Sunday, November 01, 2015

Slow Sunday Stitching



It's Sunday again and a new month has begun. The fall season is my favourite, so I am always sad when it comes to an end. I spent as much time as possible outside this week, soaking up the warm sunshine and beautiful colours.

Life is Beautiful Block #19


I also finished another block for my Life Is Beautiful quilt. This block pattern is of 4 apples, so I just had to use apples in the photos. Believe me when I tell you these apples were crunchy and delicious, and a great celebration of all things that are wonderful in the fall!

Today I will slow down, breathe, and take a walk on the crunchy autumn leaves that are now covering the ground. And then I will get out my hand stitching, and start my next block.
What are you planning to do on the first day of November? I hope it includes some hand stitching.
If so, link up your blog post below and share your project with us.




14 comments:

  1. My Sundays always include some hand stitching!
    Love your Life is Beautiful block.

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  2. I love crisp apples in the fall too. I will be doing some hand stitching today--finishing the binding on a charity quilt. Have fun stitching today!

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  3. Lovely little design that and we have a bright sunny fresh day here in
    East Yorkshire, a wander amongst dropped leaves sounds perfect here too

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  4. I will be cross-stitching this Sunday. Your block is so pretty and that apple looks delicious. Enjoy the fruits and your Slow Sunday.

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  5. slow stitching almost every day in my house - rarely does a day go by that I do not sit to quilt at my frame

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  6. I love the apple stitchery! It would go well with my apple wool penny rug. Enjoy a slow-downed day!! :)

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  7. The weather is really warm here, so I think a walk in the crunchy leaves is in order for Hubby and me also. Enjoy! I really love that apple block.

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  8. We just got our cooler weather last week and the leaves are just now starting to change. Enjoy your slower pace today.

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  9. Love the Apples block, and I like how you photographed the block with apples and fall leaves just the right touch for an Auntumn look.

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  10. What a perfect block for the time of year Kathy! Those apples look delicious :) It's nearly 2am here now, so I look forward to catching up with everyone tomorrow (afternoon!!!). Have a great week with plenty of stitching.

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  11. Love seeing the progress on Life is Beautiful. We bought apples this week up in the North Georgia mountains...yum!

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  12. Wise woman to spend sometime outdoors while there is still nice weather. I am still enjoying it. Actually, outdoor activities are sidetracking me from sewing.

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  13. Another great block! We have had some exceptionally nice weather in the uk, so like you have been out enjoying it while it lasts!

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