Sunday, 19 June 2016

Slow Sunday Stitching for me

Today, I will catch my breath and slow stitch on my hexagon quilt.

It harder and harder to photograph this quilt as it is getting so large. This morning, I tried it on my bed and was happy to find out that it doesn't need as many rows as first thought. The end is near for this one. Yay!

Sitting on my deck, in the shades, enjoying the birds singing and children playing, I will finish the neutral row and start assembling the diamonds for the next row while I pray and meditate.  So many bad things has happened lately and so many blessings to be grateful for. My day will be a quiet and peaceful one. How about you?

Come visit us at Kathy's place for some Slow Sunday Stitching and to view some eye candy. I'll be there.
Also joining Podunk Pretties for more inspiration and fun.

Until next time ...



  1. Sounds like you are having a perfect day. Your hexagon quilt is amazing and so pretty. Enjoy your day!

  2. Wow! Been a while since I checked into your blog. You have made major progress on this beautiful quilt.

  3. Wow love to see your progress with this quilt. It is turning out so pretty. I too enjoyed the birds singing. Have a great week.

  4. I hope you had the peace that you needed, there are indeed so many awful things going on in the world. Your quilt is looking fantastic. Have a good week. xx

  5. Chantal, your quilt is spectacular. I know how much work goes into EPP. What a treasured quilt it will be when it's done. Love it. Have a great week.

  6. Absolutely beautiful. It has been so fun to watch this one grow.


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