Here is a picture of a UFO. I started this I think about 5 years ago. I haven't worked on it in at least 3 years, and then Becky started the Let's Stitch board, and I worked on it for a couple of hours on 2 different days. I worked on the last 3 bands. I'm going to try to work on it at least once a month. This is VS Christmas Heirloom Sampler.
Here's the newest picture of Lo How A Rose. I've definitely made some progress on this one. Again, it was a challenge on Let's Stitch to stitch on a sampler during the week. So I pulled this one out. It went surprisingly fast. One of my major projects in September was a beginning quilting class. I've always wanted to learn to quilt, but was scared to death when it came to rotary cutting, backing, binding, basically everything. So I had used some money that I had gotten for my birthday to pay for the class. It was one night a week for 4 weeks. At the end of the time, this is what I had finished. Excuse the feet at the bottom.
Here is Suzanne's LHN RR that I finished last week. She wanted something of a nature type piece with at least one tree in it. So I chose portions of LHN 's Acorn Hill for the piece. I really had a great time stitching on it, and I hope that Suzanne liked what I chose. Only 2 more pictures. Sorry for the picture intensive post. Here's a picture of LHN's Strawberry House. This is just so cute in the finished picture that I couldn't resist working on it.
Lastly, I joined a Quilt block of the month club that started this month. It's a Moda University piece called Simply Sophisticated. I received the package on Thursday and couldn't wait to get started. Each package includes enough fabric to finish 2 complete blocks. So here's the first installment. I started and finished these last night. It's made with Blackbird Designs fabric. I can't wait to see what next months blocks look like.
Well, I hope everyone has a great week. I will really try had to post again this week. I'm sorry for the picture intensive and very long post. If you've stuck with me through the whole post Thanks! Take care and happy stitching, quilting, or whatever strikes your fancy!