Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Progress


Most of the excess has been removed.  Now I have begun to organize...


I assembled two of the cube units for the cutting table...  Jason will come on the weekend to help with the ironing station and to cut the board for the cutting station.


One of the bookcases fit on that wall and the other one will go into the closet...


The design wall is in place...  Lots of room for even a large quilt...


The piecing table is still in the same place...


Now to get a quilt ready for the quilter...

Sunday, August 11, 2019

New Beginnings


Still clearing out the Studio.  At least you can see the floor again.



Tomorrow I will spend another hour working toward the goal of a lovely space in which to sew.



I do have a plan just not sure it will work.



Hopefully next weekend Jason will be able to assist with the cutting table and ironing station..



Saturday, August 10, 2019

Update

Spring has come and gone but here are a couple of reminders of how lovely it was.

Jean and Bill brought this lily to me several years ago and once again this year it bloomed.


This is the last lonely amaryllis to bloom,  They are along one side of the house and were lovely this year.



One outfit for Rebekah was finished.  Three more were put to one side till next year since this one is too big.


Pink sweater for those chilly mornings.

That was such fun that we made another one.



The guild is doing a block of the week during the summer using a Christmas pattern I found online.



Block two was finished.


Progress was being made on the Guild BOM.  This one I hope to finish for Jason.



A small bag was made for Helen.  Too small in fact for its intended purpose so another one will need to be made.



A soft hat was completed for Marilyn to wear in the sun while working in her garden.



Pink Flamingo quilt was finished for Alice.


And then this one done for Phyllis.


Now we are up to date on projects.


Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Baby Steps

For several weeks now Wade Hamilton (in the right) has enjoyed having a friend,
Sophie, stay over while her mother has surgery...

They are always with me in the kitchen.  I might just drop something...


I finished sweater #2.  This one is for Xavier....  Now to get them mailed tomorrow..


At night I have been enjoying stitching my Cathedral Window.  I have nine blocks complete.  This is four single blocks.


This is four other blocks that I am beginning to assemble.  The plan is to assemble them in sections of four blocks and then assemble the sections together....



Thursday, March 14, 2019

Juggling



This is me on most days..  So many things that MUST be done and so many things I want to do...

The list today is to bake chicken
Get desk drawers from the attic
Cut out quilt for Alice
Bless the kitchen

What to do first...…..

Thursday, March 07, 2019

Accountibility


In an effort to make better use of my time, I plan to become a better blogger...

Last week I could find no prepped handwork to carry with me to the guild for stitch and chat...

I searched for the containers of Cathedral Window that I started years ago....

I have now cut the fabric for two rows of eight blocks and I am in the process of doing the machine stitch part.  Four blocks are folded and assembled waiting for the decorative fabric.  One more block is ready to be folded...


Xavier's sweater has been languishing on the table for two weeks now...….  Just needs sewing together.  Can you tell that I don't enjoy that part as much as I enjoy knitting....

 


My neighbor had surgery last week and I am taking care of her dog. Sophie...  She and Wade Hamilton are now my shadows.  Especially when I am trying to cook...


Today I really need to do some laundry....  Time will tell...

Monday, February 25, 2019

A Finish or Two



Wade is wearing his Valentine shirt.  The matching leash will be finished shortly....  We are walking at two o'clock and he wants to look spiffy....


Eamon's sweater is complete and ready to mail.....  Today I will finish Xaviers sweater and perhaps mail both of them on Tuesday...  Time will tell...



I have discovered Fabric Café and their three yard quilts...

I cut and marked one yesterday with a stop watch...  It took 33 minutes to press and cut the fabric...

I marked the HST in 29 minutes....  Today will tell the time on the rest of the quilt...……


For more inspiration check out Design Wall Monday at Small Quilts and Doll Quilts  HERE ...

Friday, February 15, 2019

What a Lovely Surprise

My precious grand children came by last night with Hugs and Kisses and Candy and Flowers...

I am so blessed to have them...…...


Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Two Finishes in One Week...

The sweater is such a lovely red and this picture does not show how rich it is.....

Perhaps I can get these sweaters in the mail before she outgrows them...


Saturday, January 12, 2019

A Finish at Last...

Something to mark off the list at last.

Now to get it in the mail and on its way to Reba....


The Thread and I

Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do, Do it with thy might.

Ecclesiastes 9:10