Wednesday, May 4, 2016

A Sew-full Day

Tuesdays are my Sit ‘N Sew day with friends, a time I treasure and try to protect.  Yesterday was a pretty productive one.

Two anti-ouch pouches.  I really like this butterfly fabric that came in the kits.

Several triangle units for my Sue Garman Good Golly project.

And during the evening, I worked on a little landscape piece from one of the Karen Eckmeier workshops I attended in April.  I'll have to post a picture at a later date because I forgot to take one.

I regularly pass this Kildee’s nest on my walks.  The focus is not great because I was keeping my distance when taking this photo.  Even so Mama and Papa Kildee were putting on quite a “chase me, I have a broken wing” show.

I had hoped to indulge in Quilt-Cam last night; but, sadly, modern technology failed me.  After several page crashes on two different devices, I gave it up.  Had I been thinking clearly, I might have tried one of the archived sessions.

1 comment:

Kathy ... aka Nana said...

It's odd ... what you all call "killdees" in Texas we call "killdeers" here in Illinois. I remember a few years back, when our subdivision had only a half dozen houses, finding a killdee/killdeer nest in a neighbor's landscaping. We still had our dogs so we always got off the sidewalk and I to the street when passing their house so we wouldn't upset mama killdee/killdeer.