Sunday, October 07, 2018

Slow Sunday Stitching

Welcome to the weekly link up for hand stitching enthusiasts! Tomorrow is Thanksgiving here in Canada and I am thankful for so many things, including this international community of enthusiastic and talented hand stitchers! 

Whether you post your projects in the link ups, or you encourage others in their long term, slow stitching endeavours, or you are stitching along quietly on your own hand stitching projects making your corner of the world calmer and more beautiful, we are thankful for YOU!



Today I am slowing stitching away on another one of Gail Pan's embroidery designs. This week I am stitching a sweet owl design using a size 10 Jeana Kimball Foxglove Cottage Embroidery needle... it's my favourite needle for embroidery with a sharp point and an "easy to thread" eye when you are using thicker threads or floss. This owl is almost finished, and I just have the stars, tree branch, and leaves/flowers to finish today. I will do so while I ponder my thankfulness for each one of YOU! And then I will kick into high gear and cook a Thanksgiving dinner!

If you haven't yet entered the draw to win spools of Aurifil thread, click here to go to the "Save the Bees" hexie block pattern and draw. Good luck everyone... the winning name will be drawn tonight!

Link up your blogpost below and tell us what you are hand stitching today.

   
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19 comments:

  1. Your little owl is very sweet. Thank you for taking the time to do this link up. Hope you enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving tomorrow.

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  2. Your owl is so cute! Thank you for letting us link up to your blog. Wishing you a lovely Thanksgiving! :-)

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  3. Love your owl... shared you blog info for the Sunday link up in my hand quilting facebook group as well as linking in my Sunday blog post too <3 I love your linky party here... Thanks for the info on your giveaway... I am part of Jacquelynne's group but haven't started my Bee yet. I love your info on that blog post though and will be using it for sure when I start my own project :D Have a blessed Thanksgiving tomorrow and I hope amid all the hurriedness you have time to enjoy your family and friends too <3 Kathi

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  4. Happy Thanksgiving! That owl is really cute.

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  5. There sure is always something to be thankful for and I am thankful you do this link up every Sunday. I love to come and check out all the wonderful projects. I have to get back to hand sewing. Can you believe I haven't done one hand stitch all summer?!! Yikes!! Love the new picture in your header and the owl is soooo cute. ;^)

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  6. Id forgotten what a pretty colourway your blockhead blocks are! Yes, get cracking on those too, Kathy, LOL. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  7. Happy Thanksgiving! I look forward every Sunday to this linkup. I enjoy looking at everyone's projects and seeing the progress both from them and from you. I find this so inspiring. Your owl is completely adorable!

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  8. I am thankful for all the quilters who continue to blog, offering inspiration and friendship, especially those who aren't always trying to sell us something. Enjoy your Thanksgiving celebration.
    Pat

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  9. Enjoy your Thanksgiving!!! (I love the stitching in your header picture....cute!!)

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  10. Have a warm and wonderful Thanksgiving, and enjoy your slow stitching.

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  11. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving here in New Zealand but of course we still have plenty to be thankful for. Beautiful country, with summer almost here, and Christmas just around the corner!

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  12. Happy Thanksgiving. I knew yours was a different time than ours, but somehow didn't realize it was this soon. Trying to catch up with blog visits after being gone a couple of weeks. Hope you've got a good day planned for your Thanksgiving.

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  13. Happy Thanksgiving to you! Enjoy your day! Your little owl is really cute. I'm interested in trying that needle; I seem to struggle with finding just the right needle. I'll do a search for that one!

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  14. Happy Thanksgiving to you and other Canadian bloggers. Thanks for the embroidery needle tip....uh no pun intended. ;-)

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  15. Have a very Happy Thanksgiving! Hope you got in lots of slow stitching today.

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  16. Haven't heard of that needle, I'll have to find them and try

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  17. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours, Kathy! Thanks for being such a great enthusiast for all things needle and thread.

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  18. Did you cook a big Thanksgiving dinner?

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