Tuesday, May 13, 2014

Busy Stitching!

Thanks to all who commented on my previous post - it is so nice to be in Blogland again. We have QuiltWest coming up in a few weeks and Sweetie, Cat Connelly long arm quilted this quilt. Dear friend Robin stitched the binding on by machine, so now for me to finish.
I am not going to answer any phone calls or door knocks (lol!) so here's to a busy day.
Happy Stitching - Lurline!

11 Lovely People said ...:

Joan said...

Lovely to se you on Blogland again - Lovely quilt ...keep well

Chookyblue...... said...

hope you are busy binding..............

Julie Fukuda said...

With all that support, you are on a roll!

Sherri said...

Yes welcome back!!! Have fun stitching!

Stephanie said...

Wishing you a pieceful and peaceful day!

Peg - Happy In Quilting said...

Love that quilt Lurline....keep safe..

Stina... said...

Nice to see you...love that quilt!!:0)

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Bizarre Quilter said...

Hi Lurline. Just come read your blog. Then, read a bit more.

Until you feel like sewing a little bit. Maybe not as much as before...

And here's a little tip from a girl who lost it for a couple of years (mojo that is), don't finish the easy step you are doing right now. Leave it with 20 minutes left to do. Then, you start the easy bit that wasn't finished off, and as you do that, you warm up for the next bit.

If I just sit down to a project that I haven't worked out what to do next, it's tricky... so leave a little bit, and let the project talk to you as you do the easy bit.

p.s. Now I have a lot of stuff to make and finish as I had lost my mojo for a while.. oh yes, all those applique blocks and stitcheries are ready to be made into something.

Lorraine xo