Sunday, February 24, 2019

Slow Sunday Stitching

This week I didn't get as much hand stitching done as I'd like, but I did continue to work on my Linen And Threads Mystery Sampler that I found on Facebook.  I'm getting to the point where I'll have all the boundaries marked and I won't have to count anything for a while.  I'll just have to go back and make the other stitches and x's.  I'm learning as I go and enjoying the process.

On this day I was working on my project while subbing in Spanish class.  See all the pinatas in the background?  Fun, Fun.  (By the way, I only speak a few words in Spanish--most of them from Dora.)

I'm also showing off a Slow Sunday Stitching project that I finished this week.  You can read more details here.  It was the embroidery bear crib quilt that I started at the end of last winter.  I'm glad it's a happy little finish.  It will make a little baby happy.

I'm linking up with Kathy at Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching.  Come check out the fun.
Slow Sunday Stitching


Quilter Kathy said...

Such a fun stitchalong... I clicked on the facebook link and was able to see so many lovely versions of the peacock stitching.
Your bear quilt is gorgeous... congrats on the finish! Enjoy your hand stitching today and thanks for linking up!

Deb A said...

Very pretty baby bear! You are doing great on your new stitchery. So fun once you get past all the counting and thinking part =)

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