It’s hard to do a post when most of the stitching I’ve done lately is secret. I’ve done some baking, but nothing photo worthy. I belong to two Guilds and have attended parties at each of them in the past week. Tons of good food, little gifts, and lots of fun and laughter. Tomorrow our small sewing group is having our last meeting of the year, and we’re incorporating a cookie exchange.
I forgot to mention that at our Retreat last month, one of the quilters surprised us and brought pin cushions for all the attendees!
I named mine “Little Bee Peep”. At one of the Guilds last week, our favors were slightly larger chicken pin cushions. And at the other Guild last night, we had a pin cushion exchange! A girl can never have too many pin cushions!
Although RSC15 is finished, I still need more Dresden plates, so I made an aqua one earlier this week. Now I need to lay them all out to decide on one last color, as I need 12 for the layout I chose.
Many of the ladies are starting to put together their rainbow scrappy quilts, so pop over to Angela’s blog to see what everyone has been up to all year. She’s also making plans for RSC16 if you’re interested in joining the fun in the new year.
When I woke up Sunday morning it was very foggy and frosty, and I wanted to grab my camera and go looking for some frosty pictures, but I was meeting a friend for church, so I wasn’t able to go. Imagine my excitement when I woke up to fog again on Monday morning!!
Tomorrow might be foggy again!!
I received my Christmas postcard a couple of days ago from Debbie in Canada. This is for a swap that Sheila organizes several times a year. If you haven’t joined before it, you should try it!!
I’ve never received a postcard with binding before. It’s awesome!! Thank you so much Debbie. And thanks to Sheila as well for organizing the swaps.
I must go prepare for tomorrow’s sewing group. I’m sure loving the retired life!
Keep on stitching…….Sunny