Time to check in again for Slow Sunday Stitching at Kathy's Quilts.
Tonight I watched an inspiring program called One World Together At Home, paying tribute to the healthcare workers, those that are staying open to provide us with food, mail etc. There were artists from all over the world singing, doctors and nurses providing information from the front lines. I particularly liked the performances by Stevie Wonder, Jennifer Lopez, Celine Dion, and Rolling Stones, and numerous others. I think I only saw 2 hours of it but parts of it brought tears to my eyes.
What I have been up to this week was getting to work on my Hands 2 Help quilts hosted by Sarah @ Confessions of a Fabric Addict.
I have 4 baby sized quilts cut up. I have been trying to cut up scraps and use those as much as possible. I pulled a bunch of child themed scraps out and I haven't made a dent yet.
But today I finished up my first top. It is using Laurel Burch Jungle Songs scraps leftover from granddaughter Kyleigh's graduation quilt.
The middle section was just leftovers from Kyleigh's and the two blocks at the side.
This week I finished up my Kathy Schmitz stitchery from last week.
This week for my Sunday Stitching, I will be attempting to get these last two flower sections on my
Buhl-Bushong quilt border done.
Before I got, I wanted to show this orchid I adopted from my daughter Katie's MIL when she moved to Arizona. When I received it, it had several stalks of flowers which promptly fell off within a week of the move to my house. This is what it looks like now. It brings a smile to my face every time I see it!
Don't pay attention to my brick walkway that appears to be growing weeds. I need to take care of that next!
I'll be linking up with Kathy's Quilts and Slow Sunday Stitching. I really appreciate this now more than every with this social distancing and look forward to visiting/chatting with others that link up to her site.
Stay safe! Thanks for stopping by!