This week, I finished up the last of the purple plus blocks that I've been hand-piecing for one of my Rainbow Scrap Challenge projects.
All of the hexie flowers were appliqued to their background squares and trimmed up so that I could start adding sashing and cornerstones. That changed them from a slow-stitching project to a machine project, so I'll take them off my Sunday list for awhile, until I'm ready to hand quilt this little quilt.
Just a few flowers for an example - there are nine of them in the whole quilt.
For today's slow stitching, I'm back to the teacup full of flowers, where I've been adding green stems and leaves and little yellow flowers.
The stitch for the yellow flowers was a new one to me - called the Woven Wheel stitch. I had to look it up and found this great graphic from The Spruce Crafts site. It turns out to be a fun stitch to do, and there are a few more to finish up.
I'm stitching away and sharing at Kathy's Quilts for Slow Sunday Stitching!