Welcome! We seem to have had a long spring of a winter here in NC and Virginia. Not that I am complaining... with all the travelling our family and friends have done in February and March to the mountains of Virginia, mild weather has been a true blessing. There was no ice and only a day's worth of snow (beautiful snow.) My sister's driveway is almost a quarter of a mile dirt & gravel narrow road, though I could have sworn it was a third of a mile when I hiked up it. So when they get their typical 6-8 inches of snow and ice every couple of weeks, navigating it can be a bit tricky, even after Swede has applied his fantabulous tractor to it. If the winter had been as normal, Mom would not have had her precious time with so many of our far flung relatives.
While sitting with Mom in February, I stitched on a Hop to It block, a couple of my hexi flowers as well as making a bunch of connectors. Handstitching brings great comfort to me... so timeless, I'm not the only one who has sat by a loved one's bed and stitched my heartache and hope into fabric creating beauty through tears. Whenever I look at those blocks I will always remember where I was and whom I was with.... preserving memories and prayers with each stitch.
Here's a photo of the two hexi's I completed....
There are quite a number of folk who link in at Karen's blog to post our progress each Wednesday....To take a look, click here: Journey of a Quilter One Flower Wednesday Thanks for dropping by... so many of you gave us great strength over the last difficult month.... thank you.