You might have noticed that I haven't posted anything about my Quilty 365 circles in awhile. It is not because I have completely abandoned them. I continue to stitch them at a slower pace. (Linking up with Kathy for Slow Stitching Sunday).
As I thought about this project, I knew that 365 circle/squares were going to result in a larger finished quilt than I really wanted. In addition, I wasn't attracted to the pressure of completing one per day. I did, however, thoroughly enjoy choosing the fabrics for the circles and backgrounds, as well as a leisurely approach to the mindless stitching involved. So, that is what I will do....I will have fun with this project and, when it says "Done" to me, it will be done.
As I am working through organizing my scraps, I am finding some great circle candidates, and cutting them out as I go.
Though dismally behind on the Sara Fielke BOM, I have been stitching some leaves on the connector blocks.
Summer finds me in the kitchen a bit more than usual, as the garden's bounty calls for attention.
And this big, yellow heirloom tomato is ready for eating.......
Little Mattie is still a baby, who doesn't quite realize her size (at 7 months) doesn't lend to being a lap dog!
The past two weeks bring the wisdom of these words to mind....