Sunday, November 30, 2014

A Stitching Finish!

I hope all of my blog friends had a happy and healthy Thanksgiving filled with family and friends. My daughter visited us for a week. We didn't rush around doing things. We just enjoyed each other's company. Hubby and I are looking forward to having her visit us again at Christmastime.

I have been lazily working on my Thanksgiving towel. 
I finally finished it on Saturday. It isn't my best stitching, but it is just for my enjoyment.....next year. 
Today it is supposed to be in the 50's here on Long Island. It will be the perfect weather for Hubby to hang the Christmas lights. I will be helping by checking that they work and handing them to him while he is on the ladder. I really just watch the process, but I like to be close in case of emergency.

 I hope to get back to stitching my Christmas gifts. I put them away while my daughter was here as I didn't want her to have any idea about what she might be receiving. 
I am joining Kathy for some Slow Sunday Stitching. Pop on over to her site to see what she and other bloggers are stitching. 
Thanks for stopping by!

11 comments:

The Cozy Quilter said...

I have been working on gifts as well so I can't post pictures of them. Love your turkey towel! Have a good day today!

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

Congrats on the finish / it's very very cute :) We are having the mild weather break where I am as well. Yay!

Kaelyn Angelfoot said...

Very cute!

butterfly said...

Love your stitching , so cute.

Karen in Breezy Point said...

Cute stitching! Be careful with ladder duty!

Cathy said...

Cute towel. I don't think I would want to use it after all that work!

CathieJ said...

Thank you!

CathieJ said...

Thank you!

Katie said...

Too cute! Congrats on the finish.

Rachel said...

That's very cute! Where did you get the towel with cross-stitch fabric in it?

Quilter Kathy said...

Love you towel! I have a bunch of friends who get together every thanksgiving and we call ourselves "the Gobble Gobble Girls"! They would love a gift like this, but I don't want to make 12 of them!