Sunday, 17 July 2022

BOOKS AND APPLIQUE

 

My applique is coming along nicely with all the pumpkins, 2 leaves and a raven done. Just one more oak leaf, the other raven and a decision to be made on whether to use teeny buttons for the eyes or to stitch them. I must say that stitching black on black was almost like stitching without looking because I couldn't see much at all despite using my Daylight lamp. I was going to complete it today but too much appliquing has created a bit of pain in my fingers so I shall probably put it aside until tomorrow.




2 more books have been read since my last post. I only had a couple of chapters left to read of Victoria Purman's book and the other one was a quick read. I personally think The Nurses' War is her best one. My apologies for the blurry pic. I took it without my glasses on.




I haven't read this next author's books before but she was suggested for those who read Victoria Purman. A similar genre but not as enjoyable for me.



It is a very cold and wet day here today. I am waiting for the rain to stop so I can put the compost out and put some rubbish in the bin without having to put my parka on.

Thanks for stopping by .






5 comments:

  1. Good progress on your applique. I will be glad when this winter is over....so wet and cold. The upside is that it is good reading and stitching weather.

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  2. Black is never easy to sew is it! But coming along nicely. xx

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  3. Nice progress with your appliqué. Hope your weather improves a bit.... we are having a heatwave here! Christine xx

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  4. Black is very hard to sew but the applique is looking great.... I just started listening to a Victoria Purman.... coincidence.
    Hugz

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  5. The stitching on the applique really brings them to life doesn't it. Black is really difficult to sew. Always good to hear about good to read books.

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