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My 15 Minutes report is nothing special this week . . .
I got the mug rug finished off (and sent), worked on something new, and then fizzled out for the rest of the week. I had some sort of 48-hour virus Thursday and Friday and Saturday was so beautiful, we spent most of the morning outdoors with Sawyer and June and their mommy and daddy. Then we celebrated all our March birthdays last night. It was such fun -- I'm again so grateful that our children and their families live close by!
My stash report isn't anything to speak of this week either:
I added that FQ bundle of Kona solids and that's (enough) it!
And then finally, for today's stitching, I'm looking at my March Hex Lab. We were given three options--all of which are flowers from Down Under. I love the look of the "wattle", which I'd never heard of before:
Isn't that beautiful? There's some fly stitching, stem stitching, fishbone stitching, and a feather stitch -- so a nice variety. And most are stitches I've worked before. Mind you, that's the sample piece, definitely not mine!
Here's the template we're given to work with . . .
I love the difference between the template and the finished product! Sure is room for a whole lot of stitching.
Linking up today's post to the Stash Report at Patchwork Times and Kathy's Quilts Slow Sunday Stitching linky party.
Shout to the Lord, all the earth let us sing!