Saturday, July 23, 2016

A finish...

I traveled to Philly today to spend the day with my fabulous daughter.   I arrived early and she was not back from the store so I enjoyed my coffee on her deck while I waited.  She has the sweetest set up for the city.   End of a row, paved patio between her house and her detached garage.






I enjoyed my view and my coffee until she got home.  


Creativity is seldom tidy!

Then we got down to business.  She and I spent the day crafting.   She is making a quilt for a co-worker who is leaving to go to law school.                                   I got some pointers from my Thursday night friends on finishing my pin cushion.  They suggested circles of batting in graduated sizes.

 It worked.    I still have a couple of little hiccups to smooth so I need to get out my Purple Thang and ease everything smooth but am happy overall.


 And then there is little Will!  Twelve weeks yesterday.   He is growing like a weed and seems to be a little bit of a ham for the camera.  Lucky me, I get to see him again next weekend.


And another view I never get tired of... it's no wonder the color of pool water is my favorite color






  That's all I've got........stitch on my friends!

7 comments:

butterfly said...

What a great job you have done love your pin box .
What a beautiful baby , Will was my dads name . Hugs to all.

Tina Marie the Willow Witch said...

Love the finished pin keep and the pins are Adorable.
Enjoyed finding your blog!

Robin in Virginia said...

What a wonderful day you had spent with your daughter! Your bargello pincushion looks good. The pool shots are so peaceful. Enjoy your Sunday.

Anonymous said...

Can Will get any cuter? Sounds like you had fun with your daughter. Can't wait until OCMD but maybe will get to see you the end of August when we bring the boys hone. Diane

Stasi said...

Absolutely love the pincushion!!!

Cathy said...

Your pin cushion is wonderful! Great job! And little Will, what a cutie with a sweet smile!
Cathy

Weronika said...

Your pin box looks lovely. Will is such a handsome boy :)