Tuesday has become my day to be domestic. I have to admit, I am thankful for another quiet day, and loving every minute!
I’ve been working on a couple sewing projects,
and baking pumpkin chocolate chip cookies,
and enjoying a warm, sunny day.
It feels good to be so domestic, creative and productive, all while enjoying a beautiful, quiet day.
18 thoughts on “Domestic Tuesday”
Your floral project looks lovely,like the french knots,really adds to it.
Thanks Bev. They’re actually beads instead of French knots.
I like your sewing projects…and the cookies!
that amh print is perfect for hand-stitching. so pretty!
did you save one of those lovely cookies for me? 🙂
I love your sewing project. Can I have a cookie too, please?
Hi Terri! Lovely projects! Your flowers look exiting! Enjoy your day!
I never thought about combining pumpkin and chocolate chips before. Now I need to make your cookies!! Wednesday is my day at home to do all those bits and pieces – bliss. Love the little beads you are stitching – can’t wait to see more.
Pretty flowers and those cookies look delicious!
Now you’re talking my language with those gorgeous seed beaded flowers – they look wonderful – are you enjoying them 🙂
Also are you working on another tree quilt? It looks fantastic too – I love those little trees and isn’t it lovely to see how each one looks different with the fabric choice.
COOKIES – yum! Bet you Dave polished those off before any of us queuing bloggers could get our hands on them 🙂
So pleased you enjoyed another relaxing domestic day – hope it’s not too long before you can enjoy another 😉
Your flower project is very pretty and the beading really adds some pizzazz!
Can’t wait to see the two projects complete and those cookies look yummy! I recently made pumpkin cupcakes with cream cheese frosting, love anything with pumpkin in it.
I love the stitching you’re doing! The beads add a nice, sparkly touch!
Oh, I love pumpkin chocolate chip cookies! I made them for our pumpkin carving party last month and they were gone by the end of the evening! What do you put on yours? I don’t put anything, but that icing looks yummy!
Thanks Shari. It’s been great to have a couple sewing projects. I haven’t sewn with beads in years, so that project is fun. I put canned pureed pumpkin, cinnamon and nutmeg in my cookies, along with chocolate chips and cream cheese frosting on top. They are divine!
Great projectI love the trees!
Sorry my comments are so short and strange looking lately. My computer died and I have a hard time typing on my phone 😦
I can just smell one of those cookies! I bet they were tasty!
Oooohhhh, I love that top project!!! Looks like you are stitching beads on the flowers. What is this destined to be?
It’s actually a Christmas gift, so I can’t reveal what it is yet.
I think I could use some domestic days. They are few and far between for me these days. Too much running around!