Productive Saturday

Finally I had a day that actually felt productive! I started the morning slowly by finishing the second Philip Gulley book, Just Shy of Harmony, loved it also. I can't wait to get back to the library to get more of them. That will be on this week's list since as of Monday I can officially DRIVE! I have been driving around town, but will feel as though I have wings when I can actually leave town! I worked on some surprise projects that I can't post here and then finished this necklace that I had started awhile ago and had lost interest in it. (in the photography process, I realized that my pillows all need washed...on the list for today!)
Finished quilting, grunged it up and framed this piece of quilt for the princess' toy room.

And then when I finally sat down to rest last night I worked on this hat and scarf. I did some tidying in my sewing room and blocked and finished hats and scarves and packed them away. I will be starting my third plastic bin of hats and scarves, the two that I have barely close. I have a couple of schools that said that they need them in the fall and hope to find another local charity that can use them. I have my Dad making the hats also now, who would have thought that I would have this many!
I'll be drawing for the giveaway sometime this afternoon!


Bren said…
Love the necklace. And of course I love all quilts. Great you had a good day.
Hugs, Bren
pammyjo said…
I'm happy you had a good day. The framed quilt for princess' room is wonderful. Love it!
You were busy...I like the framed quilt also...What a neat idea.
Susan S. said…'ve been busy! Just popped in to say thanks for the nice comment on my blog. I'm glad you are involved in Mission Trips...aren't they fun and rewarding!?!?! I have a friend who's going to Kenya this year.

I just found out that there is a big drive for "mission" work in Galveston (which is a hour south of me). I'm really excited about being able to help those in my own back yard too!

Blessings to you! PS: Your blog is great!
Meggie said…
Quite a productive day, I would say. Don't forget to take some time for yourself.
Yay, you can drive!
I just love that window frame idea and the quilt in it is just lovely.
Yes, we should definitely get a Western Pa wool meeting together!