But I digress. October is also when I typically start cooking, freezing meals, baking, and doing one or two house projects. This year I am concentrating on some heavy trimming in the front yard. Our yard is a bit "wild" and everything is mature. This means everything is tall, full, heavy, tangled, and not tidy. I love it but we really need to hire a gardening crew more than once a year.
Besides the yard work, I am going to make some table runners and wall hangings. I have a wonderful neighbor who is going to help me piece them and quilt them. I'm excited to learn a little bit about quilting and so grateful for this new friendship.
Last week I shared my new wardrobe plan, and wrote about dithering. Your replies were so interesting-it seems that each of you fall on one side or the other. And some who dither get bothered by it also. That was reassuring to hear. After I wrote that post, I felt as though a weight had been lifted from me and I was able to access that part of my self which enjoys sewing and enjoys planning also. I had a productive week. Here are some items made from the plan.
|M 6401 C in corduroy|
|B 5218 C in a quilting cotton|
|V 8798 in cotton|