Red Thread: Fly a Kite
Weeks & GAST on 32ct Light Mocha
So many things to show you, since I wasn't able to post earlier in the week like I had hoped to! As you can see, I finished off my March block for the Red Thread SAL. This was a fun little block. I am so glad to be caught up on this and have it going so smoothly!
I also made a little start on the border. I need to go pick up some more Bark thread, because I am just about out. I really enjoy stitching on this piece, and I am finding it a little hard to put down.
I did pick up my Cuisine d'Ete again and stitch on it a little bit more the past couple of nights. I have had such a hard time with the second motif. I must have ripped the white outline out twice before I got it right. But, I am still loving it on the Lemon Zest linen.
I have, of course, also been working on the wedding quilt. Here you can see I've sewn on all the top rows. I actually have two more bottom rows sewn on than you see in this photo. So, two more rows are all I'm lacking, and then I can begin quilting. I have just a little over one week. Wish me luck - I think it's going to be down to the wire!
Eric and I are going to the museum today to see their latest exhibit before it closes. The exhibit is early Christian art, and I am looking forward to it. I'll let you know how it is. I also went to my book club Friday night, but haven't quite finished my book yet - I'm almost there.
Until next time - enjoy each moment, and have fun with your stitching!
I am grateful for a new friend.