I don't have a lot to show for my weekend, unfortunately. We put our house back on the market and had agents wanting to bring their clients through. This of course, is a good thing, but I wasn't quite ready for them. I had about two and a half hours to put the house to rights before the first group came through. Let me just say, it will be a miracle if we find half of the stuff I jammed into closets and drawers.... But, wow, does the house ever look nice!
I did make another zippered bag for my son, who is thinking he would like one for every small electronic gadget he owns. As you see, I have departed from the Terri Atkinson pattern and am now doing my own version. I can easily customize the size of the bag, and for a guy I am elimating the sweet patchwork. My quilting is more dense than she calls for in her pattern as well.
I made lots of progress on my Eventide quilt, which I will show you all tomorrow. I had to do a major tidying of my sewing room, which now looks great but is completely impractical. No more ironing board, and all my rulers and things have been stashed away.
I also met with my embroidery class, which as always was super fun. I love this Renoir painting of a woman embroidering. The colors in the painting are the exact colors I am using for my project! Which, at the rate I am going, should be finished by 2025, should I live that long.
Got sidetracked once I got to class though. I picked up some simple little cotton Onsies and thought they would benefit from some embellishment.