Sunday, March 15, 2015

Slow Stitching Sunday.....

Kathy reminds us to slow down once a week and relax with our stitching. It will be a busy day at work and I am already looking forward to some slow stitching later this evening. I never know what I will be in the mood for which is why I have sooooooo many projects in process =).

I'd really like to get a little crochet work in since I am a bit behind on my crochet mystery. No stress allowed as all my video's and instructions are saved off! I am working on clue 4 and clue 6 will be released on Tuesday. Thank goodness clue #5 is a really easy one.

I also have my appliqué midget blocks that I could work on - I have a few prepped in their baggies and I'd like to have one ready for Tuesday's post. I have been hand stitching some yellow around the one's I have completed already.

Then... there is hand quilting on hugs and kisses which is crying in the corner because it has not been worked on in over a week. Poor thing.


What project will you be relaxing with today? Head on over to Kathy's Quilts and see what other slow stitching is going on in blogland today.

9 comments:

The Cozy Quilter said...

Sounds like the hand quilting wants to be today's project!

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

I had to laugh at your quilt crying :)

sophie said...

I like the yellow sashing on your sweet midget blocks--it's a very sunshiny addition.

Design Originals by KC said...

I am headed to the beach to get some of my binding in on this baby quilt I am working on today! Hope you get time to relax and slow stitch after work... love all the projects you showed... esp the happy yellow sashings on your midget blocks! Darling!!! Kathi

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

Love the yellow around each midget block and please please please give that hand quilting project some attention!

Quilter Kathy said...

Poor hugs and kisses crying in the corner... I think it should get priority attention!

CathieJ said...

I like the little midget blocks. The yellow makes them look so cheerful.

a good yarn said...

Thanks for reminding us that this is meant to be an enjoyable, stress-busting activity. I'm looking forward to getting the binding on my quilt - sitting and sewing down the binding is my favourite part of making a quilt.

Kathy ... aka Nana said...

So, what did you give your hand-work attention to yesterday? ;-)