Sunday, October 20, 2019

Slow Sunday Stitching

Welcome to the weekly hand stitching party!
Make yourself a cup of tea or coffee or pumpkin spice latte to enjoy while visiting the blog links of stitchers around the world. It's so inspiring to see what other people are creating with their own two hands.

This is the Gail Pan embroidery block I am still working on. I haven't made any progress on this little 3" block since guild meeting earlier in the month, and all it needs are the lazy daisy flowers under the house to be stitched.
Also I'm determined to finish up the hand quilting on my Friendship Album. I really wanted this quilt to be finished in the summer, but the fall season has arrived and the stitching continues. It's cold enough to get out my oldest UFO for hand quilting, and I must get the little quilt finished so I can tackle the big one once again!

What are you hand stitching today? Share your progress (or lack thereof) and link up your instagram photo or blog post below.
Happy Slow Stitching Sunday!



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11 comments:

Sarah said...

That little embroidery is very cute and I quite like the verigated thread. The temperature has dropped in the uk today and it's quite chilly so a good day to have a quilt draped over the lap to hand quilt!

Design Originals by KC said...

I love your embroidery and the new header is FABULOUS!!!! Thanks for the linky :)
Kathi

LIttle Penguin Quilts said...

I love Gail Pan's designs - that one is so sweet! Enjoy your stitching today, no matter which one you choose to work on!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

even though I had too much trouble to link up to the blog while I was traveling I joined you all in spirit - all I had with me were hand stitching projects and I was working on them! now back home I am back to quilting.

Karrin Hurd said...

That variegated thread in your stitchery is cute. I love variegated threads. Love your new header!

Miaismine said...

Your idea of varigated thread on this little home scene is so pretty! The designs you chose to make seem to speak gentleness and love. Thank you for hosting and sharing!

Little Penpen said...

These chilly mornings and evenings are perfect for hand quilting.

Unknown said...

Nice

Unknown said...

Nice day in Madison,Wi (62°) but it's supposed to snow on Thursday! Newly retired and thank you for getting me into my "winter mode!"

Cheryl said...

Very cute embroidery!

KC said...

Thank you for your slow Sunday blog. It has inspired me too set up my on hand embroidery to start this Sunday. I just love this idea.
Kathryn