This week’s quilting giveaway….
I am running two quilting giveaways today…one here on the blog…
and one HERE in a Facebook Group called Mystery Quilt Sew A Long.
So… you have more than one chance to snag the prize…I know I need to post more about MY book Wool, Needle & Thread The go-to Guide for Wool Stitchery...I feel like you all have it already and that I should stop talking about it. But the truth is I get new members here everyday and I should be educating them the best I can. With this in mind if you already have my book you still can win something…read on.
Why this book again? To celebrate… it’s getting reprinted…again!!
I have heard our book is still selling like crazy so we have to celebrate that!!!Order this book now!
For those of you who are new here…I have a book out (released-October 2019) telling all my secrets about Wool applique, that means, the right tools, the explanations, the tips, the stitches and STEP by STEP PHOTOS! This is THE next best thing to having me right there by you guiding you through it all…Now…here is my disclaimer…this is MY way to do this…there are other ways…but I have been teaching for over 20 years and my work has won a few prizes…I will sign every book purchased too!
Here’s a peek into the book…
How to get started…
How to put a homepsun back on and then stitch the edge without any knots showing…
Step by Step photos of how to do each stitch…12 of the most popular embroidery stitches..
You will always have it…it is a reference book..
We still added a few patterns for you to test your new skills and stitches!
Geranium Sewing Essentials Kit
Quilting Giveaway Prizes
A signed book with a kit attached.- for those who do not have book…PS if you order it .. and then win it..we will add another kit. So don’t be afraid to order it!
A nice couple of nice wool bundles-for those who already have the book.
An Autumn Table mat kit or your choice..-for anyone
Now, make sure you also go to the FACEBOOK group… yes you have to join, or if you are already a member you good…but there are different prizes there as well.
If you do not have the book and would like to win it…please comment with what you are working on during our #isewlation…If you are not in #isewlation please tell us what you are doing, exampl…I know meany of you are nurses…and We all THANK YOU from the bottom of our hearts for what you do!
If you do already HAVE the book comment about what it is about the book you like best!
I can’t wait to read your comments…Winners for this quilting giveaway picked on Monday….hugs and smooches to you all..
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473 responses to “Friday Quilting Giveaway: WOOL, NEEDLE & THREAD book and wool kits !”
Put all of my wool projects aside for awhile. Making masks for family and donation to nursing homes.
No I do not have your book. But I would love to! I keep saying I should not start doing wool but someday I probably will. Your work is beautiful and this book would be the best reference I could get.
I just finished a sampler quilt, and am getting ready to dig into my wool….of course that is between disinfecting everything in sight constantly and praying for us all!
I like being able to refresh my memory by going to the book. It has reminded me when to steam which I kept forgetting!
I am working on the Not so ugly Christmas sweaters. I love the book! I think it is the best way to learn how to do all the stitches and the pictures are so helpful. I got it for Christmas and I love it!
Thanks again Lisa for giving such nice gifts!
I have your Wool, Needle and Thread book. It is a great reference and illustrated, step by step picture book. I would, and have, recommended this publication to any one working with wool!
I always keep it right in my project box, along with my current project! This book is not just for wool, I have referenced it when doing other stitching!
We’ve been isolating since early March, and I’ve finished one UFO, and started making masks. I’m also working on Laundry Baskets Mystery quilt, and trying to finish up an old Temecula Quilt Company sew along.
I have the book and mostly use it for the stitching inspiration–I never know what I should do to embellish my wool applique.
I am currently between projects. This book will inspire my choice of my next project!
Working on stitching wool Easter eggs, a project I started a few years back.
I am sewing. Just finished two quilt tops and a mini wall hanging and a bee hive penny rug. Next up, hand embroidered lavender plants for table runners. So many things to make. I work a lot with wool, so would love the book. I admire all the wool projects Lisa makes….a true inspiration. Sewing is my comfort, wool is my comfort food!
I am working on masks during the day and stitching on the wool mat from PG with the watering can and flowe rd s by night!
I already have the book but would like to win one to give to a friend who is just learning to stitch. My UFO’s I have no interest in anymore I have given to her along with some of my Valdini duplicates and she is having a blast.
have the book. love it all so grateful to have a source to go to right in my own home. the projects are very nice, too!!!
