I have started my scarf to match...I found an easy pattern on Ravelry. knit 2, knit one in the back, pearl one. Rinse and repeat. I like the texture! The scarf will be a lower priority over the next while as I work on Christmas gifts.
I finally quilted my Whistlestop quilt, a pattern by Christine at Tessalated Quilts. I made the top a while ago and just never got around to quilting it until now. Again, more green!
My modern sampler quilt has most of the backing pieced with fabrics leftover from the front of the quilt as well as other fabrics from my stash. I have one more piece to add at the top and then I can take this to the long armer. It is a twin sized quilt and too big for me to quilt on my DSM.
This quilt is an Elgin Piecemakers comfort quilt for a chemo patient at our local hospital. Lynn put the blocks together and I am doing the binding. I have lots of slow stitching to keep me busy this weekend! I made the boat block in the bottom row of the quilt.
I will be linking up with Kathy and the slow Sunday Stitchers on Sunday morning, as well as the Rainbow scrap challenge folks on Saturday morning and at Frederique's blog too on Saturday. I am off to work on some Christmas gifts. Yikes! It is December 1st tomorrow!