The latest issue of Simply Vintage finally arrived in Brainerd--I have been waiting anxiously for the final part of the Bonnie Sullivan mystery Susie's World. As soon as I got home with my copy of the magazine, I dug into my Susie's World tub and got to work!
|The last block!|
Little Susie in the garden....
|and the piecing that surrounds it.|
|Yes! I finished the whole top! I love it!|
I'm hoping to get it quilted sometime in January--fingers crossed!
You can see past posts about Susie's World HERE and HERE and HERE
|I forgot I had this little wool felt ornament kit until I started clearing a space to cut my flying geese for Susie's World. I decided I better get it put together before it disappears again.|
At our October long arm meeting, Rebecca brought some things she was weeding out of her sewing space. Rebecca had started the ornament, but lost interest in finishing it, so I pounced on it! I added the pine branches since it looked a little bare. When I completed all the blanket stitching, I spritzed it with a little distress spray so it would look a bit vintage-y.
Sunday I will be spending 6 hours in the car, so I am hoping to get at least a couple of my wool hexagons stitched--we'll see!
Linking up to Kathy's Slow Sunday Stitching.