Saturday, July 25, 2015

Scrappy Saturday


Today I am hand appliqueing a few red pumpkin seed blocks. It's a hot summer day, so it's perfect for sitting in the shade and enjoying some stitching.
Hop over to SoScrappy to see what other red scraps are being sewn.


It's also a perfect day to enjoy some fresh summer fruits!

14 comments:

  1. Such a pretty post - your breakfast is very inviting!

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  2. I need to make a melon quilt - love watching your progress. My family thinks I'm nuts using toaster waffles just like this - fruit piled on yogurt of whip cream - yummo!

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  3. Have fun stitching. Enjoy the waffle. It looks delicious.

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  4. I hope you enjoyed some peaceful stitching in the shade with your pretty RED Pumpkin Seed block!!

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  5. I did some cross stitching in the gazebo. It is a perfect day for stitching in the shade. Yummy waffle too!

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  6. I find it interesting how many different ways there are to prep the appliqué. Some people have them all turned before putting them onto the background, I tend to draw the line like you and just turn as you go. That waffle looks yummy.

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  7. The red orange peel on the dotty background is really cute. Looks like just the right happy block for a hot and sunny summer day.

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  8. AND--I slept on my deck-LOL we had such a lovely cool breeze and I just couldn't keep my eyes open...catching up on zzzzz's here..hugs, Julierose--

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  9. I like how you have some of your fruit colors matching your sewing project :)

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  10. oh great now I want oranges and strawberries
    LeeAnna

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  11. I must learn how to applique, yours looks good. Fruit is mouthwatering, last night my neighbour bought me a big bowl of gooseberries from his garden so will be having some of those today

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  12. Hope you enjoyed the day! It was a scorcher for sure. Yummy dessert, yummy little pumpkin seed.

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  13. Such a nice post. Desert looks yummy!

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