Sunday, July 26, 2015

More Slow Stitching

Those fabric pieces from last Sunday are now sewn together to make blocks for April and May. Getting June and July prepped now.



Then I needed borders for my patriotic quilt from here. It took longer to press this top afterwards than it did to sew it. (or so it seemed)


Jim and I visited the Castle Museum in Saginaw to see a Lego display depicting buildings from Saginaw. It was amazing! I can't imagine how many hours and the skill involved in this undertaking.


Linking up with Kathy for her Slow Stitching Sunday. Have a great week!

6 comments:

Quilter Kathy said...

Your hand stitched blocks look so pretty!
And your finished top is lovely too :)
Thanks for linking up!

Ivani said...

Your hand stitched blocks looks pretty perfect.
I also linked up to Slow Sunday Stitching;
Have a Great week

Ivani said...

Your hand stitched blocks looks pretty perfect.
I also linked up to Slow Sunday Stitching;
Have a Great week

scraphappy said...

You are making quick work of those blocks. They will be done before you know it. Pressing does seem to take a long time. It is worth it to have a nice smooth top for quilting though.

The Cozy Quilter said...

Nice blocks. I hand pieced some blocks many years ago. They are still not made into a quilt. Have fun with your stitching

Alycia said...

The lego place looks amazing! Love your quilt!!