I don’t know about the rest of you, but I am having a heck of a time with the time change this year. I can’t sleep past 4:30 in the morning! That’s a full hour before the coffee turns on!!! As well, I’ve been fighting a seasonal cold that seems to be lingering on far too long.
Stitching has been slow this week. I’ve been catching up on my little letters – a freebie at Temecula Quilt Company. Two more rows and the alphabet will be complete.
One of the granddaughters wanted a nun’s habit for her saint’s speech at school. I had fun creating this one.
I FINALLY finished my D4P quilt. I put flannel on the back so it will be soft and cuddly for the winter months.
My niece had asked me if I would make her husband a t-shirt quilt from his stack of treasured shirts that were taking up space on a shelf in the closet. We had fun arranging them and I am sure he will enjoy his Christmas gift from her. I just hope he isn't upset that we cut up his shirts. ;-)
Most of my slow stitching this week has taken the form of counted cross stitch. I am trying to get this stocking done for Christmas this year.
The kids and grandkids were all here for Halloween. I loved this picture of two of the little ones. It makes me wonder what was going through his mind.
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