I am enjoying just being able to sew for pleasure. No pressure to finish and no need to really get something started. I love all the Mug Rugs that are popping up - such a picture show of self-interpretation of such a simple little project.
And I could just pull out something for whimsy - that darn barrel of scrap HSTs was calling me
And I could even take the time to fabric frame some simple cross stitch - a Fall and Winter done.
And I got to enjoy family time. My very pregnant daughter and grandson came out for a visit. She finished a few "secret" gifts on my machine while I spent time outdoors with my grandson. We picked acorns and pinecones, rescued a few Geraniums (potted) for indoors, helped stack a little wood in the box for greatgrandma, took a ride on the outdoor swing, and fed the chipmonks and birds. We timed our finishes perfectly. Then out to a late lunch at a local cafe. After they left, poor NaNa needed a nap, so curled up with furry and a quilt on the couch with an old B&W movie - Saratoga Trunk. Needless to say, I don't remember watching the movie.
Maybe I''ll have the North/South quilt done by next time - I changed my mind and decided to handquilt it. But that one is staying with me, so I can take my time in finishing. And I started my Spring cross stitch - lilacs. Hoping your adding some sewing for pleasure time.