It has been a little while again since I last posted and I thought it was time for a bit of a catch up with what I've been doing.
One the first things I have been doing was to crochet a little owl for my grand-daughter. This little owl is currently making it's way to her new home. I hope little Sophie will like her!!
I also finally sent my Family Tree Memory Quilt to my Father-in-law for his 90th birthday. Although we had the party to celebrate in September. His actual birthday is in December. Since you last saw this quilt I decided that it needed a bit more colour, so I added some red buttons to the tree to give it a bit of a 'pop'. He was delighted with the quilt which made me very happy.
I recently had a visit from my youngest daughter and while she was here we got out some of the Christmas decorations which included some of my favourite Christmas quilts. We had a lot of fun putting them in place.
Since the beginning of December I have been taking part in a Christmas stitch-a-long. This is being hosted by Helen Stubbings of Hugs n Kisses and is such a lot of fun. It is a mystery project. Each day you are sent a little stitchery pattern to download and stitch. I have been keeping up quite well so far and I am very excited to discover what the mystery project will be!!
Finally, I crocheted another gift for a family member but, as her birthday is later this month, I am not revealing the finished project. That will have to wait until next time. In the meantime, in case I don't get back here until after the Christmas and New Year holidays, I wish you all a very merry time!!
Your crocheted owl is precious. I'm sure your granddaughter will love it. That memory tree is so incredible. I compared this photo to your earlier photo of it and the red buttons really made it perfect. I know you enjoyed having your daughter help you decorate for Christmas. I wish you a happy holiday season!ReplyDelete
Hi Christine great to see you posting again my friend,i always love seeing your beautiful work,Sophie will love her new owl its so cute and look at all thos beautiful xmas projects you have decorated your home with,hope you have a lovely weekend my friend xxReplyDelete
Thank you so much for visiting me and for leaving such a lovely comment Shez. It's always fun decorating for Christmas and I know you enjoy it as much as I do!! Have a lovely weekend! Christine xxDelete
Your adorable owl and sweet family tree are going to make the recipients very happy! I've loved watching your little mystery stitcheries on IG--so cute! Have a great weekend!ReplyDelete
Your wee owl is adorable and sure to be loved! I really like the family tree too - I'm interested in genealogy so this would be right up my alley. And I'm looking forward to seeing what the mystery project will be...the stitcheries look fabulous so it has to be good.ReplyDelete
Meant to wish you a happy Christmas!!ReplyDelete
Ooo I am loving that owl . I have owls all around my home. Your Christmas sticheries and quilts are beautiful too. Lots of happy stitching at your place.ReplyDelete
so schöne Arbeiten sind hier zu sehen. Sophie wird sich ganz bestimmt über die niedliche Eule freuen. Ganz toll ist der Memory Quilt. Auch die Stickereien gefallen mir. Nette Motive.
I really like the owl! The embroidery is really lovely too.ReplyDelete
I love the mystery project - so charming! That owl is so cute!ReplyDelete
I love the owl, so cute!ReplyDelete
The red buttons were just he right thing for your Tree of Life!
The little stitcheries are so cute, and I look forward to seeing what you do with them! Your mystery crochet looks cute too!
Wishing you and yours a Very Happy Christmas!