We still go to our bakery every day, but when I’m home, I’m trying to finish my mystery seasons blocks and my little PG weekly blocks from the bi-monthly boxes.
The Autumn table topper is beautiful.
I am going to work on Sea Star Penny mat.
this book is excellent. I have recommended to many. I just finished PG’s Everyday Table Mat. It’s perfect for a small table I have in the living room.
Love this book! Just got it and have referenced many times already. Thank you
Your new book looks like a phenomenal teaching tool and one we all should have. From your other books I’m sure it answers all ones questions. Thanks for all you do!
Love your quilts and wool!
I do not have this book but want it! I serve individuals with intellectual disabilities in a residential setting so I am working. As for what I am working on now, I have started to make masks for our staff and some nearby nursing home staff. Thank you!
The book looks amazing! It’s on my “must have” list. When I’m not overseeing my kids e-learning from home and working late hours during the pandemic, I am stitching on the glorious “Twilight Garden” ❤️
Currently I am busy making face masks for caregivers and their clients. Also making them for my family. When that need slows down I will relax with a wool table mat that I’m working on. Would love to have your book!
I bought your book in Houston and I love the detailed photos. It will help me learn new stitches.
What a special prize!! I don’t have this book but the pages you shared show how helpful this book will be for me and those friends I help learn to wool applique. I am currently working on some quilt blocks for a mystery quilt and a winter wool applique table runner I started before Christmas and did not finish. It will be done this coming Christmas. 🙂
I am working on one of your spring table toppers. There are flowers on a round black background. Fun!
I am working hard on 2018 SBOW. I have the 12 squares done and just iron on the center nest design of the center block. Ready to sew away.
I’m busy sewing face masks for our local hospital – when this is all over I really want to learn wool appliqué and your book looks like a wonderful resource.
I don’t have the book and would love to have it. It looks terrific.
Thank you for connecting through your blog and emails. I really look forward to them! I’ve been busy finishing up some reproduction projects , doing the hard part – the quilting. Luckily I had enough fabric in my stash for the two baby quilts I have to make and send in a few weeks, and I’ve loved working on some small woolies. I’ve discovered that I love working with wool, although I can only use the blanket and stem stitches! I hope to expand my repertoire soon – looks like I’ll have to order your book. Notice there’s no cleaning – I did for the first 2 days and now I’m done with that!
I absolutely love this book. It is a must have book if you do wool applique. I preordered sight unseen and it Mira than lived up to my expectations. Made my sister order it. She is new to wool applique in a town where wool applique isn’t taught.
I would love to have your book!! It looks like a fantastic resource. I just ordered the kit for the Christmas Carols quilt along. I have done a few wool appliqué projects. Recently finished a MSQ too and am now making masks for Wake Forest Hospital here in Winston-Salem, NC. Stay well and safe.
Like many thers I have made several masks, and continue making as people request. BUT I am finding health care workers love my headbands with buttons. Their ears are getting sooooo sore from the facemasks…….my headbands have buttons for them to hook the elastic bands to………another great way to utilize my stash. jmh
I live that the book has all the info needed for wool applique. You qere workung on it on the cruise in 2017 and I couldn’t wait to purchase it. A must for all working with eool.
I do not have the book but would love to be a recipient. I am making masks for my local hospital. I think that I will make some for family members also. While I am doing that, my embroidery machine is stitching away, making quilting motifs on a “blank” quilt.
Hi Lisa and friends. I am working on the wool sheep from the Christmas box, with some changes. I am putting together the last two everlasting blocks, too. I am also piecing a quilt. Keeping busy …
I have been spending my #isewlation getting caught up on projects that have been mal-lingering in the closet! I actually cleaned out the closet and reorganized it too! Haven’t read your book yet but I love your project photos….they make me drool with envy!
This book was a game changer for me! I did hand stitching many years ago and this book was so easy to read and use to help me get back in the stitching of things! Absolutely love it!!!
I am working on “Home is where you build your nest” by Kathi Campbell in Spring 2020 Primitive Gatherings as well as sewing buttons on headbands for nurses to attach their masks too. Thanks for the chance!
Diamond dots and quilting
Love reading your blog!
Loving my sewcation. I have been playing with wool! I have hooked one little able topper and want to try something a bit bigger. Last night I finished one of your pincushion kit projects. I have appliqued a piece of wool to use as a table topper. I am just beginning my wool journey and loving it and at the same time I realize how much I need to learn! I would love to win this book. Thanks for doing your part to encourage us to keep busy and enjoy our time at home!
