Wednesday, February 10, 2016

WIP Wednesday Time

I have a laundry list of things that I am working on. 
 I am frantically trying to get some things finished up before we go on vacation.  
We have the first of the three weddings this weekend.  
My middle daughter's best friend is getting married.  I am still stitching on the binding for her quilt.  
I am down to my last 18 inches or so.

Someone, was a little put out that I was trying to sew while she was trying to nap!  
To show how put out she was she turned her back on me.  
Silly kitty.


I had to get some bee blocks finished and ready to put into the mail.  I eeked those out last night.



Linking up with Let's Bee Social 
and 
WIP Wednesday 

I have a couple of blocks to sew for a secret project but still need to pick up the instructions and fabric for that.  
Hopefully this week as they are due while we are on vacation, 
so they need to be done before we leave.

I also want to make another Infinity scarf for my daughter that will be coming home this weekend.  She is a huge fan of Sloths.  
I found some really cute Sloth fabric and thought I would make her a scarf. 
 Those don't take too long though.  


Ash Wednesday is today, so church tonight and then I need to put the finishing touches on the house.
Getting ready for company is so stressful.  
DD is bringing her boyfriend with her so the house needs to look nice.  

This is the first time he will be at our home and I want to make a good impression!
(Just close the sewing room door and step away from that room, LOL)

What are you working on??

~XOP~


3 comments:

Charlene S said...

I know the feeling about wanting to make a good impression but it is better for them to know who you are from the start and less stressful for you. LOL

Bettina Groh said...

love the bee blocks and the sloth material!!! I'd like to try a bee block so out comes the graph paper!!

Santee Bobbie said...

The sloth material is great. I do know about that "close the door and step away". Been there, done that; but when you need to help future DIL pick out pattern and fabric to start on the quilting road it all goes out the window. Oh well, here's hoping she didn't get too scared.

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