Last week in my sewing post I showed a lovely spiderweb that I had to dismantle after taking a photo, since it was under the hummingbird feeder.
This past week, Arachne was back…one morning there was another web below the hummingbird feeder.
Well this one had to come down as well but I have checked every morning since then and I think that she’s gotten the message. The latest web was over by the edge of the porch and the pine tree.
And the hummingbird is glad of that!
I’ve done more reading in my spare time than sewing this past week…I have found that as my eyes get older, if I dearly want to concentrate on reading a lot…then I can’t do that and strain my eyes with sewing as well. So here and there I concentrate on just one or the other.
I did finish the Starflower that I showed last week and yet another English Paper Pieced hexie-thing…these and some baskets that I have prepped are for a border on a quilt and I am just working on them intermittently. I also began prepping another round for the next Rose applique block.
Still moving slowly around the the edges of the Crosses & Losses quilt. If it’s not out on the porch it’s on the top of the piano, where the cat doesn’t go :)
I thought to show you a few of my many quilting distractions when I am out on the front porch. No wonder I’m slow to finish this quilt : ) I keep putting it down and grabbing the camera. There’s the hummingbird…
Baby bunnies…this one’s been hanging out behind my front bushes and flowers and is growing rapidly…
Squirrels that are so tame they will come up the steps and then come very close to me to get their peanuts…
And now it is Goldfinch Season : I have some sunflowers growing all around the house in various spots. Some are in the front, right off the porch. Who would not be distracted when these little darlings visit for their seeds ? :)
And I have yet to edit some photos of a mama bird feeding her baby…they’d flown the nest but I had not realized that she still fed them. That will have to be for another day. For Slow Sunday Stitching I resolve to keep the camera put away and just quilt! :)
Joining all of the other slow stitchers and their lovely array of varied projects over at Kathy’s Quilts Slow Sunday Stitching.
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