It’s time for my Hand Quilt A Long update. I have been working on my Grandmother’s Flower Garden and have made quite a bit of progress.
It no longer fits on the table and also keeps me warm in the evenings as I work on it.
The purple one in the upper left corner is the overlap flower in this picture.
There are also some overlap flowers in this photo. All in all, I’m very happy how this is progressing. I have to prepare some more of the green hexis as I’ve run out.
Here is my latest flower. I am enjoying this SOOO much. The bee fabric was used for dresses I made my older daughters when they were 3 and almost 1. They are 24 and 22 now. I still have them in a box in the attic. I hope to have some grand daughters one day that will also wear those dresses. The flower fabric was used for a pair of pillow cases I made for my mom no too long ago, it’s one of my most recent scraps.
Isn’t it so sweet?
This Hand Quilt Along is an opportunity for hand quilters and piecers to share and motivate one another. We post every three weeks, to show our progress and encourage one another. If you have a hand quilting project and would like to join our group contact Kathy at the link below.
I’m also sharing over at Kathy’s Quilts for Slow Stitching Sunday. This is all hand stitched and I am planning on hand embroidering and hand quilting it. I work on this in the evening after dinner and clean up. My husband and I sit on the couch and watch one of our shows, right now we are enjoying Alone on Prime, but you can watch it on Hulu or somewhere else. We are only on season 2 and love it! I find that ending my day with some hand stitching really relaxes me.
This time I’m also sharing with Tales from Chiconia for Scrap Happy Day. We share things on the 15th of every month that are made from scraps. This project really hits the mark!
Off I go, today I’m building 5 bookshelves and I’m excited to be organizing all my craft and cooking books. The craft books are in cabinets in my studio and freeing up those is going to enable me to organize the studio better! I LOVE organizing – not as much as stitching, but it comes in at a close second.