Sunday, May 18, 2014

Quilting in Calmness on a Slow Stitching Sunday :)

Yesterday was a heck of a day for me and my house... so many ups and downs in life in general in one day I was happy to call it a day and head to bed last night...

Today I was still unsettled when I awoke so I started stitching...
I quilted in calmness :)  The peaceful morning sounds of birds and bubblers worked there magic as I quilted and calmness overtook me!  Yippee :)

Today I now have some great progress to share with you..
only 2 blocks and a feather left until I can bind and finish off the last of the quilting on this wonderful quilt for my honey we still only call THE MAN quilt !  ha :)

So today my focus is on this block I just marked...
and at least half of that feather too :)

I am not setting a goal for this as I have still lots of stuff going on otherwise... and I need this quilting to be my therapist of sorts for now..

One good thing that did happen yesterday is we got a recliner off the local Craigslist for my honey... when I called on it she said it was olive green... when I told her I wasn't interested in that color but thanks... she said let me send you a pic and if you like it have it for FREE!  Yipee :)
See... it is oatmeal not olive green! lol

So that is all I have to offer and am linking this post to Kathy's Slow Sunday Stitching Linky..

Don't forget... more details by weeks end but I will be hosting a linky the last weekend of the month to set and show off goals met!  Make some goals this week so you will have a post to link up soon on my linky party !!!!  Prizes are planned for those that link too :)





5 comments:

  1. how weird she said it was olive green - that doesn't look olive green - so neat to get a chair for free. Hope whatever is bothering you gets over fast!!

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  2. Glad the stitching is helping to calm your worries. I find sewing is my stress relief - after some time in the sewing room the yelling stops and I am able to deal with things much calmer =). That is why I try to do some quilting of some sort every day - machine stitching, hand sewing, applique or quilting. Makes for a much nicer me (or so I have been told)

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  3. Your getting close to finishing that man quilt. He will be cozy in that chair with his quilt when it is cool for sure.

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  4. So sorry you had a yucky day Saturday. Mine wasn't to good either but scoring that comfy recliner and making progress on the man quilt were definately good things. :)

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  5. Sure hope whatever is plaguing you is resolved quickly ... and for your good.

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