Happy Canada Day! I made these pillows last year to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday and they are out on display again this year. We added a metal Maple Leaf to our shed this year.
The new fence was installed over the last few weeks and we finally got our gardens put back together this weekend. We managed to keep all of our plants alive in pots while the construction of the fence was underway and now they are back in their new spots in the gardens.
There's still more gardening to do and we will keep working away at it over the next few weeks. We are pleased with the new fence.
Here's where I left off last time I reported in about my Frank Lloyd Wright Fountain Glass Cross Stitch project. I managed some stitching time this week and hope to work on this today again.
The big yellow blobby part will look better after I add the outlining.
I love the polka dots!
I spent some time this evening quilting my swap quilt for the London Modern Quilt Guild. The quilts are to be done by our next meeting in two weeks. This is an in progress picture. I don't want to reveal the finished quilt until my swap partner receives her quilt. I have cut out the binding and hope to put it on this week--I like to have my projects done well in advance of deadlines.
Here is a recent picture of my daughter's dog, Finn. He had a bath and was quite fluffy afterwards. Time for a snooze.
I will be linking up with Kathy and the other slow Sunday Stitchers in the morning.