I hope everyone in the US had a very happy Thanksgiving celebration. Hubby and I had a small celebration with my mother-in-law.
There was turkey....
and pumpkin pie.
We video chatted with each of our children and the grandkids.
I have been steadily adding stitches to "Waiting for Santa". I have finished 2 of the 4 pages of stitching with just a little bit of backstitching needed on one of them.
I am well on my way to being halfway done with page number 3. I may be able to finish this stocking for Christmas after all.
I have finished all of the knitting on my grandson's hooded jacket. I need to sew in all the ends, add my label and buy some buttons.
He is 5 months old and the jacket is 18 month size so it will be a while before he can wear it.
I finished another 10 blocks on the Log Cabin Star quilt. There are now 111 out of 196 Log Cabin blocks completed. I already have a start on the next 10 blocks. I am determined to get this quilt completed next year.
A friend from my PTA days contacted me and asked if I wanted some quilt fabric, kits and patterns gratis. I said sure. Her mother is an avid quilter. This is what she dropped off in a bag on my porch. I am so grateful for their generosity.
You can bet that the top fabric is going to be used in the I-spy quilts I plan on making. There is a beautiful garden quilt kit that I want to try to expand my skills.
These plastic fabric bolts will be perfect for storing a few smaller pieces of fabric.
Well, that is all for now.
I will be joining Kathy for some Slow Sunday Stitching. Pop on over to her site to see what other bloggers are stitching.
Thanks for stopping by!