Wednesday, 4 April 2018

Sew, Stitch, Snap, SHARE

The last couple of weeks have seen me flitting between hand quilting the Seaglass Sampler quilt under the somewhat watchful  and never helpful (needles and thread are great toys) gaze of Meeka.  I still have  a lot to do on this, I think my want to finish date of April 30 was overly optimistic.  Still working away on the blocks of my Solstice Dream Quilt.  Another 6.5" block done.  Hopefully in the next link up, I can share a photo of my sister's version of this.

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. Photos only or as many words as you like. 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. Very pretty helper you have Julie....the Soltice blocks are beautiful, your stitching is amazing.

  2. love your quilts and the wool applique - pretty stitching!! love your kitty too

  3. You are so talented, Julie, the stitching is beautiful. And your helper..those eyes.
    xx oo

  4. Your hand quilting is looking wonderful Julie. Try to enjoy the journey! It will be finished all in good time.

  5. Meeka is a stunning cat......although of little help! Yummy blocks. The blogs are still plugging away...........

  6. I love the vibrant colours of the felt, Julie. Just so gorgeous! Meg:)

  7. That Meeka is a smart cat! Your hand embroidery and quilting are beautiful.
    The double cast on stitch is amazing, good for you Julie.
    Thanks for hosting Sew Stitch Snap Share too.


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