Slow Stitching Sunday

I’m finally starting to see the other side of this cold. But I haven’t spent much time in the sewing room this week. However, I have gotten some hand sewing done on my Brinton Hall quilt.

I’ve made most of this progress due to the recent discovery of the TV show, Doc Martin. It is a BBC TV series, available on Netflix. I’m not much of a TV watcher but I do like British TV.

It is time for me to start preparing the hexies for the corners. I hope to dig through some scraps for that today.

I received a big envelope of bow tie blocks yesterday from a swap hosted by Barb over at Fun with Barb. Aren’t they lovely?

We woke up to much frost this mornin. The birdbath is now a bird skating rink.

The frost on the grass is so pretty!

Hope you are able to get some slow stitching in today.

Linking up with Kathy’s Quilts


About katyquilts

I am a wife, mom of four amazing adult kids, and a former librarian. I love making everything from traditional quilts to art quilts. I am thankful to God my Father and Creator for the gift of creativity!
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15 Responses to Slow Stitching Sunday

  1. La says:

    Hubby and I loved Doc Martin.
    Also the Canadian series: Heartland. We’re recuperating and have watche 3-4 episodes today.

  2. Maureen says:

    Your Brinton Hall hexies look nice. We had a touch of frost this morning too. Winter is on the way!

  3. Edwina Finet says:

    It took three tries for me to like Doc Martin, but I do now. The scenery and music, plus the other characters helped me get past his mean disposition. Enjoy!

  4. Gail says:

    Heavy frost here this morning too. Hope you are soon feeling back to your normal self. At least you got some stitching done!

  5. CathieJ says:

    No frost here yet thankfully. Those bow ties are so pretty. What a nice swap. Your Brinton Hall quilt is growing niceley. It looks so elegant.

  6. Deb says:

    I’ll have to check out that show. I’ve been doing the British baking show. The poor birds with the bird bath – hope it warmed up to melt for them to drink.

  7. Gina says:

    I’m glad you are starting to feel better. THose bow ties are great. I’m looking forward to seeing what you do with them xx

  8. glad you’re feelling better. it’s getting a bit colder here, too. more time for sewing, I say! I like the BBC on Netflix, too. have you watched rosemary and thyme? or larkford to candlerise? I like midsommer murders, too. i’ll have to look up doc martin.

  9. Yes, Doc Martin is a grand show. After being off the air, it has been brought back to BBC. Our friends across the Pond may enjoy while we wait; unless you wish to purchase the DVDs that is. Enjoy feeling better!

  10. Donna Minter says:

    This is a reminder to me that it is time to take down my bird bath so ice doesn’t crack it. Hope you are felling better soon. Your quilt is looking fantastic!

  11. I love Doc Martin too… such a fun show with interesting characters.
    Glad you are feeling better…slow stitching is like taking medicine, so double up on that!

  12. vivjm says:

    Your hexies are coming along beautifully. Best wishes for a continued good recovery from your cold bug

  13. allisonreidnem says:

    Beautiful frost photos. It is ridiculously mild in the UK. I did the half hour walk to Church this morning without a coat let alone gloves or hat! Glad you are enjoying Doc Martin and making steady progress with the hexies ☺

  14. Luann says:

    Your leaf picture is quite inspiring. I woke up to 59 degrees. I’m loving the chill in the air. Two days ago it was mid 80s and 98% humidity, a bit too much for this Midwesterner! The rains are due back in again tonight, and they’re calling for 2-4 more inches. I do believe I’m getting used to ‘rain forest’ conditions. LOL
    Take it slow as those nasty bugs are always looking for the over-extended person to jump on.

  15. Kathy says:

    We had frost here, too, this morning. I’m glad that you were at least able to do a little hand stitching while you were feeling under the weather. Your Brinton Hall is looking fabulous … I can’t wait to see it grow. Love those bow tie blocks you received from the swap … are those two single ones to the right smaller than the swap blocks?

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