Sunday, March 17, 2019

Slow Sunday Stitching


Happy St Patrick's Day! Since it falls on a Sunday this year, do you think we should probably do some hand stitching using some green thread or fabric or wool?!? 




This week I finished another little Gail Pan embroidery design, but can't find the photo on my computer so I will show you what I plan to be stitching today... a snowman. 

It won't be green!


Are you seeing any green where you live? Any signs of spring at all? Are you celebrating with the Irish today?
Link up your hand stitching project below and share what you are working on.

   
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15 comments:

Kim said...

No green here, except mountain after mountain. Your little snowman is cute. Have a fun day stitching.

The Cozy Quilter said...

Your next stitchery is the wrong theme...I hope he does not encourage more snow to fall! Our witch hazel bush is blooming...a sure sign Spring will soon be here.

Sarah said...

Your snowman is very cute! Lots of green here in Portugal and lots of blossom on the trees too!

Design Originals by KC said...

Enjoy stitching that cute snowman! My pup won't let me stitch yet but it will be happening soon I am hoping to wear her out with playtime so she will leave me to stitch and sort by hand today :D Kathi

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

No green here (I wish). Most of my hand stitching is done Monday thru Friday, while I'm at work (lucky to get to hand stitch and get paid at the same time). Weekends are for getting machine stuff done now.

Birthe Marie said...

Cute little snowman! Happy stitching! :-)

Carole @ From My Carolina Home said...

I am ready for spring. But, working on all those snowmen has to be done year round if you want them done. Just whisper in his ear to keep the snow to himself, LOL!

Deb A said...

Happy St. Paddy's Day! I have been stitching some green hexagons this morning! Enjoy your stitching today and thank you for hosting this wonderful link up each Sunday.

Deb said...

Cute little snowman to stitch, Lot's of green here inside choosing fabric for another greenman piece and outside, well living in Florida it's always green.

Karrin Hurd said...

We have a lot of green here in Northern California after all the rain we have had. In fact, the moss on my brick patio is growing weeds I need to address, my flower gardens need weeding. Not complaining about the rain we so drastically needed! Love your snowman!

Chopin - A Passionate Quilter said...

Our trees are blooming although slower on the hill this year. It really makes me feel better looking at those green leaves rather than the dead trees without leaves! We are all ready for Green!

Carla A Few Of My Favorite Things said...

I appliqued with green thread but went out for Mexican food, however I drank a green marquarita. Yum!

CathieJ said...

My daffodils and hyacinths are up about 4 inches so I hope to see some flowers, at least on the hyacinths in the next few weeks. It will be quite a while before anything else is green here on Long Island.

Kate said...

The only green in my sewing room wasn't hand stitching, it was my green Wild and Goosey blocks. Hope you made good progress on your snowman.

Quayquilter said...

Saw the super moon over the coast and sea of Madeira last night. At home(Canterbury the birds are singing away, daffodils are in full bloom and now the forsythia bush is out too but cold temperatures. I am slow stitching EPP quilt of the crosses all week here.