key word.  My motto for 2019 is FINISH WHAT YOU STARTED.  I am interested in some stitch or quilt alongs.  I'll be watching and participating in a few of those this year.

I'm linking up with Kathy for Slow Sunday Stitching.

Slow Sunday Stitching


  1. Nice to see Bill helping out with your stitching. Merry Christmas!

  2. I like those colors too. That saying is a bit dark, LOL!

  3. I love that saying, but agree it's a bit dark. Since stabbings were part of almost half of Will's plays, I bet he is really interested in your work there. lol

  4. Finish what you started? Past tense? As in, bring on the UFOs!!! Love it! (Well, that is, IF it is the correct interpretation.) LOL

  5. I like the saying on that piece! I have a dozen or so lined up to finish, or at least push toward finishing. Some will be done, at least. There will always be more. =)

  6. You are always stitching something interesting that makes me smile :)
    Merry Christmas!