Sunday, August 18, 2019

HQAL - August 18, 2019

How does three weeks fly by so quickly ? ! ?

To see what everyone else in the group has accomplished, you can check them out here.

As for me . . . 


I'm still behind by one block that was published this week. I did get blocks two and three caught up.
If you like it and haven't already started them, it's not too late. They are being offered free of charge by Jenny of Elefantz. You are linked above, head on over :)


I started a new wall hanging a week or so ago. This one is through a Facebook group that honors the memory of Cheri Payne. These have all been prepped and are ready to be hand appliqued. The design is called My Country Week.

Another new project, begun recently.

This is another Cheri Payne design. Garden Angel. I embroidered the vine last night. The buttons I sewed on about a week ago. The last step is to finish her wings. I had to order cotton garden gloves because I couldn't find them locally. The need to be "tea" dyed, but I'm using coffee instead because it was readily available. So hopefully, she'll be done this week.


And finally, some quilts. In order, Baby Boy, Doll and the dinosaurs for my youngest great nephew . . . just because.

These were all done by machine except for the final binding. All fun, happy projects.

Hope you have all enjoyed your three weeks of projects. I'm going to head over and see how everyone else is doing.

Thanks for stopping by,

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

A cheerful heart is good medicine, but a crushed spirit dries up the bones.

Proverbs 17:22 NIVUK


Susan said...

Your Jenny blocks look great, and I do like the Cheri Payne blocks, especially Sunday! You did a lot in the last three weeks, and good variety, too.

K Reeves said...

Edi, you are working on so many lovely things! Those embroidered quilt blocks are just wonderful, especially with the fabrics you have chosen. Love seeing it progress!

Ondrea said...

Your Vintageocks look so lovely. I did the original ones. The appliqued blocks for the quilt are so cute as are those 3 quilts. Well done!

Farm Quilter said...

Don't you just love Jenny?? I don't do hand work, but I've been following her blog for years! Love your embroidery...what will you make with the blocks?