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Sunday, May 31, 2015

Summer Stitching Stash Blast #2 {link-up}

It is time for week two of our sixteen week Summer Stitching Stash Blast! The week flew by for me. How about you? 

I am happy with the amount of stitching that I accomplished this week. Almost every morning I was able to sit down for 30 to 60 minutes of mostly uninterrupted stitching time. I listened to podcasts while I was stitching, so before I knew it the podcast would end, and I put my stitching away for the day.  




This week I listened to a new podcast, Little House Mothering, by Michele and Amy
I enjoyed listening to them discuss the Little House on the Prairie books and their parenting styles. They have been friends for awhile, and you can hear how much they respect and care about each other when they talk. This podcast is just the kind of thing that I wish was around when I was a newer mom because it would have been such an encouragement to me. Even though I have been a mom for almost two decades (my children's ages range from almost 19 to 6 years old), I still enjoyed listening to Michele and Amy discuss old-fashioned mothering. 
If you love the Little House on the Prairie books, are a mother, or just enjoy listening to intelligent and encouraging conversation, I think you should listen to the Little House Mothering podcast


Now it is time for you to show what you have been working on this week. Did you make a lot of progress on your projects? Did you complete a project? Link-up below! 


The rules:

- Write a blog post showcasing your current and recently completed needlework and sewing projects. If you would like to combine your stitching post with another topic, such as a daybook, weekend happenings, book review or what your wore to church, that is cool with me.

- Any post that is not about needlework, sewing, or stitching in some form will be removed from the link-up, as will any post that is offensive. (I do not see that happening, but I need to say it.) See the first post for a the full description of needlework. 

- Please place a link to the most current Summer Stitching Stash Blast in your post so other stitchers can find the link-up.

- Show the other bloggers some love by visiting them and leaving a comment. We all know how hard it is sometimes to finish a project. A little encouragement may be just what she needs to complete her project.


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