Lots of Progress to Share Everywhere!

This week I have some pretty work in the flower garden to share, hand quilting, machine quilting and something new I made to coordinate with my wallet I shared last week ๐Ÿ™‚ First…. a cardinal at the top of our sign to our road !!!!

That was a fun catch…my honey did the photography and I did the altering so you could get close enough to see the cardinal! lol

Yellow rose bush
Begonia bloom up close!

I started this week with a block or two done on my “Get Well Soon” quilt. Now I have 8 done! YAY ๐Ÿ˜€

Most of my week was spent doing house work and hand quilting though!

Above I finished the second row of quilting ! I was so excited to roll!

But making an all over pattern appear all over with hand quilting is a bit tricky too… a little finagling is necessary here and there to keep the quilting even.

Here you can see a close up of how the swirly heart patterns come together on the 3rd pass across the quilt… and taking a step back….

Here is my next ready for Slow Sunday Stitching ๐Ÿ˜€ I will be joining Kathy and her crew HERE to link up this slow stitching progress… Come over and see what everyone is up to!

Have a wonderful week ahead… I hope to get a surgery date this week to start the knee replacement process… we shall see ๐Ÿ™‚


9 thoughts on “Lots of Progress to Share Everywhere!

  1. Cathie J

    I love your quilting as usual. You have gotten a good start on the Get Well Soon quilt. Good luck with the surgery date. Enjoy your stitching!


  2. karenfae

    I hope you will be able to get your knee surgery – I’m thinking a lot of places are cancelling all elective surgery though – good luck on yours. Pretty quilting!!


  3. Jill

    Cardinals are always a treat to see. The flowers in your yard are so pretty. I admire your ability to quilt in different directions and angles. Best wishes on getting a scheduled surg date.


  4. kathyreeves

    Beautiful quilting Kathi! You had lots of news this week, hope the surgery date is sooner rather than later, so you are up and around before the cold weather. I am in love with that begonia, so delicately colored!



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