Sewing wise I have been concentrating on designing and sewing a cover for the ScanNCut machine. Amongst my stash I managed to find fabric and matching bias binding so the cover is free (always good to say that I am using my stash up!) and, apart from a small fault which I won't point out to you, I am rather pleased with it. The cover certainly does its job of protecting from dust.
I also continued with my quest to sew the curved pieces for Tuesday night and have now completed 63 out of the 168 (34%) - only another 21 to go to get to the halfway point then!
The other present today were the pair of tables for the summer house - oh the vision of sitting in the rocking chair, doing some hand sewing with my coffee beside me and two contented dogs curled up on the carpet together. Well - a girl can dream can't she?
On a totally different note, my cousin was complaining in her blog last night that she has lost her crafting mojo. I know that she is a knitter and does crochet and, coincidentally, a local yarn shop here was doing a mystery block of the month club. Thus an idea was formed and, starting after Christmas, we are going to swap a block a month. The structure is fairly sketchy at the moment but we both have a stash of wool to use up so the concept of receiving a mystery block to knit and using up the stash has to be a "win win". If you would like to join us in this venture and could source a pattern for a 10 inch square, using DK yarn, which could be emailed / link sent electronically then we would love you to join us - if we could get a total of 12 then we would all have to only find one square each! How about