November block is finished!
Info on this design can be found in this post.
Been thinking a lot lately about how thankful I am for the solace of stitching. So I thought I'd share what's been keeping me sane lately (besides prayer, of course!).
Whipped out this adorable little baker a few days before Thanksgiving. She's from The Blue Flower and is in the Nashville Market 2020 cookbook.
A couple of new Russian kits, which are a weakness of mine and always make me happy! This luscious pink and green confection is perfect for my sewing room.
And this lovely winter design. I may start this after Christmas. Hopefully we'll be having something that looks like winter by then. It's been quite warm and dry.
And finally there's this! This is what really brightened my day last week! Remember the pretty little Autumn Quaker I showed a while back, and I was wishing for the other seasons? Well, I got my wish! Winter is Coming Mini Quaker has just been released and it is gorgeous! You should really visit the link to see it as my snap of the printed photo doesn't do it justice. The very day it came out I ordered my threads!
And here they are. Aren't they lovely for a wintry design?
Thank you for all of your kind wishes about my dad. He had to be re-hospitalized last Tuesday, but should be returning to the rehab center in a couple of days. The last month has been a rollercoaster and I'm so grateful whenever I can just settle down with my stitching and get lost in it.
I hope all of you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, hope you and yours are healthy, and I hope you're getting to snuggle down with your stitching, too.
Public Service Announcement! CEC has re-posted the free chart for the alternative center pumpkin for Playing with Jax. It's available right here.
This one is my own purple color conversion. All the info on my color choices is available in the Playing with Jax posts I shared while stitching it.
If you don't have the freebie, you might want to go grab it. It's not always available.