I'm joining in Kathy's Quilts Slow Sunday Stitching again. I really look forward to this weekly linky party
I meant to last Sunday but my washer difficulties got me down and I couldn't seem to do it.
I got my Hands2Help donations mailed out this week, so I have been happily working on my other projects this week.
I found myself without applique prepped again, so I am determined to finish this last nursery rhyme block I am giving to my dear sister-in-law to put together for her first granddaughter. I have made a plan for myself to work on it at least 1 hour in the evenings. I'm about half done. It is Yankie Doodle. I never knew there was a nursery rhyme, I remember the song. This is sort of a violent block with this guy shooting this other guy and blowing his wig off.
The other project I am slow stitching is my Sweet Land of Liberty project designed by Cheri Payne. Last year Lori of Humble Quilts had a sew along. I found out about it when they were finishing up. Lori is repeating it this year on Facebook and I am determined to finish it this time. This month's assignment was to do the vines, birds, basket, hand and lettering for "Sweet Land of Liberty" and "America". I decided to do these appliques with wool, so I have been stitching everything down. I need to stitch my berries and things down before I do the lettering.
I loved this spotty wool I used for my birds.
Thanks again goes to Kathy of Kathy's Quilts for this link-up and I look forward to seeing what everyone has been up to!
Thanks for stopping by! Karrin