Sunday, April 29, 2018

Slow Stitching Today

As usual, I have waited until the last minute to stitch my April Flowers block.

I am linking up over at 
I also got a few other things accomplished including a little yard work. It was a beautiful day to be out there.

My sister celebrated a birthday this month.

Last week was tough.......memories of Rob and the loss of one of our Crazies.

Take Care,

Friday, April 27, 2018

My Goodness!!!

April is almost done and I have only posted once. I really intend to do better; I like to blog and I don’t want to give it up. more intentionally.

Here’s what happened at Sew Crazies this month....

Sandy’s cousins from North Dakota and South Dakota visited she and Luella, and were able to join us for a day of stitching.

Luella was able to be back with us.

We worked on a QOV that Debi did prep work on it in order to get us started. Did I mention that she is amazing?..and that we are so fortunate to have her as a Crazy???

I was the official presser.

Sandra was the overachiever this month.

These cute items were among the many things that she made for a bazaar.

And she made this stash buster quilt, quilting it with her embroidery machine!

Debi finished this cute quilt, including getting the quilting done.

And I got the row quilt done to flimsy stage. It looks kind of weird with the light shining behind it. So far I have met my goal of finishing a quilt top per month in 2018. They don’t have to be UFOs, but this one had become one. I love it and am thrilled that the top is now finished.

Sara Ashley had prom this month....

With some of her classmates in front of one of Newman’s historic homes.

And her beautiful hair.

Macy at her most recent cheer competition...

Take Care,

Sunday, April 1, 2018

He Arose!!!

Happy Easter!!!

Rob is spending his first Easter at the foot of his Savior. Christi and Robert put Iris from his grandmother’s bulbs at his cross yesterday.

Won’t be slow stitching today, as we have our blended families for our traditional Easter lunch and egg hunt here. I did, however, get a few more diamonds glued up for Glorious Gardens. Linking up 
with Slow Stitching Sunday.

All of the green nine patches are finished and put away.

And lots more lights are cut in anticipation of this month’s yellows and golds. Linking up here.

A bald eagle was spotted by my friend just down the road from our house. I had seen one once several years ago. Hope I have the opportunity to see this one.

Sara Ashley was chosen to serve the Coweta Community Foundation. So proud of the young woman she is becoming!

Jackson’s baseball team won first in their tournament on Saturday. Go Force!!!

Hope you all have a beautiful and blessed day.

Take Care,