I will be joining Kathy and others today with some slow stitching. I have become quite fond of taking a day (or more) to just enjoy that needle and thread in hand. Still not a fan of hand quilting, but you never know what may become a journey.
I am re-doing the star on my Yankee Diary block. I had originally used the facing method, but didn't like how it looked. So I took it apart and now have half of it done needle turn. This should work up quickly - as long as I can keep a fat furkid off it.
Then there is the last rossette that needs it's last round. I know how I am going to finish this one off, but it will wait it's turn as the Grandmother's Baskets is ahead of the line.
And I have been moving furniture and cleaning rooms to finally set up that quilting frame - because this is on it's way here.
Not a bells and whistle machine, but it will fit my frame without updates and suit my needs for quilting. I joined a TL group as well as a couple of my guild members have Tin Lizzies.
The sun is suppose to shine and we will get into the 50's - there will definitely be a walk today, too.