Fall Huddle

I love the pace of Fall. Gorgeous sunrises, shorter days, cozier nights. This cycle perfectly lends itself to handiwork. One of my goals is to slow down and enjoy the season. At least nowadays we don’t have to stitch by candlelight. 🙂

Other than a new start, my focus has been (and will be until I finally finish) Nora Corbett’s Halloween Fairy. This is a gift for my sister, and at this point, I am ready to be DONE with this one! *cough*So I can start on my own At the Met.*cough* I am at the homestretch – stitching the moon and the rest of the vines and beading – but am having a hard time staying motivated. It’s going to be my focus this weekend.

In “knitting news,” I almost have my second “for me” shawl. A “for me” is a finished object that I keep for myself. I have knitted several shawls but only have one “for me.” I have the last garter section to do for All About that Brioche shawl by Lisa Hannes. I will definitely have it done by Thanksgiving which makes me very happy.

Happy Stitching!


A Whole Lotta Stitchin’ Going On

Hello, all!
A lot of stitching going on; so quick update!

New starts:

  • “All Creatures Great and Small” by Barbara Ana Designs
  • “Elizabeth McGuire, 1763” (Dear Diary #3) by Little House Needleworks


  • “Seven Swans a Swimming” by Nora Corbett
  • “Trick or Treat (Halloween) Fairy” by Nora Corbett

So many threads everywhere! I hope everyone is finding time for themselves and stitching. Happy Stitching!