It wasn't much of a stitching week. It was either rainy and perfect napping weather or sunny and let's get outside weather. There wasn't much in between. I did get one more grid square done on the lawn. That's a goose butt right there. The rest will follow.
The Village Quaker is making more sense to me now that I have it straightened out. I got the top left corner finished this week.
There is one less block to hand quilt on the squares quilt. I'll be rounding another corner in the near future but there is still on long, very long side to go. I don't want to think about all the borders that will need to be done. One thing at a time.
I love the style of the Village Quaker. That is really going to be a pretty one.ReplyDelete
With your quilt it's kind of like, "How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time." Just think about the part that you're working on and it will be done in no time. :-)ReplyDelete
I actually laughed out loud at the goose butt. Ha! And I like the delicate stitching in Village Quaker. So pretty.
It was 39 for the high today. BRRR. All of that wind issued in a cold front. Tomorrow is supposed to be a bit better and 60 one day this week. That will be nice.
Blessings and hugs,
I'd say you made some nice progress. Slow and steady wins the race...but we all know this is not a race and it is all about enjoying what we do. Your projects are all so pretty.ReplyDelete
I think you need to channel Dory when you're hand quilting... Just keep stitching, just keep stitching!ReplyDelete
Looks to me like you did a lot of stitching, especially since you’re working on different projects. Good job! (❤️ the goose butt 😉)ReplyDelete
That detailed stitching looks like it takes a lot of concentration. I hope I can make things like that when I retire.ReplyDelete
Looks like a good amount of stitching to me! It's really shaping up very prettily. The hand quilting is amazing!ReplyDelete