I had a busy day yesterday--I went to the local Farmer's Market, did the laundry, dishes, cleaned up a corner of the garage, had a picnic lunch with my dad and went for a walk in the park with him, followed by errands, reading in the gazebo, dead-heading some flowers in the garden and watering my plants. Whew! By the time the evening arrived, I was ready for some ME time in the sewing room! My regular readers will know that I attended a couple of classes with Jacquie Gering this past week. You can see my post about the first class here. I had a few more houses to complete when I got home so I made a couple on Thursday night when Christine was here to sew and completed the third one last night. Here they are:
I call this one "Penthouse".
Would you like to live in this apartment building?
I needed one more house with a green background and had very little green fabric left so I had to piece it to build this house, "Corner Window".
I will work on a layout for my houses sometime soon.
I also made one more liberated sampler block--this one is a pinwheel. I have 9 blocks made for this quilt now--there will be 64 blocks. They are 6" blocks. You can see the rest of my blocks here.
Cathy and I often FaceTime to sew together. She is doing a giant EPP project and I work on my counted cross stitch snowmen. It's fun to chat while we sew. I worked on the snow and a little bird. I love how technology lets me sew with a friend without the travel time!
I hope for some gazebo sewing time later today to add some more stitches to this project.
I am linking up with Kathy and the other Slow Sunday Stitchers. Have a great day!