Your book is wonderful. What I like is the easy explanations and pictures. So very helpful. I would recommend it to anyone experienced or just learning wool appliqué.
I already have the book…my favorite part about it is the pictures of how the stitches look! Very helpful! The patterns included to practice the stitches are pretty cool too! Guess there’s not a lot I don’t like about the book! Would love to have one of the kits you have offered to win. Stay healthy!
Have the book and love it. It is such a good reference for when I have a “Senior Moment “ and just can’t remember for the life of me how to do a stitch. Finished Buster Bunny and now working on Mother and Daughter, working also on Wool Box projects and SBOW. Do miss hugs from friends. You are the best Lisa.
I am currently working on 2018 Wooly Block “Lily and Chickadee”, I’d share a photo but can’t in the comments. Keeping my hands busy during this stressful time. Stay healthy, Be Well.
I’m working on a baby quilt — a new great grand daughter was born this morning!! That is something to lift our spirits. The quilt is nearly done I’m also finishing up some UFO’s from ages ago. It makes me feel good to see the list go down.
With the warm sunny weather this week in central Illinois, my husband and I have been working on the yard…. trimming trees, cleaning up leaf litter from last year and catching up on some jobs that “we just didn’t have time to do”.
I continue to look for the blessings during this challenging time. The more you acknowledge, the easier it is to find more 🙂
Prayers for health to all and much gratitude to healthcare, emergency and grocery store workers.
Love all your designs! I don’t have your book yet
I am in isolation as I suffer from health issues that make me more vulnerable to Covid 19 than the average person. To keep busy I have joined the 2020 Christmas Carols Mystery Quilt along. I have also joined Sue Spargo 90 day toned down sampler. And our Guild has just been ask to sew masks for our local hospital and hospice so I am setting up to start that (my sampler may not get done in the 90 days….). I would love to win your book as I so love your work!
Am making masks for two hospitals in our area and for friends, but I have several projects waiting and I would love to learn more from your book! It looks like a great reference book and I love learning new things , even at 72.
I do not have the book and would love to try something new….haha, to add to all my other UFO’s!! I am working on an afghan and a flannel quilt for the birth of a new granddaughter in July!
I have the book love love it! It has the best photos and explanations, I was developing bad habits , photos help so much?
I am working on your Primitive Garden quilt and would love a copy of the book. ❤
I do not have your book, yet. I love the Autumn table runner kit, and might have to try it sometime. I am a beginner at wool applique, but I love doing needle turn traditional applique. I have been bouncing from project to project, and working on mask sewing, too. I have tried several patterns of those.
I love this book the instructions are easy to follow.
I am working on UFO and cooking
Working on my wool box projects.
Love the lady box with the beautiful flower wool mat. Would love your book to learn more stitches. 🥰
I am working on a block of the month wool sampler quilt. I am loving every minute of it. I am so thankful for your posts to help us all on this journey. Thank you!
I am working on Summertime Sampler by Erica Kaprow. Finally on the borders.
Hello everyone! Here in Michigan we are in lockdown so I’ve been using this time to catch-up on some of my UFO’S. I’ve finished 2 hooked rugs that have been hanging around undone and am working on a 3rd one that’s about 3/4’s done. Am also working on the Urban Rose BOM wall hanging and a few other applique projects trying to finish them up. It’s amazing how many of these UFO’s I have tucked away.
I don’t have your book but have had my eye on it since it came out.
I have so many UFOs that I am tackling them first! I have two wool porojects that I have beeen afraid to attempt. What needles do I use? How come your wool never looks frayed and the ones I have done are? Is it that the wool wasn’t tight enough?
Your book is an amazing resource! I still have pillowcases I embroidered while in college – early 60s – so have been doing it a bit 🥴. The examples are outstanding. Have added even more embellishments
to my PG wool projects.
When the news is dire and the late winter clouds grey I can pull out my stitching and smile. Thanks for opening up possibilities.
Sewing, reading, cooking & worrying. I know the last is counter productive. <3 Thanks for the fun!
