Yes, there has been a tiny bit of stitching. Not much though. I started the Small Girl 1863 sampler by the Essamplaire. I couldn't find it on the website anymore so I don't know if it's still being sold. Here's my start on it.
And of course, I've been working on my mitered square blanket. I've finished 2 rows now -- 24 squares per row. There are Koigu, Lorna's Laces, Madeline Tosh and Rhichard Devrieze yarns in the blanket so far.
And since I know people will ask, no, I didn't make the hooked rug pillow, and yes, I did make the Tumbling Blocks quilt. lol!
I also picked up some framing -- finally! Here is my His Eye is on the Sparrow (by Heartstring Samplerary).
And here is my Hornbook Bestiary (by the Scarlet Letter). I got a custom hornbook frame made by Valley House Primitives -- and I love it! It's hard to see the marbling on the frame, but it's perfect!
The father type and I got to go to the last of U2's concerts at Madison Square Garden on July 31st. It was quite the experience.
They had this cool, huge screen thing that the guys could actually be inside of -- this is the group inside the screen. It also showed anything in giant size that they wanted. Very cool.
And Bruce Springsteen came onstage for part of the encore too.
A very fun concert!
Thanks as always for stopping by and saying hi. I hope everyone is enjoying the summer.