Sunday, November 10, 2019

HQAL - November

How does three weeks fly by so quickly ? ! ?

To see what everyone else in the group has accomplished, you can check them out here. There are new members, so new things to ooh and aah over :)

As for me . . . 

I have finally finished stitching the last of my Girls Getaway. They will be put away until January then I can concentrate on finishing the quilt. I've already started my goal list for 2020. Have you?

My next project getting some undivided attention:  My Vintage Kitchen.


There are a total onine, the first our were done in previous weeks.
This will be another project that gets finished in January when I have a little more time.

And finally, Gingerbread Village. The first block is stitched !!!

It has been a busy month and I am very pleased to have accomplished this much. Looking forward to getting all these projects completely finished.

Thanks for stopping by,

Wishing you a day filled with the things that make and keep you happy.

He gives strength to the weary and increases the power of the weak.

Isaiah 40:29 NIVUK


K Reeves said...

I do love those bikes Edi! What are you using to color them? I have seen that technique and it really adds depth. All your blocks are lovely for both projects, great color choices. :) I have been thinking about new projects, or which quilt blocks to put together for the coming year, but no decisions yet.

Karrin Hurd said...

Love your stitcheries, especially those bikes. Love the coloring. Did you do them with pencils? Do you use a fabric medium?

nwpaintedlady said...

These are so lovely. The flowers in the bicycle basket are my favorite part :) Sharon

Farm Quilter said...

Love your quilts on the back of the bike!!! And you are making Jenny's My Vintage Kitchen! So pretty. Your hand work is just lovely.

Db said...

Those bikes are so delightful! And the gingerbread house block... I fell in love with that one!

Allie said...

Oh Edith such gorgeous stitching!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Susan said...

Laid out that way, it is quite a lot of stitching, isn't it? Beautiful work. And that wasn't the whole story, even!

Anonymous said...

I love all the different colours you used on the bicycle!