Friday, September 18, 2015

FNSI


It's been a month and time to join some wonderful people stitching, sewing, crafting and whatever fun things they can get themselves into. Slide on over to Wendy's to see who all the attendees are and check out what they are doing.



My Friday night began before dinner with cutting out these "stop signs" for my Sunday School lesson on Sunday. The children will write in permanent marker

S top
 T hink
O bey
P ray

Then they can use them as bookmarks in their Bibles.


After spending my morning balancing my check book, paying bills and grocery shopping, I had no motivation to cook. I still needed to put groceries away and help with bulletins at church. Honey Do sweetly suggested sushi for dinner :)
Not my favorite, but his. I was perfectly content with leftovers since I didn't even know what I was hungry for. Makes clean up very easy and quick.

 

This is the latest flower to adorn my picket fence.


And my "pickets" are starting to fill in and show some color as well. I'm very pleased with the way this is turning out. Very feminine :)


Honey Do really needs new denim, but refuses to purchase because he's having trouble finding good fit and comfort. So I'm mending these again. I had a little help from my friend.

I'm spending the rest of the evening watching a movie - haven't decided which one yet - and working on the picket fence.

Thanks for stopping by,

Wishing you a day filled with creativity.



8 comments:

Allie-oops Designs said...

I love leftovers - I cooked a turkey breast in the crock pot Sunday, and we had turkey for 3 days! My kind of cooking, lol. Your picket fence is absolutely adorable, I'm in love with the stitching you're doing on it!

Noela said...

Your picket fence is lovely, look forward to seeing it finished. Hugs.....

Cath said...

oh wow, I am loving your white picket fence project! looks like so much fun.

desertskyquilts said...

He definitely needs new jeans! I love everything you are doing on your fence. I haven't even looked at the pattern for this month's row, and here you have your second one almost done. Sushi - ugh. Leftovers, yum.

Maria said...

You had a very busy FNSI.. Your flowers on the picket fence are sew pretty.

Sharmayne said...

Hi Edi, I'm visiting via FNSI - love your picket fence progress! I may have to come back to see how it comes out
Hugs sharm

Deb R said...

Such beautiful stitching Edi

Kaisievic said...

Love the stitching on your picket fence.