Sunday, February 22, 2015

Hand Stitching Heaven

It looks like I have no end to my supply of hand stitching projects. 
Along with my final group of wool hexagons, I managed to set up all of the blocks for Sophie's Garden. 
I finally remembered to stop in at Colorz to pick up the wools ordered from Primitive Gatherings.
I'm really pleased at how these blocks are looking and can't wait to start stitching them. 

The yellow flowers here are actually a peachy coral. 

But before I dig in on Sophie's Garden, I need to finish up the binding on my February UFO.
Yes--almost finished with six days to go!!!!
Linking up with Kathy at Slow Sunday Stitching HERE
Slow Sunday Stitching

18 comments:

  1. I wish I was that close to finishing my February UFO!! Way to go!
    Your garden blocks are so pretty and make me long for spring to come.
    Enjoy your stitching!

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  2. The wools you are using is going to make beautiful quilt blocks.

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  3. Sophie's Garden is beautiful. I love your colours. I don't know if I could wait to start stitching on those beautiful blocks. Have a great Slow Stitching Sunday.

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  4. You are making me want to try a wool project! But I have more than plenty of projects I need to finish. Maybe I should be looking out for a good deal on wool for when the day comes.

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  5. I love the backing - I used that in a quilt along years ago. Great memories. Enjoy the binding and love your garden blocks.

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  6. Wow, you have a bunch of beautiful blocks. I look forward to seeing the finished quilt.

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  7. Wool applique is wonderful and l love your quilt. Beautiful colors.

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  8. Hello Karen! Your quilt is looking fabulous! Looking forward to seeing it with all the stitching finished! :) xx

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  9. Your wool project is lovely! ...a breath of spring. -25 Celcius here this morning before the wind chill is added. I just want to stay home and sew but off to work I must go....sigh!

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  10. That Sophie's Garden is going to be a spectacular quilt. I keep thinking about working with wool ... and seeing your blocks sure add fuel to my fire. ;-)

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  11. I love wool projects and love yours! Those colors are wonderful!

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  12. That's a fantastic pattern and the hand dyed wools are beautiful colors. Hope you find time to work on your binding today.

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  13. Sophie's garden looks delightful!

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  14. I just love the balance of blues, yellow (golds) and browns in this one Karen!! I'd be anxious to bet stitching too!! It really is delightful!

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  15. Sophie's Garden is beautiful. Love the color scheme too. You make quilts I'd like to own!

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  16. Love your hand stitching. Hugs mary

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