I *did* get in some good stitching time over the weekend . . . yay!! And I managed to play in a wide variety of mediums/techniques, too, so double points for me!
I started off the weekend by tackling the sixth block for my fairy frosted orphan project . . .
I think this block fits right in with the other five, don't you think?
Oh yeah -- can't even tell it's not an original! LOL! I didn't get the short block fixed. Fiddle-dee-dee. There's always next weekend, right? ;)
I also set my hand up for this little wool trick . . .
Hahaha! Get it? Card Tricks in Wool! I'll be slow stitching on this for the next week. I like having projects like this on hand for evening slow stitching. I can't wait to share a finished photo of it!
Sarah, who's one of my favorite enablers, caught my interest in her 'thirds' hexie project, so I decided to order some templates for myself. I had lots of Civil War fabric left from an earlier project and decided it need to be put to use . . .
Have no idea where I'm going with this.
Only that I need to do a LOT more, Hahaha! That's okay -- more evening stitching, right?
I also added to my fabric "Fabergé" eggs collection. Another great use for frosted fairy scraps.
My bunnies are so happy! So am I. I'm really digging these fabric eggs!
And look who we found out and about this weekend in the sanctuary . . .
He's so happy to be above ground! In honor of his 'coming out' for spring, let me share a link to this darling, darling, EPP stuffed turtle ~ Tilly the Turtle ~ to be precise. Another dear "Sarah" friend (who's local and also a pretty good enabler) sent me the link. The tutorial and pattern are free on Abby Glassenberg's blog, While She Naps. TOO CUTE! Hmmmm. That block that needs repair may have to wait yet another weekend...I think this weekend might see some turtle stitching!