Sunday, December 28, 2014

Last Slow Sunday of 2014

It is the last Sunday of 2014. Can you believe it?!?
I have not done any quilting on my sampler quilt this past week, and it's not looking like it will be finished up this week. Christmas came and went like a whirlwind, and took all of my energy with it! Any spare time has been spent resting or reading.
I have done some hand applique this week while traveling and visiting. It is such a portable project. A few more blue blocks were completed for my pumpkin seed project.
I am looking forward to continuing to build this quilt in the new year.
I hope you can enjoy some relaxing stitching time today... the last Sunday of 2014. Link up your blog post below and share the project that you are ending the year working on.




23 comments:

  1. Beautiful blocks! Like you, mostly I have been resting. For some reason this Christmas wiped me out. :(
    Kristie

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  2. pretty pumpkin seeds :) Well like you not much slow stitching time during Christmas week either ! :)

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  3. Christmas really can fly by in a hurry. I'm sure there will be time and energy to finish your quilt in the new year. Until then, those pumpkin seeds look great!

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  4. Happy Slow Stitching!!! Does binding count, LOL!!!

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  5. beautiful blocks, I think I can find sometime today for some slow stiching

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  6. Your pumpkin seeds are very pretty. Enjoy your stitching!

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  7. It happens the same to me during Christmas. Your blocks are very nice. Thank you for this last 2014 party Kathy!

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  8. I'm so excited to get working on some new blocks to go with old ones . . . just the perfect activity for the last slow Sunday of the year! I hope you enjoy your day, too! Your pumpkin seed blocks are beautiful! :)

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  9. Your seed blocks are very tempting. I think I might set some up for my next "to go" project.

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  10. Those blues are going to make a fabulous pumpkin seed quilt.

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  11. So hard to believe that we're just 4 days away from 2015! :-o

    Love those blues you're working on now.

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  12. Your Pumpkin Seeds look great! Thank you for taking the time each week to remind us to slow down!

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  13. Happy to join you today. Your pumpkin seeds is a wonderful project to take it slow with.

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  14. No slow stitching for me today. We are having a birthday party for my daughter. Your pumpkin seeds look great. I had planned on doing some hand stitching during the holidays but no time so far. I will link my post about the gifts I made/gave this Christmas to SSS.

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  15. SUnday's are always a sewing day ....so appreciate your SUnday Linky even more! So glad to have found a BOM to keep my busy and also allow me something to share with you and all your creative followers!! Thanks!

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  16. I love your pumpkin seeds--this is going to be a great quilt! I have the paper pieces to make one, but haven't had a chance to get started yet--it's on my bucket list!

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  17. I love your wooly hexagons! What a great way to incorporate new stitches! I think that would be a great way to start the New Year. Jane

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  18. I didn't have any plans for stitching today, but then decided to do some, after all. I've made some lofty plans and have to get moving!!

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  19. Love the blue pumpkin seeds.:)

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  20. I spent my Christmas in bed with the flu, so it was more like a blur. Your pumpkins seeds are pretty in blue.

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  21. Nothing like waiting till the last Sunday of the year to participate! Happy New Year!

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  22. Hope you've recovered from the holiday hustle and bustle. One of my 2015 resolutions is to find some time to just sit and stitch.

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  23. You've become quite the applique pro with these little blocks!

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