|A few boxes unpacked|
|Welcome back, old friends|
I've appropriated a bookshelf from my son's room to store some magazines and books. He is now in Seattle and may eventually want this back, but for now, I'll use it. It is so nice to have my books back.
All of my A-Z Country Bumpkin books are on the center left shelf, while the Italian books are in the center stack. They will have to go out someplace else. I was taking a few classes while in California, but need to get back to studying. The jeans on the top shelf are donations from Mr. California Stitching, and will be turned into a ragged edge quilt top once my new cutter from Accuquilt arrives. The sweaters below it are all wool and will be felted for some future project(s).
I am thinking of cataloging all of my projects in hopes that it will make me finish them in a more timely manner. I've tried this before with virtually no success, as you can see on the "Ongoing Projects and Finishes Page" for my half hearted attempt two years ago. It will be a daunting task, but it is something that needs to be done. My in-process inventory is just too high and seems to be getting higher. If any of you dear readers have a good way to do this, please leave a comment below, and thanks in advance! Yes, I know, it's called discipline.
|The all important tree|
|Twenty-six tons of gravel|
|Looks natural, doesn't it?|
Registration for the SAGA Convention opens Monday morning, so I'll be busy this weekend figuring out which classes to take. There are so many lovely choices it will be difficult. I'm leaning towards taking all of Susan O'Connor's classes so I'll need to finish the Embroidered Silk Evening Bag first.