Sunday, November 20, 2016

Slow Sunday Stitching


I will be joining KATHY today for some slow stitching.  A need for a rest from a trying week.  This is the Gail Pan block for the Splendid Sampler.  I plan to make this a mini quilt on it's own.  I have little stitch work to do as I plan to work some of the areas in buttons, beads, fabric and fun stuff.

I have a commission piece that needs a lot of hand prep work and as long as kitties nap the day away - I will tackle that as well. (working velvet and I want NO kitty furs)


It's a GOOD day to stay inside and enjoy handwork.  The 'big' storm predicted over the next few days has rolled in this morning.

Today I am Thankful for times to relax, reflect, find peace within,

Sewingly Yours,
Sharon  
  

14 comments:

  1. Enjoy the slow stitching and relaxing in your winter wonderland. I miss looking out the window and feeling like I was in a snow globe.

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  2. Your photo could be my front yard...winter has come. It's a perfect quilting/sewing day. Hope next week is less trying...although with the holidays coming that might nit be the case.

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  3. What better way to wait out the storm. Winter is here and buried in a sewing room sounds great!

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  4. Rest, relax and enjoy the scene.

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  5. I hope you're cozy and warm, as usual I find that snow picture gorgeous.

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  6. Snow? Oh, no! I feel like saying, "All ready?", but it is almost Dec., afterall. Stay warm and safe! Happy slow stitching! XO

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  7. The snow looks pretty to me, but that's because it's at your house...giggle. I'm cold here in the 50s, but the day is gorgeous.

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  8. Enjoy your stitching. I love when there is snow outside and inside there is a quilt to work on.

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  9. Yeah, our snow started last night and is still falling. (Oddly enough, it was in the high 60s on Friday...)
    An excellent day to stay indoors and play with fabric!

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  10. Such a pretty snow picture. We had a pretty slowly falling storm most of the day. We were expecting 3-5" which eventually showed up overnight. There were lots of MVAs yesterday - luckily we only had to go out to one of them (the first in the county!). I was safely ensconced with my own sleepy pussycats for the rest of the day!!

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  11. The Gail Pan embroidery will stand nicely on its own. The scenery outside is lovely, but too cold for my taste. Stay warm!

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  12. Happy Blogaversary! I am late to the party, but, you know your blog is one of my favs! That snow looks so good to me! I can't wait to get snowed in at the Quilt Cave!

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  13. I hope the coming winter isn't too hard on you folks further out from the cities.

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  14. Oh wow, you did get some snow. Hope you got in lots of slow stitching.

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