Slow Sunday Stitching
Keeping needle and thread handy at the dining room table means I took a few stitches multiple days during my lunch break. Today I completed the "stamp" edge outline during some Slow Sunday Stitching. This Lizzie Kate cross-stitch's details are filling in--now there are birdie feet and a tree branch added today too.
This week's lunch stitching should complete this little project as the leaf and birdie details won't take long, and after I add the month name in the bottom the fill-in will be fairly mindless. I'll try not to jump ahead in thinking of What To Stitch Next, though I have in mind to make a black-work monogram initial for my younger grandson's Hunter's room. His older brother Cove has this Fox that I stitched for his room when he was born:
Hunter, who turned one several weeks ago, is now taking a few steps. I visited those precious boys on Friday and Hunter took a bunch of steps to get to me--his Mama said it was the best he had walked yet! Loved that. Then we all played in the backyard for awhile and I chased Cove around, and hefted Hunter on the slide and swing. My arms sure were sore later. Here's Hunter ready for the beach on a recent warm day.
Linking up with Kathy's Quilts Slow Sunday Stitching.