My heart responds,
So once again I have to turn to You and Your Word for understanding and acceptance. And again, Your Word points me to love, compassion and prayer.
I have tried needle turn applique and realized I just felt overwhelmed. Perhaps because I have three major hand stitching projects going on:
my Grandmother's Flower Garden,
my Felt Lunch for my grandbabies
and my Yo-YO quilt.
So I switched to using interfacing, ironing on the design, than hand stitching it on. I also use my blanket stitch on my Bernina. But appliqued quilts are soooooo beautiful! And they look so peaceful! I want to make one someday!
Yesterday I linked up to Kathy's Slow Sunday Stitching and I saw the prettiest applique project. It had an extreme loveliness that was so simply basic. I was in love and inspired.
It was from Making a Lather. She said she was trying to learn to applique.
And her work was lovely.
It also looked doable.
It was inspiring.
So, maybe after Christmas?
Maybe I'll learn.
And instead of a quilt,
start with something small,
a table topper,
or a mug rug.
I am again encouraged, especially after I remembered and watched this video again! :)
Linky parties are the best because...well, for me, they're never ending sources of
I love them!
Thank you to all the hostesses of Linky Parties!
To Do List & Acceptance.
This week's To Do List was a wash. And that's ok...which is saying a lot becuase I'm somewhat of a "Get the list done!", person.
So, I'm super happy that I can let it go!
BOM’s & QAL’s