What would I do without my Sugarplum project? Everything else is constantly in flux, but I always seem to have news about this stocking. I am still stitching while I work and now the toe of the stocking is done.
From the CJC files, I have been working on La-D-Da's "A Big Flower Sampler" and made good progress. I love how curvy and organic this project is.
Last night I finished framing a project I stitched in 2009. In 2007 Sharon sent me a crazy-wonderful RAK that included Blackbird Designs "Garden of Life," fully kitted. It has been in the cedar chest waiting for framing inspiration. Earlier this year I moved my finishes out of the cedar chest and decided it was past time to get this beauty on the wall.
Now it is time to get busy with the dreaded 1980's quilt project. The guild UFO challenge ends in May. I have decided to use prairie points for the binding. I love prairie points! Oh, and I don't have enough fabric for prairie points so shopping is required. I love shopping! Would anyone like to predict whether or not I can locate some pastel calico fabric that will look right with this 25 year old quilt top? Wish me luck!