We made it to Spokane. Taking the scenic route, we drove just over 3,000 miles. But according to the Google maps, we are only 2,554 miles apart. I miss you! My crafts and supplies are everywhere. There’s a puddle of blank peg dolls on the floor of the room I’ve designated as my studio space. It’s in the basement but it has a nice window and lots of room to spread out. I somehow managed to sew up a lunch bag for the girl before school started, despite not having any real chairs in the house yet. I used this pattern from DesignBlanche on Etsy. It’s nice and big and will hold a water bottle and a hearty lunch inside.
Remember the day we went to the quilt store in that little town where the fiber festival was and I bought this pink floral print and the blue shot cotton?
I’m thinking about Autumn and all the knitting that needs to get done before it gets cold. I can’t wait to start our Churchmouse poncho knit-along! (But I need to find where I packed away the pattern first.)
P.S. Thank you for reminding me to write yarn on all of the book boxes that I stuffed yarn into. I think I’ve found it all.