Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Thoughtful Tuesdays. Simple Scrappy Sampler Finally Finished! To Do Tuesdays!

Thoughtful Tuesdays

I have a new blog to feature for Thoughtful Tuesday.  It's from The Redbud Post and the title of the post is Wrestling with Why by Julie Kloster.  She is listening to a young lady share her frustrations before she embarks on what will be a challenging missionary trip....  Julie realizes that sharing her own story as a breast cancer survivor is not what is needed.  Instead she listens to her young friend and gives her the tools she will need to find God in her journey!  I encourage you to read her post - and be blessed!  

Fiber Finishes
Remember this quilt?  

Here you go - 
it's quilted by Stephanie 

and bound by your's truly!  
 Isn't it interesting how different quilts look in the sunshine 
and in the shade?
I love the quilting and 
flange binding!
To Do Tuesday
My Last List
Complete Dia de los muertos pot holders  Already Done!
Finish Binding on my Around the House Mini Quilt Done!

*Make progress on Prayer Shawl #5 Done and finished!  See it here!
*I really feel like making progress on my Hexagon Afghan.  Done!

Slow Stitching
Make progress on the Felt Advent Calendar.  Done!

This Week's List
Finish the Dallas Cowboy Flimsy

Begin Prayer Shawl #6

Slow Stitching
Make progress on the Felt Advent Calendar.  
Make the Tree for these ornaments 

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  1. Your quilt is amazing. I love the blocks and the lovely colors. The quilting is beautiful. :-)

    1. Thank you so much! I absolutely loved the quilting that Stephanie did on it! She's amazing!

  2. Oh my! The quilt is amazing! I always love taking pictures of the flimsy before getting it quilted because it looks like stained glass to me! The quilting is perfect! What a wonderful finish!

    1. I absolutely love the stained glass look as well! Thank you so much for your kind comments!

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    1. Thank you, Nancy! I sure enjoy admiring the quilts on your blog!