Sunday, 2 March 2014

Slow Stitching Some Binding

     Today is slow stitching Sunday over at Kathy's blog and I'm adding my project to the list.
     I've been finishing up a group of mini quilts and wall hangings, and this one is ready for binding.
     I pieced it a few years ago in a class with Kathy.   It's been hanging around waiting for me to get comfortable enough to quilt it.  This is a very funky version of stippling, but it works for me...and the stitches are so tiny I couldn't pull them out if I wanted to l.o.l.

      Here's a peak at a new project I will be working on starting in March.
I get together once a month to quilt with my friends Cyndy and Wendy.
We signed up for the Park Bench block of the month at Mad About Patchwork and the first installment came last week.  I can't wait to get started!

       This is Benny the helper cat.  He always likes to hang out on my fabrics when I sew.

     And just to add a little more brightness into your lives here are some more additions to the stash. Kona charm squares and some Tula Pink fat quarters that were on sale.  They look so pretty there on the white table.
      With this deep freeze we are in we need to get our brightness somewhere.


  1. Love your little quilt! The colors are great and the quilting looks wonderful to me. I may have to create a block or two of these for a little quilt. Thanks for the idea.

  2. Thanks for sharing your bright fabrics, I agree do need something to brighten our days thru these winter days. Love your quilt and I hope you enjoy your slow stitching on the binding.

  3. A pretty little quilt and my cat who also sits on my fabrics says hello to yours, ha ha

  4. Way to go Lisa! I'm soo excited to see you in blogland!
    So fun that you are finishing your old minis...enjoy!
    Thanks for linking up to Slow Sunday Stitching and doing everything correctly your very first time!

    1. Thanks Kathy. I only did everything correctly because I messed up twice linking to Finish it up Friday!

  5. Kathy and couldn't be!! I know how she likes them!!! Yours looks great!