Sunday, June 8, 2014

June Week 1 Progress Report

This  month has started out pretty good. I did get caught up with client quilting at the end of last month. Monday when I went out to the LQS I took all the quilts out with me so they could be picked up.
Tuesday-at another LQS to help with her Customer Appreciation Sale.
Wednesday-sat at the hospital cause a friend was having surgery. Everything went fine and dandy.
Thursday through Saturday-back at the LQS for the rest of the sale (went from Tuesday-Saturday).
On my way into the sale on Saturday morning I just HAD to make a stop at a yard sale. This is what I came away with.

What can I say. I just had to have it. This one is actually a 220V. The grey thingy is the power converter so you can plug into 110.

Today, I was actually going to get some stuff done (samples for the LQS) for Marti & Me for tomorrow out at the LQS, but instead I have done a little planting out in the garden. DH took me out for breakfast and then we watched a movie (Pompeii). Maybe this evening I can go to the "black hole" and do the samples. While I sat and watched the movie I worked on some hand sewing on the hexies I've been working on Hooking up to Slow Stitching Sunday here.

I have about 40 of these done. I know I still need a lot more, but it's a start. I have also started some of the embroidery on the Vintage Tin from Crabapple Hill.

Hopefully now that I am caught up on client quilts I can get to some of my own tops to be quilted, and maybe work on some other projects I have started.
That's it for now.
Til later,
Hugs & Stitches,


  1. I had jacks (a game) as a kid and these hexies remind me of a pile of jacks!!!

  2. What a cool hexie project! I love the Crabapple Hill patterns.
    Thanks for linking up!

  3. I love how you have made your hexies ! Sounds like all the commitments are done so you can enjoy some sewing and stitching for you. Have a great summer.

  4. What a neat layout you are using for your hexies! It is a good feeling to get caught up. I have done Over the River by Crabapple Hill designs, they have such great embroidery patterns.

  5. I love those colorful hexies.

  6. Pretty hexies. I'm way behind on making mine.