It's Wednesday, that is the day we FG ladies meet at Karen's blog 
and admire and encourage each other.
If you like to see some beautiful hexagons
You might like to join in.

My Flower Garden is still growing, 
one could say 
"at the speed of a snail".

Isn't it a cute little fellow?
Thank God we don't have to carry all ours belongings on our back.

One more block finished for "Sweet Nostalgia" 
Hide and Seek, August block.
I just love doing these blocks.

This is a scarf (comforter) I knitted and was very easy,
you just cast on 3 sts. increase one st. at the end of every other pin until you have ca. 130 sts. on the pin, then you start to decrease one st. at the same end until you have only 3 sts. left, you cast off.
It is nice to have multicoloured yarn.

I also made two more blocks for my DJ this week.

Thank you for stopping by,
Until next time,

Happy stitching



I'm back from the Ecumenical Pilgrimage Tour  in Italy
with True Life In God.
We were 800 people from 60 countries. Amongst us were about 100 clergy:
Cardinal, Archbishops, Bishops, Priests, Monks and Nuns.
It was a very difficult tour, the day started between 5 and 6 in the morning
and lasted until 11 at night.

I did not sew one stitch the whole week.
My sewing remained in my suitcase.

I'm glad and thankful for this tour and I'm also very glad to be home again.

We visited many Churches and the floors captivated me,
 I was always thinking of patterns and saw them everywhere

These are all floors,
while other people were looking up at the ceiling, I was looking down at the floor.

Well I better get into my sewing room and do something.

Until next time
Happy stitching



On a pilgrimage

I came back home last week from Iceland, went for a weekend to Rotterdam and tomorrow I'm going on a Pilgrimage Tour to Rome. I will show you some pictures when I get back.

But what I brought back from Iceland was this seaweed,
 which I'm going to try to get some dye from,
Isn't it pretty? and the smell, now filling my cellar -  wow, wonderful.

I had this top quilted by a Long Arm, 
as I did not want to spend more time on this quilt.

I'm working on my second block for Sweet Nostalgia, 
selecting fabric for CWB block no. 11
and doing some hexagons for my Flower Garden.

One picture from Iceland, 
from the mountain called ESJA
I love hiking up there and enjoy the view to Reykjavík
unfortunately it was a bit cloudy that day.

Until next time
Happy stitching