I'm really close to finishing this book. It was our book club selection for January.
I'd like to finish this little Ursula Schertz frog. There's not much left to do.
And this little sweater only needs the side seams sewn up and the the tails buried.
And now, why not take a look at what other Canadian's are doing this week.
The Needle and Thread Network is a wonderful site where you can see other Works In Progress on this Wednesday.
Hi Delores...thanks for stopping by to comment. The nine patches that you asked about....I quilted in the ditch and diagonaly though each square...ReplyDelete
Did a google and that sounds like an interesting book. My family were bombed out in London and my brother was sent to Scotland to live with our granny. Thankfully she was able to take him in otherwise he would have been shipped to who knows where like some of the children in the day.ReplyDelete
Hope you could finish the book! I've never heard of the book.ReplyDelete
I haven't heard the name Ursula Schertz for a long time. Can't really figure out the frog yet LOL
Love the little sweater. Very pretty colors!
Such a moving book - it made me admire Ben Wicks art even more!ReplyDelete
Right now I am trying to decide whether or not to start a crochet sweater for me or a knit sweater for a nephew!
Great little sweater and the frog will be extra cute too.ReplyDelete
The sweater is very sweet. The frog will be adorable. The book looks intriguing.ReplyDelete
A Happy New Year to you. Love the curtains in the previous post. That little jumper is so cute. Good luck with your embroidery of the frog.
You are busy! What a cute little frog, and that sweater is too sweet!ReplyDelete
So much to do - and you're getting it all done! Lovely sweater! And looks like an interesting book!ReplyDelete
What a sweet sweater, Dolores. Good luck with your finishes!ReplyDelete
Well this Canadian is not doing any sewing, I'm telling you that much! LOL Wait, I lied...I did sew on a button yesterday! hehe It sounds like you've been keeping yourself busy and I love seeing the projects you're working on. xoxoReplyDelete
I haven't heard of the book either but I'm always looking for a good one.ReplyDelete
I looked up that book and it sounds very interesting. I was hoping to find it in ebook version at the library but no luck yet.ReplyDelete