Trying to complete several projects I have started including severak wool projects. I’m sure your book would be a wonderful help in completing some of my projects
I already own the book! It is wonderful! I had the binding spiraled so I can lay it flat. I have finally mastered the bullion stitch-thanks to your book!!!
I am working on Primitive Gatherings “God Bless America” truck from 2019 Wooly Block Adventure. The wools in this kit are gorgeous! I must say #isewlation is not so bad! 🙂
I love this book and refer to it often while stitching. I can’t tell you how many people I’ve referred to it as well. My local quilt shop has sold out several times!
Today I started cutting fabric for a niece’s Christmas gift, a quilt showing dog love. My grandmother taught me how to embroider. Remember the pillowcases & dresser scarves? I have a few different books showing stitches & how tos. When I see a different one at a garage sale, estate sale etc I always browse through them & usually end up buying it. In fact I have a table mat ufo as I keep putting the stitches in to attach the tongues & then pull them back out. Would like to see your method. Only saw your book once around our area but already had too much at the counter to purchase. Regrets are should haves.
This book is the best “Go to” for embroidery or hand stitching. It has helped me realize what I was doing wrong and how to improve. I love the Autumn table mat. I’ve been sewing headbands and facemasks but signed up for the Moda Christmas mystery and am waiting for a kit from Farmhouse Threads. Thanks.
I don’t have this book…but I would love to. I’m sure there is more to learn! I just finished my last two everlasting blocks and I can’t wait to see how we are going to put them together.
I have several projects in various stages but this am I got out a WIP of pumpkin wool that I started about 5 years ago
I love wool, but I am working on quilting a quilt from a block swap. And piecing a train quilt for my nephew. The upside to all of this is getting projects done!
I’d love to win your book! I’m not doing much sewing for pleasure these days, I’m making masks for our hospital, my nieces who are RN’s, and for the facility where my 96 year old father lives. My kit with the tulips arrived yesterday and I’m looking forward to working on it!
I don’t have this book, but would sure like too. I am working on Twilight Garden!!
I am working on last year’s Garden Mystery Quilt. All individual blocks are completed.
I am so glad I already have your book because I refer to it all the time. My favorite part is the step by step clear pictures that I use all the time. Right now I’m working on my Everlasting blocks. I love them and can’t wait to see what we do with them. Thank you, Lisa!!!!!
Love your new book because it explains the techniques and tools in concise manner that is easy to follow. Great tool for those who can’t take a class. After moving around the country for 20 years, am working on finishing up numerous quilt projects that got packed and some of the first summer block projects I bought from Primitive Gatherings…won’t say how old they are…but I left Green Bay in 2012!
I used your free bunny embroidery to make a small challenge quilt for a guild project. It’s in the cue for quilting. Will IG post when done ✅
I’m finishing up projects and starting Blockheads 3… a little late but so excited to join in!
Love the book
I have started “woolery” and love the different styles and techniques…I’ve been learning on my own, so it is exciting to see a real reference book that I could use to make beautiful gifts as well as decor for my home!
#isewlation Just finished the Hello Spring table runner, now working on Tulip Basket table mat for a Mother’s Day gift! Would love to win this great reference book!
Love wool work! Your book would be wonderful to have.Just finished Penny Pinkeep.Cutting out Winter Crazy Table Mat. Have the other seasonal mats waiting in line. So happy to be working with your patterns & wool while I wait for cancer surgery this week. The wool is so calming & relaxing to work with. Keep creating those wonderful patterns. Thanks!
I do not have one of your books, would LOVE to win one.
I do work with wool, very forgiving.
My sisters & I have been working on masks for a local hospital.
Going to start a new Halloween quilt this weekend.
Be safe, stay healthy.
Thanks for all you do.
I am working on my PG Wool box projects and trying to get caught up.
I do not have the book and I am really interested in wool stitching. I have started to gather some wool pieces. What I’m working on right now–cleaning the shower–no, not fun.
well there is no time like now to start a new craft; this giveaway should do it. Looks like we are on stay at home and maybe even curfew until end of May……. sigh~
I do have to go to work. Working for municipal electric. But I do work at home on some quilting projects. Right now I am trying to catch up on Petra Prins quilting box with Dutch Heritage fabrics. There is some EPP and handsewing curved bias fabric.
Here’s what I love about this book: I was able to use everything in it successfully. I shocked myself. The results were gorgeous, and I am so looking forward to doing more. Thank you for sharing your expertise. It was a great investment!
