We are in full summer mode here, with long sultry evenings and lots of time for stitching in full light.
My friend Barb and I took a road trip to Trout Creek to visit our friend Deanna and Barb's sister Louise. Slow stitching will be on the agenda today for sure. Here is a photo of Deanna last evening working on some hand stitched hexies.
These are Barb's hands trying to figure out how to use this cute little bird shaped needle threader. She seemed to like it and got it working well.
I was finishing up a mini quilt that I just started yesterday. I was supposed to be working on my Scrap Dance quilt but got distracted by the scraps and found myself making a mini quilt (more about that later in the week).
Here's a typical label that I make, just a square folded in half, tucked in the bottom corner on the back of the quilt, stitched across the diagonal edge and then the binding is stitched down on top of the label.
Today we will be in Deanna's gazebo working on our hand stitching projects and I'll finish up this miniature quilt. I'll show more about our Slow Sunday Stitching next Sunday.
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