But I'm whooping today because I finally finished machine quilting my Tiny Tuesday quilt top. Whoop whoop! My To-Do Tuesday friends will know this is a big deal because it's been on my list every week for this whole month. Now to make the binding and get it sewn on for hand-stitching. Hopefully this afternoon!
Gray thread on a gray background means you can't even tell it is quilted,
but I assure you it is! :)
I also have two of the four embroidery blocks finished for my blue and white quilt. I love how this is looking!
I have always loved collecting shells, stones, and sea glass when we visit the beach, and I have all kinds of bowls and containers full of my treasures scattered around our house. So, it was fun to come across this book at our library the other day, and I'm enjoying reading it.
It's about several artisans who live on the islands along the coast of Maine who make all kinds of jewelry and art with the sea glass they collect.
I loved this photo of the family with handfuls of sea glass!
Here is my tiny collection! :)
Small, but treasured!
This week, I'm also enjoying this book, and I keep recommending it to everyone!
Something I love about historical fiction is that you learn a lot about the setting and time period of the story as you read, and with this book I'm learning a lot because I knew very little about Cuba before I started it.
Hope you're having a great week! I'm joining in with LeeAnna at Not Afraid of Color for "I Like Thursday!"