Sunday, January 5, 2020

Slowly on Sunday

 Anna is back at school and I am finally getting properly settled into my sewing room.  I found my missing zippers and lots of other things I had forgotten about along the way.  The diamond hexies don't count as forgotten, but they are definitely calling out for some attention.  I don't have any sort of plan for this one, so I'll just keep stitching slowly until there are enough.  I seem to be set on the light and bright greens.  Maybe I'll work on some of the white alternate triangles this month instead. 
Winter weather makes hand quilting seem like a nice plan, and I found my pearle cotton while unpacking which will be perfect to continue the leap year quilt.  When was the leap year?  I'll try to get it finished before the next one comes around. 
I also found one quilt patiently waiting for binding.  I truly had forgotten about this fellow. I seem to have a lot of green going on right now, so I think that will do the trick.  I still have some randomly scrappy 16 patches, I'll try a different setting for them next time. 
Ryan went back to college yesterday, so it is back to normal on all fronts.  Kurt will head back to work on Monday and School starts for the rest of us on Wednesday.  I am planning to keep catching up on my quilting for the next couple of days.  It has been too long since I could just sew the day away. 
I'm going to pop over first though to Kathy's Quilts and check out long and slow stitching from all over.  So much great inspiration to enjoy!

14 comments:

Cheryll said...

EnJoY... xox

Kim said...

Some lovely quilts to be seen here. Love the sweet hexie one. Have a happy Sunday enjoying a little hand stitching.

The Joyful Quilter said...

Hooray for settling into your sewing space!! Enjoy stitching the next couple of days away. You deserve it!

Deb A said...

Well, you should have it finished before 2024.... the next leap year after 2020 =) I'm sure you will find lots of projects as you unpack in your new sewing room. Enjoy your slow stitching with the cooler weather. I bet I'll get a frost tonight.

Deanna W said...

I am and have been working on a hexie quilt too. Mine are in that diamond shape and I had so many that I started to join them with white in between. I just randomly joined them and now I am filling in the holes to make it at least a double sized quilt. Not sure when I will ever get it done!! Always good to have dedicated sewing time. Enjoy!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I love the diamond shape hexies - I have made two quilts at least with these and and they are some of my favorites

loulee said...

Hmm, I think this year is a leap year! LOL
You have some lovely projects to keep you busy.

ButterZ said...

Well you had better get it completed soon otherwise put it away until the next one...

Quilter Kathy said...

Love that hexie quilt! How wonderful that you had a chance to find some old treasures and to sew the day away!

sewyouquilt2 said...

This year is leap year. Love uour projects

Kate said...

Hope you were able to get in some good stitching time before school got started. Our college girl leaves today, but she'll be back next weekend since they are out of school on Monday.

Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting said...

I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but this year is leap year again.

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