Slow Sunday Stitching

Most of my recent slow stitching involved applique ( previous post ) but I did manage to add a few stitches to the Botanical quilt the other day.

I’ll be hand quilting more on this block for my Slow Sunday Stitching.

Meanwhile, the weather has been so mild this week that not only are most of the flowers still blooming, some are coming into bloom! On my walk yesterday I noticed a neighbor had day lilies coming in to bloom, and here is an orange coneflower of mine coming back as well.

It went close to 80 degrees yesterday and we’ll see more of the same today. I think that I’ll be quilting out on the front porch :)

Joining in with other slow stitchers over at Kathy’s Quilts. 

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19 Responses to Slow Sunday Stitching

  1. As usual, your hand appliques are lovely!!

  2. Karen says:

    lovely! we still have some flowers – might get freezing temps next weekend? I wouldn’t be surprised if forecast change though, it always seems to.

  3. Carla says:

    Flowers, applique it doesn’t get better than that! Love the soft earthy colors in your applique quilt!

  4. Love seeing what’s in your hoop!
    Enjoy your slow stitching today!

  5. Kate says:

    Enjoy your slow stitching today. It’s been warm here too, but it’s not today.

  6. Julierose says:

    You do such lovely applique and quilting…i so enjoy seeing this piece coming together hugs, Julierose

  7. Joyce says:

    Beautiful days here today and yesterday. That’s supposed to end with possible snow next weekend – yuck! I bought the grandkids cute costumes but the fairy and Wonder Woman are sleeveless – won’t be any fun trick-or-treating in a heavy coat on top of those. First world problems, I know, but still….read the news….I’m desperate for anything lighthearted and “truthful!”

  8. Gail says:

    Always fun to see what you are up to each week. I love the quilting! I have a day Lilly in bloom in my garden. No frost yet and quite warm today.

  9. Kim says:

    Same here, Deb. Our garden is getting a second round late in October with these high temps. Odd…

  10. CathieJ says:

    My husband and I just returned from a walk around our neighborhood and we were commenting on the fact that so many flowers are in bloom. Love your quilting.

  11. I adore that quilt! My coneflowers didn’t last long. And I thought they liked heat. I guess not in containers. I have other flowers coming back in the coolness though.
    Brenda

  12. FlowerLady says:

    I always enjoy seeing your hand stitching. Glad you’re still able to enjoy blooms.

    Have a great week ~ FlowerLady

  13. Grandma Kc says:

    That quilt is just beautiful! You sure have gotten good!

  14. Looks like the perfect project to stitch outside with on a beautiful fall day!

  15. Deb says:

    Enjoy that beautiful weather. Your stitches look lovely.

  16. Kyle says:

    Hope you enjoyed your slowing stitching today. Enjoy your warm weather. I’d prefer that over snow. :0)

  17. Eileen says:

    Hello, the quilt is beautiful, lovely stitches. We are enjoying the warm weather too. I think it is supposed to end this week, we will have more fall like weather. It is nice to see the flowers still blooming.

    Happy Monday, enjoy your new week ahead!

  18. Margie Miller says:

    You do such lovely work!

  19. Barb says:

    Wow – you’re still having such warm weather. My hands were freezing on my walk today! Love your coneflower photo. I always enjoy seeing what you’re working on.

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