I love the bright smaller pictures above every first page in the ‘Stitches’ section. Silent tutelage. Brilliant.
I have jumped between projects a lot during got last 2 weeks. Today I am working on a Harry pOtter quilt and yesterday I did the wool christmas tree ornament that you designed. It turned out Sooooo cute.
Great step by step directions
I am making lots of masks.
I’m an essential employee for the city where I live, so I’m still working. When I’m home I’m working on masks, I’ve had several family members ask for them, so I’m busy with that. I do have your book and I love it, it has so many great tips and patterns.
I love wool. Thanks for the chance to win!
I am working in Happy Halloween by Amy Bradley. But I am doing it in wool. The monsters are coming out so great with all the hand dye wool I have.
Working on several quilts, piecing and hand quilting. Also a hooked rug and riding my motorcycle away from people!
I would love to have your book, thanks for the offer! I have rummaged through my unfinished boxes, and pulled out all sorts of fun little projects that are soon to be finished…having lots of fun!
Don’t have the book. Would LOVE it though. I am off work until restrictions lifted. Week one: woohoo unexpected VACA Paid. Week 2: WTF! (What the Fool) 20 years of material, books and kit buying that apparently went unchecked by the looks of my sewing room that was recently compared to a hoarder situation. Someone exaggerates. Quilt buddy and I finished the top of a Quilt of Valor, making scrub hats for local nurses. Hopefully by week 3 I can get to another UFO. I am so glad I bought that stuff all these years. NO REGRETS.
I am a beginner with wool appliqué I have finished a leaf wall hanging from one of your books but I am sure not correctly Your book would give me the guidance I need Quilting gives me joy and solace Cathy
Finishing BH Frolic mystery and quilting various charity quilts. I have a few wool UFOs to work on later.
I am playing with my free motion quilting skills, 4 quilts to bind. Then, next up is a REALLY old LB block of the month. Focusing on completing things i have vs starting new. I love wool applique, have a few of those waiting too.
I have your book and love it!! I keep it right where I do my wool projects so that I can reference it at any time- I am new to wool applique and it has been the best thing as aay time I have a question on how to do some thing I can just go to the expert!!! (your book )
Healthcare worker (oncology), so not much time. I’m looking forward to starting the kit for the spring crazy table mat that I recently ordered. I’d love a chance to win the book!!
I would LOVE to win this book. I have no idea what I am doing! I need to give my hands something to do during #isewlation. I am still able to work, from home, so I am super lucky, but that doesn’t give me any extra time for projects, just nights and weekends. Stay safe everyone!
Hi Lisa – that is one book that I do not have but would love to own! I just finished up a bright and cheery wall hanging to lift my spirit during this quarantine. I’m fortunate enough that I am currently working from home so I don’t have as much time to quilt – and I’m not complaining as I’m grateful to still be receiving a check. I’ll be going back to working on my final border of Twilight Gatherings tonight…patiently waiting to see what you have in store for us with this years SBOW. Stay safe and healthy!
I am healing from knee replacement surgery three weeks ago. I love looking at Lisa’s books as I haven’t been in much of a mood to sew. I do not have the one posted on the Friday quilting giveaway.
I have the book and love it because it really is like having Lisa sitting next to you, helping you create a special stitch. Haven’t made any of the projects, but love them all and want to make them all.
Your book is wonderful and I refer to it all the time since I am new to wool applique.
I have put aside my quilt project and am making masks for our local urgent care facility. Lovely book — would help me do my wool appliqué correctly😀
I am currently working on a quilt to hang in our newly remodeled kitchen and then going to be making masks. Thanks for this great give-away. I’d love a copy of your book!
Oh goodie, another give away. Keeps our spirits up. Thank you. I’m new to wool and bought your book which has been a tremendous help. I said I wasn’t going to do wool as I’m an avid quilter. Well that went out the window once I picked up wool and began working with it. I’m hooked😊
Don’t have the book yet, but just last week ordered your Sheep Tin to practice wool applique…and I like sheep 🙂
Currently not in isewlation, but am carving out 15 minutes of ‘me time’ to learn wool applique to keep my mind off of work. Thanks for all of your efforts to keep our minds occupied…I think it is working!
