Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Stunning Stitchin Sunday - The Tuesday edition

I had plans to get into my studio over the past 4 days but like so many times in life, other things ended up taking over and I didn't get there. Insert sad face. Last Sunday (a week plus ago) I woke up with a bad sinus migraine the likes I haven't experienced in at least 5 years so the entire day was shot. Thankfully the majority of it was gone the next day but then there was other catching up to do.
This past Sunday (and most of Saturday afternoon too) was spent compiling, checking, double checking and even triple checking all of the cookie box order counts and dollars involved for my Daisy scout troop's initial cookie order. Since the troop is responsible to sell all of the cookies that we order, I didn't want to make any big mistakes.  Thankfully that is done and now we wait for them to arrive next month, prep for delivery and our upcoming booth sales.
I still wanted to share all of the quilting goodness that I've seen over the past couple of weeks so today I'm sharing half of the gorgeous photos and the other half will post tomorrow.

3 of you added your own colorful comments:

Cynthia Brunz Designs said...

So much eye candy! Thanks for including my Layers of Charm quilt.

KatieQ said...

I have many fond memories of my years as a Girl Scout leader. We always seemed to have our cookie booth sales on the coldest day of the year. Our best booth sales ever were on Super Bowl weekend when people were happy to pick up another snack. My daughter earned the Bronze, Silver, and Gold Award and stayed in scouts until she graduated from HS. We even went to Switzerland with the GS when she was in HS. I realize it is a long way off for your daughter, but besides all of the fun and life skills the girls learn, it is an asset on college applications.

Valerie the Pumpkin Patch Quilter said...

Haha I think I am enjoying the Tuesday and Wednesday addition! Lots of beautiful stitching happening around the web! Always love to see who and what you share...thank you Michele!