I got a lot of slow stitching in this week, namely in the form of Ella Maria Deacon blocks. I finished this one I had been working on last week. I really like this one.
Then I got two more finished. I had spent last week prepping all these blocks for applique.
I have two more prepped for applique, and this will be my slow stitching for this week. After I finish these two, I will be all caught up for the new ones coming out on the 15th.
I'll be linking up with Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching. Head on over and check out what everyone else has been up to.
Thanks everyone for the suggestions last week on my shelf that was coming loose from the wall. My grandson Jaeger was able to come over late last week, and we took the shelf down, moved it over and two of the three brackets are now in studs, and one that is not, is secured with drywall anchors. I also went through all that "stuff" that was up there to begin with, and lightened the load, sorting through the books and magazines which will find new homes, removing a container with some heavy fabric, and putting some of my laces and trims I use for crazy quilting up there. They are pretty light. I still have a bunch of "stuff" on the counters I need to sort through and determine if I want or not. I am trying to go through everything in that room and weeding out that I no longer want or need.
For the Stay at Home Round Robin this week the row this week was suggested by Anja Quilts for flying geese. In looking through the various designers rows, I noticed that Emily @The Darling Dogwood did migrating flying geese and had gotten the idea from Deb Tucker's Studio 180 Design that has a technique sheet with the details. I ordered one and have been waiting for it to arrive, so I can get my round done before Monday. Thankfully it arrived in the mail today, and I started making the components. I still have to put the four sides together, but they are coming out pretty well.
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