In the past, I've done a lot of secret sewing, waiting to write a blog post once the item was gifted. No more. You'll see more work-in-progress type posts from me here out. To that end, here are the projects that are on the horizon:
A new bag (details coming soon!).
A memory quilt for a coworker's husband who left us in 2016.
A softie alphabet set for Lil' Schep.
I finished my son's Windy Hill Farm Quilt on time (hooray!), but still need to photograph it, so expect a write-up on that soon.
In the meantime, I've been listening to audiobooks, so I'll recap the one I just finished this morning on the drive to work:
I've really been digging nonfiction books lately, and this one didn't disappoint. It's a well-told account of the cholera outbreak in London during the Victorian era, and how it changed the world. If you're into science writing, you'll probably enjoy this one. Don't worry--no nitty gritty cholera details in this one!
It's Friday, so maybe I'll get some sewing done at home tonight! Until next time, God Bless.