It's been a long time, but I'm still alive and well.
A few pics for my very quick review of 2020. (in no certain order)
A little hand stitching here and there. My first attempt at EPP with hexagons. I'm now an EPP fan!
Vintage potholder embroidery.
Six more blocks like these, and I'll have enough to complete the king size quilt top that my daughter requested.
I completed this king size quilt requested by my son this year. It's warm and cozy and that's all that matters. And that it was made with love.
I swore I'd never try another one that large, but then our daughter said " I want one for my bed, too." LOL
I made a few of these from some vintage looking Halloween fabric.
I hand pieced and hand quilted this little table runner from my scrap basket. This was a fun project.
I didn't really love it on the table, so the table runner hangs on the back of my granny chair in the dining room.
I took this guy to the hospital during the pandemic for an urgent aneurysm repair, that he discovered on his own. He did well and is as good as new! Edited: this is my 80 year old dad.
Had a Covid picnic with these kids on the way to pick up the 4th cousin in Asheville.
A little more hand piecing and quilting on small projects.
We said sad goodbyes to this sweet fellow on February 19.
Hand stitched a couple of Kathy Schmitz rabbits for friends.
Matching aprons for the granddaughters. (no hallmark moments with these...lol.... grandma liked them more thant the girls did)
I caught this fabulous rainbow over our house one day during 2020. God always keeps His promises.
Easy cross stitching on pre stamped pillow cover.
Stitched a vintage Christmas piece (pre stamped) that I bought from eBay. This was a fun piece to do.
Okay, that's it.... I hope to blog more this year so that I can document my year.
May God continue to bless us all!
Happy New Year!
Linking with Kathy's Quilt Blog for Slow Sunday Stitching. Go here to see what others are hand stitching.