Sunday, June 12, 2016

Slow Sunday Stitching


We've had the most cold, windy, rainy weather the last few days.  It makes some of us just want to curl up and nap.  Yes, I pushed her over a few times and napped myself.


All the energy I could muster Saturday was some light housework and getting caught up on the Circa 2016 blocks.



So today I will slow down a little more and join Kathy and others.  I have some laundry to tackle, but I am just going to put on an old movie and stitch the day away with these flowers.

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

13 comments:

  1. Sew...did you decide you prefer to baste all the hexies first and then sew them together or baste as you stitch around the rosette? Enjoy your day!

    Yesterday was the third scorching Saturday in a row and now we are back to cool and breezy for the week ending with another scorcher Saturday. Hope it's not like this all summer!

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  2. SOunds like the perfect Sunday! Enjoy your Hexi's!

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  3. I probably shouldn't, but I think I will just stick to hexies today too. Happy stitching!

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  4. That sounds like a great way to spend the day. Enjoy stitching your pretty flowers.

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  5. Perfect Plan. Here too it's cold, overcast and windy. Perfect hexi weather with a few naps. ;^)

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  6. I did the same thing on Friday... got caught up with Circa blocks and am hand stitching today. Those little baskets were fun to sew, eh?

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  7. That sounds so wonderful, old movie, curled up cats and slow stitching.

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  8. I think we are having the same weather here! Your blocks and hexies are sweet and will no doubt warm you up!

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  9. Hi Sharon sounds like the perfect Sunday,love those hexies :)

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  10. I hope you enjoyed the movie. I love your hexies.

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  11. So much of the country is under such a heat wave. Guess we are both the exception.

    Enjoy your slow stitching.

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  12. I could do with some cold, wet weather. Highs today are forecast to be 98F. Glad you got a chance to catch your breath last weekend. Those slow weekends are great for recharging your batteries.

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