Work is still controlled chaos. Custody hopes to be on regular program by Wednesday. Hmmmm...It's been three weeks, but no one is really sure if the timeout has worked. Rumors are that the inmates are not finished. Retirement is looking better and better every day...
My creating area has been a disaster for a really long time (YEARS). Hubby had a nice cabinet out in the barn that he had offered a while back for storage in the house. I hemmed and hawed for a bit, so he put boxes of tools in it. Well, I changed my mind. He very nicely emptied it out and brought it in the house for me. I finally got rid of the boxes and stacks of stuff and created a tidy area for me to work. You will notice that I still need to move all the pictures. The cabinet looks big, but I've got too much stash. Ha ha ha...I almost said that with a straight face. You know that you can never have too much stash LOL My fabric is still on the shelf that my son found for me on Freecycle and my yarn is in plastic containers. At least I can find my cutting board.
There is now enough room to set up my Featherweight. It is such a beautiful machine and to be honest, has a better seam that my Viking. LOL Considering that it was made in 1958, not too bad.
My breast cancer fundraising piece came in the mail this week. It is a collaboration between Lady Dot Creates and Paula Stewart of Plum Street Samplers. Lois is a 20 year survivor and does special pieces each year with a different designer. It is absolutely beautiful. Pink, grey, and burgundy on grey fabric. This picture is from Lady Dot Creates FB page:
Lois includes all the finishing information needed, but to be honest, I've done retreats with her the last three years and I think I got this! I have all of the Plum Street Samplers hare pieces, so just had to have this one. Plus, it's for a great cause...
Okay, off like a herd of turtles. Didn't do much yesterday, so plenty of chores left for me today.
Have a wonderful week and be kind to one another.