Daffy's Stitchy Friends

Saturday, January 13, 2018

Friday Night Stitch-In

Yesterday, I joined a Facebook group called Friday Off the Grid by Caroline of Off The Grid Needlearts. You may also recognize her from her YouTube channel of the same name Off the Grid Needlearts. So many links all the same name...hope I got them correct!

Anyway...Friday Off the Grid is an internet stitch-in held every Friday from 6pm to midnight. We post a picture of our project(s) at the start and again at the end. It was a lot of fun!

I was late to the party, spending time with Dash as he would be gone all day today, so I didn't get to start until 9pm. No one kicked me out so the rules must be pretty loose, right? I was able to stitch from 9pm to 1am. Ooo, I stayed a little late! Yes, I'm that guest you have to ask to leave cause I'm having so much fun I don't realise the party's over!


At 9.



At 1.

I got half a sheep, a zero, some grass and some fencing put up and I watched three episodes of The Handmaid's Tale and a couple of Floss Tubes. I had gotten the first half sheep, a tree and a one put in the night before whilst watching entire seasons of the Midnight Quilt Show. For those that don't know, I am The Queen of Slow Stitching so this is incredible progress. Shocking, really.

You ought to check out the links above and join us on Friday nights! We'd love to stitch with you!

Thank you for visiting my blog today!
xox

19 comments:

diamondc said...

Daffycat: I see great progress, I am a slow stitcher myself.
I have never heard of the midnight quilt show before.

Blessings
Catherine

Kate said...

Counting sheep is such a cute design - I love it!
Thanks for the links - I'll check them out.

NanaDiana said...

Love the sheep and you actually got a lot done. I need to catch up on the Handmaiden's Tale. I only saw season one and found it quite fascinating.

Have a great night and Sunday- xo Diana

Helen said...

Well done on your progress! That is a really cute design 😊 thank you for the link to the midnight quilt show - hadn’t come across that before & I think I am hooked! Have a great week,
Helen

Robin in Virginia said...

I think you made good progress on your sheep piece. Enjoy your weekend!

Karyn said...

Great progress! I love the design and colors...those sheep are adorable and would have put me right to sleep LOL.
That sounds like a fun group, I’m glad you found and joined them.
I just finished watching “Alias Grace” another Margaret Atwood story on Netflix...loved it!
Hugs

gracie said...

Excellent progress. Sounds like fun.

Babs said...

Nice stitching :) Here it's sunday afternoon 4pm and I'm hoping to still do some stitching before that dreadful workweek starts again.

Love, Babs

Janet said...

I love your stitchery. Very cute! And congrats on all the progress.

Julie said...

Such a cute design, those sheep are adorable. Great progress you made.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Great work on the sheep!
I wonder how the time converts to GMT? I could probably do an afternoon party LOL

Desiree Ehleiter said...

Excellent progress! I'm a slow stitcher so that looks great for 4 hours. I may join you in the future.

Caroline said...

Thank you SO much for your shout out here! I know that we've had some people join us over on FB thanks to you. You're very kind and I'm so pleased that you had a great tim!
Caroline

Claudette497 said...

Love your little sheep - great progress!

Lillie said...

Lovely, sheep are so adorable.

Bekca said...

I absolutely love this idea! I don't know if I could stay up till midnight though, I love to sleep :D

Angela said...

Cute design and I love the colour of the fabric you have used. Your sticthing seems pretty fast to me.

n-BAn-R said...

Thanks for the Tip links!!

Your work is beautiful!! Take your time and keep doing <3

Khristine Doiron said...

Sounds like fun!! I will have to check this out. Great progress!! Such a cute stitch :)