Slow Sunday Stitching

Kathy of Kathy's Quilts and Slow Sunday Stitching shared a reflection today about how Sundays use to be days of rest.  We sort of do that here. We go to Mass and then come home and have a sweet with tea or coffee and read the paper.  This sets the tone for most of the day - taking it slow.  Are you resting?   Here you'll find Kathy's thought on Sundays and her Sunday stitching.

I'm going to be working on my Anna's Garden block - almost done and then it will be time to prep another block.  Then there's some machine quilting on a baby quilt and binding my Mod Mod quilt.

Have a restful day, everyone.





Comments

Anna's Garden looks wonderful :)

I was recently reading a memoir in regards to what a woman ( about 100 years ago ) went through on a Saturday to have her 'Day of Rest" on Sunday

It wasn't pleasant ha ha / about 3x per work
Deb said…
Your quilt is sure looking lovely, hope you managed to get some rest and slow stitching in today.
Clare M said…
Yes, we never used to have the day off rest, but now I have been using this day as a way of honouring God. Like you, church in the morning, then we often go out for a nice lunch as a treat. A bit of stitching or reading to finish the day.