Sunday, November 19, 2017

Aaahhhh!

It's really all about the little things for me this week. After climbing the walls for 14 days (and averaging 4 or 5 hours of sleep each night) I am finally at the end of my Prednisone nightmare--lol! 
I wish I could share the aroma of the tea I am drinking right now--TAZO Butterscotch Blondie! Mmmmm...not my usual brand, but sure is good!
I have lots of Slow Sunday Stitching today. I'm finishing up my third Primitive Garden border by adding a little embroidery detailing.....

My November UFO will be finished as soon as I get this label written out and sewn in place....

And then I hope to get some eyes on these little guys. I was going to do tiny buttons, but I think maybe beads will look better. We'll see. 

Then it will be on to the layering and quilting--I'm really happy with how this is coming along. There are lots of adorable versions on the Quilts by Cheri Friendship Group Facebook page. I love how everyone changed things up a bit--so fun!
Have a great day and I hope you have time to do some Slow Sunday Stitching of your own! 
Linking with Slow Sunday Stitching HERE
Slow Sunday Stitching

16 comments:

  1. So glad you are over the prednisone production... that is just awful!
    Enjoy your tea and some slow stitching!

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  2. The Santas are very festive. I can't wait to see how you add some details.

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  3. Your Santas are so cute. Can't wait to see them with character, faces.

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  4. I love your santas! I'm off to look at the Facebook page.

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  5. Happy to hear you are feeling better now--my arthritis has kicked up again so my hands are quite sore--no handwork for me today...thank heavens for my junky journalling...
    Awfully cute flowers and snowmen hugs, have fun Julierose

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  6. Glad your feeling better...... Cute Santa's

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  7. That embroidery adds so much. Sorry your haven't been feeling well. Your version of the Santas is wonderful. I love the blue plaids.

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  8. I saved the Santa pattern but no time for it now. Christmas gift making instead.
    I hate those rounds of prednisone. You want to sleep so bad but it does not come easy.

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  9. I can tell those Santa's will be coming to life! Fell better soon!

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  10. Embroidery adds a lot to a quilt. How nice to complete a UFO. I am on a Santa kick also.

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  11. I love your embroidery, I have printed off the Santa project but I have a tree skirt to sew first. Each persons take on the Santa wall hanging has me changing my mind as to what I'm going do.

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  12. It's always fun to see what you're working on! Those Santas are adorable and it's exciting to have your November UFO ready for a label!

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  13. These Santas are so cute! I'm glad you're starting to feel better. I know allergies are the pits!

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  14. Very Nice Collection.Thnx for sharing

    Best Embroidery Design>>Machine Embroidery Design

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