Thank you, Barbara - I just LOVE it!! My favorite colors, one of my favorite fabrics and the workmanship is incredible!! :-)) Pretty soon Janet, I'm going to have a wall of small quilts just like you!! Woo! Hoo!!
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And Linda is #55!! Linda does not have a blog, so I can't send you over to visit her but this is what she said:
HI! I LOVE ALL SIZES! USUALLY WORK WITH 5" CHARM PACKS.THANKS FOR SHARING! and that she is a HAPPY FOLLOWER; BLOG LOVIN'!
Linda, be sure to send me your snail mail address so I can send all your goodies to you!!
Thank you all for your great comments and all your help!! It looks like 5" is the big favorite but that a lot of you like 6" as you feel that size is more versatile!!
This week I started a new knitting project. I am trying to stretch myself, so I am making a lace neck scarf using hand-dyed merino wool with a size 3 needle. I learned quickly on this project that rip it - rip it - rip it is not only a quilting term!!
I did finish the little baby bonnet that I started last Sunday and it turned out sooooooooo cute. The booties are almost done too. I have linked up with Kathy over at Kathy's Quilts. Go check out what others have been working on today!!
I hope everyone enjoys this beautiful day of rest!!
Today I am working on this darling little baby hat. I am using stretch sock yarn so I hope it comes out okay. This is the first time I have ever used a stretch yarn. It also has a cute pair of booties to go with the hat.
I really love the idea of Slow Stitchin' Sunday as it gives me time to be quiet and prepare myself for the upcoming week - and this new week is going to be a doozie!!
I have linked up with Kathy over at Kathy's Quilts. Go check out what others have been working on today!! Thanks for stopping by!!
I have been wanting to find a good way to make rag rugs for the concrete floor (that is now Asparagus green) in my Studio but all of the methods I have looked at or tried were not exactly what I wanted until now ~
This is called "Locker Hooking" and it is so much fun!! Of course, I will be 230 years old before I finish all the rugs I want down in the Studio!! This is my trial piece and I am going to use it as a gift for the lady across the street who knocks on my door every so often and says, "I made dinner (spaghetti, burritos, lasagna to name a few) for 4 and now that our daughter is gone, I have this extra helping - would you please help me out and take it off my hands?" Am I blessed, or what?? :-)
Do you see the big hook? It is a crochet hook on one end and a needle eye on the other. Have any of you done this type of rug hooking?? And oh man, I think it will help greatly with the destashing process!! Woo! Hoo!!
Have a wonderful Sabbath!! Update - Sunday night!!
I just finished my little hotpad and I wanted to brag a bit about it!! Soooooooooo much fun!! And check out Amy C's comment - she's "hooked!!"