I am beginning to put my version of Crabapple Hill’s Summer Kitchen quilt together. It is a slow process, even if this part is done by machine.
Our family has decided to keep our grand daughter home this year rather than send her off to junior kindergarten, a decision I fully support. However that means we are doing some of the schooling with her which gobbles up time. But it is time well worth spending. I squeeze in a bit of machine sewing here and there.
In the evenings I am continuing to stitch on my Noah’s Ark BOM, also from Crabapple Hill.
The ark is finished, except for the anchor and a few of the flowers. I’ll continue with it after I post this and link up to Kathy’s Slow Sunday Stitching.
The Summer Kitchen quilt is just adorable! Looks like a lot of fun to stitch those cute designs!ReplyDelete
Summer Kitchen is truly gorgeous. It abounds with whimsical design and pretty colour. Noah's Ark is a beauty too. Your granddaughter sounds as if her schooling will not suffer at all. She will thrive with all the home teachers in her life.ReplyDelete
I love the Summer Kitchen quilt. I like that swag of teacups and the row of cupcakes. Oh no, now I am craving tea and cupcakes. Noah's ark is very pretty. It is hard to learn from home, but I am sure your little granddaughter will learn all she needs to right now. I am thankfully able to work both my high school and university positions from home. Stay safe.ReplyDelete
Nice work, especially the Ark.ReplyDelete
Lovely progress on your kitchen quilt and the Ark is just awesome.ReplyDelete