When I return to the studio, I don’t plan to “cross the cattle” guard for a good while!
I hope it works out this way! (It's already changed! Must attend training to work the November election! Oh well, at least I'm working!) Setting up a game
plan has been a big help to keep me focused and on point. After I get a bunch
done shared in Part 1 and Part 2, I plan to create a few things I found during the September long National Sewing Month’s celebration ~ for myself.
I recently made a camo handbag but it needs to be a bit larger for all the stuff I carry around with me. The next one will have an internal zipper like Craft Passion explains in her tutorial.
Although summer 2013 is over, I think the wide brim hat is perfect protection from the
Texas fall/winter sun rays as well. Before I
start the much needed work on our keyhole garden before winter hits (readying it for a spring garden), I need something
like this. I’m thankful The Weekend Designer provided a great tutorial.
I have a bit of muslin fabric in my stash I’m sure won’t be used in the other projects previously listed/planned. I believe it will be perfect to try my hand at printing… oops, reminds me, I need to put celery on the grocery list! Wonder what I could make to display the original printed fabric? Maybe a pillow?
I know I have to wait a while before tackling the suitcase. I would love to work on it, to get it done to help organize my dolly things, but I must place it on the bottom of my list.
And, Last But Not Least … I want to learn how to use my new embroidery machine!!!! I need quiet time to study and practice…
Now, something fun for you…
- When you see a post on my Facebook page, something like: “Part 1, DONE” or “Part 2, DONE” etc. ~ you’ll know what I’m talking about!
- Be the first to comment on my Facebook page, mentioning at least three (3) items I should have completed to be “Done” and win a handmade prize!