Last week, it rained most of the week and we wished for sun. This week, we have the sun and hot weather, too hot for me. We're never happy are we? Truthfully, it works out quite well for me. I venture outside for a bit in the morning--today, I watered and added the last of my seeds-- just enough for me to handle in a day.
This afternoon, thanks to air conditioning, I happily went to my sewing studio where I have a window onto my little world.
One thing I love to have in my fridge in summer is homemade ice tea. Even though it's officially the first day of summer, this is my third batch.
If you've been reading for a while, you may know that I've always got a few (too many) projects on the go. I often never know until I wander into the studio and pick up something what I might do.
The plan is to add a dragonfly or two and some other bugs to this piece that I've been free motion stitching.
About half is done to the right. The left is unstitched. I think you can see the difference.
Last up is the baby quilt that I work on a square at a time here and there. I won't have enough of the collection-- Moda Mixologie-- so I'm adding in a couple from my stash. They are the two, bottom right, which I cut a little too large. I wanted to see how they would fit with the collection though and I think pretty well. Also, I've just noticed one square turned the wrong way, top right. The navy is strong. there is more of it though and so it will dispersed here and there.