I've made quite a lot of progress on my Wonderland quilt, but now it is getting too big to photograph. Take the last photo I posted of the blocks and multiply it by 4, and that's the progress I have made on that project. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel!
I started a new stitching project. I found this cute pattern - Wool and Needle Snowmen thru the Year by Buttermilk Basin. Each piece is 4-1/2 x 5-1/2 and can be entirely stitched, or you can add wool applique pieces, which is what I am doing with mine. I will frame these with quilt fabric and make a wallhanging.
I used Sandhut fabric for the first time as my background, and it's great for stitching. It's substantial enough that I don't need a hoop, and the thickness of it means I don't have to worry about threads showing through to the front. I followed this wonderful tutuorial to transfer my design to Solvy and it works really great! This will be my warm up project to Winter Wonderland.