I've sent Carol an e-mail asking her to send me her mailing address. If you didn't get my e-mail Carol... please let me know where to send the box.
Have you all been enjoying the Olympics? I've spent countless hours glued to the TV watching the coverage. Of course I couldn't let such an event pass by without starting a brand new stitching project, because I don't have enough projects started, in honor of the Sochi Games.
I've been wanting to stitch Susan Singleton for some time now and she was my first choice for my Olympic sampler.
|Susan Singleton - The Scarlet Letter|
Before the start of the Games I put in a few more stitches on A Parrot, A Leopard, A Lion.
|A Parrot, A Leopard, A Lion - The Scarlet Letter|
|Strawberry Marking Sampler Bag|
Two new patterns were released for the Blogger Girls II BOM. These blocks are so much fun to piece together. I used the Open Gate Fit to be Geese ruler for the flying geese blocks. It's a wonderful ruler and you can't help but make perfect flying geese blocks with the aid of the ruler.
If I make two more fussy cut stars this coming week I'll be caught up!
My local frame shop called earlier this week and two of my samplers were framed and ready to be picked up. I'm very happy with the framing for both Emma Miles and Jacob's Ladder.
Until next time.... happy stitching and quilting!