The month of March is a bit of a blur. For those of you who might not be aware, I work for a major airline and in March, the world turned upside down real fast. There really wasn’t time for anything other than work or sleep.
While life is anything but normal, I have had more time to stitch in the last ten days or so. Stitching soothes my soul and helps me to relax, so I am glad for it. My family and the Mad Tatter - we’re all doing fine and doing our best to adjust. I hope you and yours are healthy and safe too.
Let’s talk stitching. None of it is ironed. I’m too lazy to dig out the iron.
Two Blackbird Designs projects finished. Both were class pieces at the Attic last November. Willing Hands will be mounted on top of a primitive box we received at the retreat. The other project,
Autumn Abundance, is meant to be a rustic looking pincushion, but I plan to finish it like a drum.
Have another small finish to share but I’m going to save it for my next post.
Stay safe, be well and stitch on!