Sunday, October 2, 2016

Setting the Pace

The Cormo handspun yarn was knit into this Nurmilintu shawl.
It looks pretty on the mannequin but when I tried it on, it was a bit too short.
I pulled out the bind-off stitches and continued on-I have this much yarn left to add on;  it should be just right! 
I pulled out the pieces for the Medallion quilt which are called piano keys and did a bit of piecing. 
The pieces will look nice sewn together! 
I moved my mosaic stepping stones over by the new bird feeder-I like the invitation! 
The hibiscus which was knocked back by the frost last winter, has finally come to life enough to bloom! 
JD is a stray we found so many years ago but she has always been aloof from people including us!
Well we have ben so surprised that she has been coming in every evening and sitting among us like she is a regular visitor!
Cats, who can figure them out?!
This treasure trove of goods is a generous gift from a blog friend!
She is a fearless maker of soap and luxury lotions! 
I decided to make a small notions vinyl fronted zippered case to say thank you! 
These flamingoes will remind her of her Floridian friend!

4 comments:

  1. Back home, over the virus, and settled in -- that's what this post says about you -- this is your normal eclectic array of projects and show-and-tells! Glad to see it. :)

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  2. Oh, I love your soap bombs! Feel like i need a good foot soak! :)

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  3. Oh lots of good things in this post. You are so good. I have been known to quickly donate any project that doesn't fit post bind off and not bother fixing it. Your medallion quilt is intriguing. I can't wait to see it grow.

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