Monday, June 9, 2014

Some progress

I have been working slowly on quite a few projects. There is progress but it seems very slow. Wish I could just concentrate on one thing but I do enjoy doing a variety of different stitching and hand work. There has been a bit of secret stitching going on this month for Stitching in the Hills in August. It is being held on the 1st to 3rd August and is always a wonderful time of stitching and fellowship. There are still some places if you are interested. Email me for the details. Here is just a little glimpse of one of the stitcheries.
We are using a gorgeous range of fabric called Mirabelle and it has been fun working with these lovely fabrics. Other than that I have been working on a few ongoing projects. My scarf is coming along nicely and I am about half way now!
 I finally sewed together the last row of hexies for the Chateau Hexagon quilt.
 After having the centre of the In my Garden BOM done for months, I added the first of three inner borders. I hope to get the second one, which isn't pieced, added today.

 The second jumper for the little men is going well too. Just the dreaded sewing up and the neck to do now.
 This lovely cushion was brought to class on Wednesday night by Barbara. Hasn't it worked out well?

4 comments:

shez said...

Hi Sylvia,love all your projects you are very clever and the little jumper bought a smile to my face as that is the same one i knitted little Murphy.xx

DAWNIE said...

Oh my goodness you are doing some very detailed work, i cant believe that you are managing to go from one to another. I recognised the "in my garden quilt" that would have to be my favourite quilt of all time, i so enjoyed making thar one, oh and your "chateau" hexagon looks fabulous amd even nearly finished

Radka said...

Busy lady! All your projects are lovely :-)
xx

FloS said...

You are still very busy !!
Florence