Wednesday, 21 March 2018

Sew, Stitch, Snap, SHARE

Not much from me this week, I'm afraid.  We have been having lovely mild autumn days, so I have been spending my free time in the garden, planting vegetables seedlings , cutting back overgrown plants, and generally getting the garden ready for winter.  When I have been sewing it has been more blocks for my Solstice Dream project - I hope you're not sick of them yet.  Lots of colour and fun stitches to play and create with though. I do like the little lady bird.

Now it's your turn to share, it doesn't matter if it's embroidery, a quilt, applique or epp, or some other stitched or sewn project,  It can be a start, a finish or just a wip.  All we ask is that you follow these guidelines when linking up:
  • Link up any post from the past week that features  a sewing or stitching project you have been working on.
  • Somewhere in your post, please link to this one.
  • Also please take the time to read and comment on some of the other linked posts, it is always nice to know that people are reading what you have written, and we are trying to encourage people to keep blogging and reading blogs.
Thanks for joining us
Julie and Linda


  1. You are taking wonderful photo's of these blocks........on your phone or a fancy camera? I have some parsley and basil in pots, does that count and gardening?!

  2. Love your wool applique. There is so much detail on the wing.


  3. More lusciousness with these beautiful felt blocks Julie, such a lot of beautiful embroidery!!

  4. Very pretty! Do you have many more to make? And is your sister keeping up with you too?

  5. The ladybird has so many gorgeous stitches. Wool applique always looks so rich; I think it's the colors but am sure the thread work adds to the the effect. Thanks for hosting the linkup.

  6. Great stitches and photos.
    Thanks for hosting Sew Stitch Snap Share Julie.
    Good luck with your vegetable seedlings too.

  7. These are lovely blocks and you are making steady progress it seems. Enjoying the autumn weather is a good excuse for slower sewing :-)


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