Chooky convened another meeting of the Chookshed Stitchers on Saturday. We all gathered on zoom to celebrate 11 years since the Chookshed was installed in her garden.
Although I do have a project set aside as my zoom project, it really is not calling to me and I had a few other things lined up for my attention. Firstly I had some small quilts waiting for their binding to be stitched closed.
Firstly a coffee mat, for the coffee machine to sit on.
Next up was another small quilt for the kitchen, this time something to protect my new frying pans.
It turned out a little larger than needed. I must have remembered the numbers wrong. LOL
Better too big than too small.
Both of those projects were made using up scraps and off cuts.
Next up, more binding, this time a UFO. I finally got the binding on to my Frivol.
Another item checked off the list.
Then I picked up my cross stitch Lorikeets. I had decided that as I had worked on them at Scrub Stitchin' I should make a note of that fact.
I'll leave them in this hoop and add a felt backing.
Ready to hang.
I also did some crochet for a while. My little white and pink blanket is growing.
Then the call of EPP grew strong and I collected up some papers and more fabric scraps.
Then cut and glued, making a little pile of 2 inch hexies ready to sew together.
As always it was great to spend time with like minded people. We cut and sewed and chatted the day away. It was a great day.
Thank you Chooky.