Sunday, February 2, 2020

Slow Sunday Stitching

I added all the snow on the top of Jingle. If you click on the picture you can see the snowflake confetti. I really don't like stitching confetti so I just sat down and made myself do it.
I started working on the bottom half of Jingle yesterday. Yay! You can see the green ribbon on the right side of the picture under "Enter". 
I finally feel like I am making some progress on this piece. Now I am looking forward to working on it.
I have also added some rows to my hat. 
It is dark and rainy here today which probably explains why the color looks blue rather than lavender. I need to make it 10 inches long so that the bottom can be folded up. I have just about 8 inches completed.

My university job started again this past week. I am only teaching one class so it is somewhat more manageable. I made Individual Chicken Pot Pies last week that I froze. All I have to do is take them out of the freezer when I get home and pop them in the oven.

We have a late dinner, but at least it isn't take-out. Today I want to make some baked ziti and Swedish meatballs to put in the freezer for future dinners. 

I am joining Kathy for some Slow Sunday Stitching. Pop on over to her site to see what other bloggers are stitching. I will add a few more stitches to Jingle in between my cooking.

Thanks for stopping by!


  1. Love your wip. Slow Sunday stitching sounds good. I’ll go take a look though I’m out today. X

  2. your frozen dinners sound great! I need to get some of those little pans for things like that

  3. Gorgeous stitching and hat. I was thinking of having chicken pot pies too!

  4. I know the little bits of snow stitching can be frustrating to do but they really add to it! I really like your hat too, it looks like a nice stitch to do!

  5. Stitching the bits of snow confetti must be tedious, but I love how they look! It's going to be a fun piece! Your chicken pot pies look yummy and convenient.

  6. The confetti on Jingle looks great. Those Chicken Pot Pies look delicious. Fabulous idea to make a few and freeze them so you can heat each one when needed.

    1. That Chicken Pot Pie recipe is really delicious and fairly easy to make....just a little time consuming. We enjoy them on our late work nights.

  7. Your stitching is looking wonderful.
    Good idea to get your meals sorted in front .

  8. Your Jingle stitchery is looking fantastic! Your chicken pot pies look pretty yummy! :)

  9. good luck jumping back into the teaching schedule, I hope you have a little bit more free time this spring.

  10. Cathie: Jingle is such a sweet design, I love the hat I do wish I knew how to crochet.
    Your pot pies look very good and yummy, that is a great idea to make and freeze them, so convenient.



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