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:

Edith said...

Such a pretty post - your breakfast is very inviting!

KaHolly said...

Enjoy!

Vroomans' Quilts said...

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!

Karen said...

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

The Joyful Quilter said...

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

The Cozy Quilter said...

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

Deb A said...

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.

scraphappy said...

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.

Julierose said...

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--

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

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

LA Paylor said...

oh great now I want oranges and strawberries
LeeAnna

margaret said...

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

Nell's Quilts said...

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

Sheila said...

Such a nice post. Desert looks yummy!