Sunday, January 8, 2017

A New Year of Slow Sunday Stitching

I always look forward to the reminder that Kathy gives  us on slow down and be more intentional in our stitching.

Today I am doing a little hand quilting on the January mini. And, goodness, do I need some practice.
Bought these garish pink pullers awhile back. This is my first chance to use them, and they are quite effective at helping to grasp the needle and pull it through. Linking up with 
Kathy for Slow Stitching Sunday.

When I was cleaning off my work table, I found this....
Drat!!! More dishcloth yarn. Will I ever use it all up???

Miss Mattie broke through the Invisible Fence today and ended up in the neighbor's search of who knows what. And then she was afraid to come back over the line. Looks as though a little more training and voltage is in order. 


Take Care,


  1. Miss Mattie is all puppy!
    Happy Slow Sunday stitching.
    Hugs :)

  2. I seriously doubt any level of voltage could keep Ben inside the invisible fence. Boy do I need a pair of those pink finger tips. Don't ever recall seeing them but then it has been a while since I checked out the 'notions' wall at Hancock Fabrics. And, I do believe the one in Salisbury, MD (a 40 minute ride) has closed its doors. Will check at Walmart next time I go there.

  3. Where did you buy the pink pullers?

  4. I have received several handmade dish cloths over the years and they work great. However, every single one of them is made with hideous colored yarn - wish the makers had seen these pretty colors that you have used - especially that blue and the speckled one!

  5. Wow - you won't lose those pullers! I'd throw the yarn with needles or hook in the car for when you have a few minutes!
    Enjoy the stitching.