It’s Memorial Day weekend and my thoughts are with those who sacrificed for my freedom. Thank you seems so little in return, but I am grateful.
Here’s what I’ve been sewing; hundreds of hexy flowers! These piles have taken years to form. I do them when I’m in the mood to hand sew and I have so many hexes cut already. I think they multiply when I close the box they live in!
I started a top with a light green path but feared it will take much longer than I want to make it king sized. Why not forgo the path and just stitch them together?!
Hubs turned 60 yesterday. This was taken last week at the antiques joint. He was amused by this art/grill. If he hadn’t already purchased a new grill recently…
This pattern is called Sango Contemporary 6504. If only I needed a new set of dishes. Instead, I’ll use this as inspiration for future quilting patterns.
This came home with me. These toy irons came with trivets, though mine doesn’t.
Here the little baby meets its new momma. She has been a trusty door stop since we found her. These irons are small but heavy.
I finished this case makeover last week but talked about it in today’s episode.
Feel free to download the cheat sheet I created for the lid of my case. It’s created from my original manual and the most used information for my needs.
May you all be blessed and happy this holiday!