Wednesday, 14 September 2016

Some Slow Stitching Yesterday.

Monday night I finally chose my wool for the latest Buttermilk Basin letter O and got the O stitched down.  I went to my guild meeting and started adding some snow to it.
 By the time Gloria Loughman was ready to speak I got this far.  Time to put it away and listen to the first of two lectures she was giving our guild.  We had both a day and evening chapter.
 Later at home I was finished and put them up on the wall for a group picture.  I'm loving how this is coming together.
 I love how quickly the O came together.  Hopefully this Friday the W will appear.  Although with her new store opening I have a feeling it may be late.

7 comments:

WoolenSails said...

Love the colors you are using, really unique and different.
I got mine started but too tired at night and need to catch up on other things, so hopefully they will get done soon and the new one is tomorrow, ugh.

Debbie

The little book of Nessie said...

You are going well with this project. It is looking good! Regards, Nessie

Karen in Breezy Point said...

Your colors are so fun! It's so hard to wait for the next block--we are getting close to the end!!

Susan said...

You are making a wonderful quilt. I love your blocks and that you have kept up with everything. You are definitely prolific. =)

Kyle said...

I love how your blocks are looking laid out. I'm afraid I'm behind. So I'm glad this month will be the last letter.

Anna Bates said...

I can't wait for WWWWWW

KaHolly said...

Oh, my goodness! It will be so sweet when it's all put together! XO