After working on the tan quilt with blue stars -- wonderfully calm and serene, possibly even dull -- I'm ready for sewing with brights again.
I cut out several small hearts and chose light backgrounds. I'll stitch one or more of these today if I can manage time to stitch.
Light and bright inside is just what I need with today's greyest of days. (Of course, these photos were taken with a flash. What can you do when the midday light outside looks like dusk?)
Kathy asked us to post a photo of our hoop -- whatever kind we use. This is my 14" wooden hoop, the only one I've ever used for quilting. It's so comfortable and it's edges worn smooth. When I broke it a few years ago I could bear the thought of breaking a new one so I fixed it. Drill, string, a piece of another hoop, some adhesive tape, and it's as good as new (and probably stronger, too).
Happy Sabbath to you.
I'm linking this post to Slow Sunday Stitching at Kathy's Quilts. Thanks for hosting, Kathy.