It feels weird to keep up my normal blog routine in the midst of the corona pandemic, but here we are… it’s Wednesday again and while we’re trying to self-isolate as much as possible, I’ve had more time to get some crafting done at home. Plus, it’s been a major anxiety-reliever in the midst of all the unsettling news. I hope you’re doing what you can to stay safe and sane during these crazy times!
Dear House cross stitch
I ran out of floss, so this one is at a standstill. While I wait for more to come in the mail, I’ve been reflecting a lot on how grateful I am to live in this safe, happy home of ours. There are times when I wish we had more space or a different configuration, but it is more than enough, and stitching this little saying has made me think a lot on that theme.
Dear House, you are really very small.
Just big enough for love, that’s all.
Buzzy String cross stitch
Of course I had to start a new cross stitch pattern while I wait for more floss to arrive! I have plenty of options waiting in the wings, but I picked this one for a quick & easy distraction. I’m dreaming of summer days when this pandemic is behind us…
Round 3 is done!
The Music City modern quilt guild is releasing a new row each month, and it’s been the perfect pace for me. We’re having a virtual meeting this weekend, so I’ll actually get to attend this month! It’s been a while.
That’s all for now. Hope you are staying safe!