Tuesday, May 24, 2016

Pennies from Heaven ~ Volume 10

Two days after returning from Ohio, my sister and I headed down for a quick visit with our parents.
Mom and I both finished our Maggie Club kit (from Country Sampler) for April.


She decided to use some variegated perle cotton.

Mom being her usual prolific self, has made good progress
on "Flower Baskets" by Wooden Spool Designs.

and completed "Jenny Penny" by Little Red Hen

My sister has been productive as well.

She completed this beautiful color block scarf.

and finished this gorgeous shawl.
(She finished this on our trip and says that it still needs to be blocked.)

I love both the color and design.

Pam also finished all of the blocks in this year long afghan sampler.

So pretty with all of their detail!

Mom also shared her EPP progress. We laid all of the flowers out to get a feel for how many she has created.

We debated quilt versus bed scarf. I voted bed scarf, so that she can finish sooner and move on to the next EPP project ;)

we also discussed how to finish it off...

I worked on some EPP as well - finishing another star.

To be a part of "Stars in the Garden" by Yellow Creek Quilt Designs.
Next week, my sister and I are headed back down for another quick visit.
I'll let you know if there is anything new to share...
I bet there will be ;)
There is still time to enter my little giveaway here.
"God is not unjust; he will not forget your work and the love you have shown him as you have helped his people and continue to help them. We want each of you to show this same diligence to the very end, so that what you hope for may be fully realized."
~Hebrews 6:10-11
Blessings, Patti


Rugs and Pugs said...

You are all so talented and accomplish so much!
Hugs :)

Marilyn said...

You all do beautiful work.

Heartland Stitcher said...

Very talented and productive family! Beautiful work.

Prims By The Water said...

What a talented family.Love everything. Great job! Janice

Mary Thompson said...

I picked up the Stars in the Garden pattern and 3/8" hexagons at Yelliw Creeks booth at Paducah AQS show. Now that I have seen your progress, I am ready to start. Will you be framing yours?