I am lost without handwork to do. I enjoy it, but more, I need it for its ability to let me sit while, at the same time, accomplishing something and to give me time to think while I do a (mostly) mindless activity.
The last handwork I had prepared before my husband's bout in the hospital was stitching the binding to the back of a quilt. Now that I've finished that I have nothing in the que: no quilt layered and pinned and not not even a backing ready; no applique pattern already cut and ready to stitch, nor one in mind, either. In fact, I don't even have any hand mending.
The best I can come up with today is some unstitching of blocks
partially stitched by another quilter who decided she didn't want them.
I have nothing in particular in mind for these, I just know I won't
use them as they are.
Though I have no slow stitching, I can imagine myself nestled into a comfortable chair, slowly stitching . . . .
And I hope I'll have some hand work ready by the end of this week. I hope!
Wishing you a peaceful, restful Sabbath.
I'm linking this post to Slow Sunday Stitching at Kathy's Quilts.