I do not have your book! During my isewlation I am finishing some quilt tops – my longarm is running hot ladies! I am also trying to do a wool appliqué pillow that I bought the kit for years ago. I can see by your post that I need your book to give me a few pointers. BECAUSE I don’t have the hand skills to make my wool appliqué look like yours does. Mine is nasty. Happy sewing, Stay safe. Stay healthy.
I do not have this book. I just finished the newest 52 mini-ways, and I am working on some of the everlasting blocks. Finishing things up as well as starting new ones. Stitching is definitely a stress reliever!
Making masks for a cousin who is a respiratory therapist and her hospital family. Hope to get back to stitching soon! The book looks amazing. Thanks for the chance to win!
I pre-ordered your book last year and LOVE it. As an experienced stitcher, I already knew the basics. What I love is the instruction for the more complex stitches. It came in super handy for last year’s Summer Wool BOM and those bullion stitches!! I’d love to have another of your beautiful kits!
I have this book and LOVE it! I do a fair amount of quilting and appliqué and it surprises me how often I reference this book after years of sewing! It is so carefully laid out, the photos are perfectly matched to the tutorial text. I love learning Lisa’s well-honed tricks! Such a whole great resource. Thank you Lisa! Happy Stitching Happy Spring!
Thanks for giving away an awesome resource.
During “isewlation” I am in AZ for a couple months(I live in northern MI). My hubby and I came out to finish up the winter not knowing all this shut down would occur. We are taking care of our 5 yr old granddaughter while our kids are working. I am doing virtual school with her during the week. In the afternoons I am trying to catch up with all my PG Wool Box projects. My granddaughter loves to watch me stitch and talks about how beautiful the projects are even before they are stitched. :). Maybe one day she will want to learn the art of hand stitching. I will love to teach her.
Thanks again and enjoy what downtime you have.
Hello! I am “meeting” so many new artist’s to me through FB & learning about new handiwork, like working with wool! ♥ I, too, would Love a copy of your book, & to possibly win it would be amazing! Thank you for even the encouragement to begin something new! I’m loving all the new possibilities. May you all stay well! ♥
Sooo many projects undone! Finishing up wool appliqué pillow March Hare. Love your book and reference it all the time. Thanks for your help!
I don’t have the book and would LOVE one. What I like best about what I see is the little pin cushion and all the little sewing related things–can never have enough of them! I’m working on the tiny red tulip basket quilt–SEW cute! Nancy G.
I don’t have your book, but I really enjoy your designs and your kindness to all of us–thanks!
My FAVORITE book for wool!!❤️❤️❤️ LOVE the colorful pictures & all the wonderful explanations of the many different stitches!!! I Love to just sit and look thru it in the evenings, you do such BEAUTIFUL work Lisa!!
Such inspiration!!!❤️❤️❤️❤️ THANKYOU!!!
I love your book! It does an excellent job of describing the art of wool appliqué — both for experienced and newbies to the art.
I have been sewing tons of masks and shields for Days For Girls. I made all the family in Texas, Oregon, Wyoming, Colorado and North Carolina masks as well. Plus finished multiple quilting projects that had been begging to be completed!
Just finished the “I believe in the sun, etc.” project from Primitive Gatherings.
I do not have this book I have done a lot of your patterns and liked them all. Great giveaway Lisa, while we are all staying in your new book will be fun.
I don’t have your book, yet. I am working on a T-shirt quilt for my niece.
Wow… that looks like a great guide book! I am currently working on finishing projects and one of them is the Snowman Collector which I love so much I decided to make one for all my friends… lol! I am a bit behind!
I do not have your book, but just looking at these pics makes me want to get out one of the ones I do have 🙂 I am currently spending too much time looking up Covid stats on the computer when I should really be out doing some ironing and creating flower appliques for my Green Tea and Sweet Beans quilt.
Thank you for the opportunity and your generosity. I have a bazillion projects going on at once, and I’m psyched! Lots of squirrels at my house!!! Just finished a baby quilt, and now working on a bunny wall hanging for Easter, a civil war fabric quilt, a red and white quilt, a king-sized UFO, and starting a SAL. Thank goodness my fabric stock is full and overflowing!
No I do not have this book! But I would love to! I may have to order it from you if my name isn’t drawn to win!
I am currently working on a wool mat with hydrangeas — an older pattern, but I love it! ♥️♥️