I'll be keeping it simple until I get the hang of this, so please bear with me. Speaking of simple, one of my most frequently used patterns is top D from the ancient Simplicity 5970.
Want to see some more of those?
These take just a bit of fabric and are easy to throw on in hot, humid New England summers.
But that is not all I aspire to, oh no. Sometimes my experiments have worked out nicely, but more often, and seemingly in direct relation to how much work I've put in, I have ended up with a piece of clothing that I'm just not going to wear. This will be a record of my attempt to turn that around. Stay tuned for a look at some of my past and future efforts.
Thanks for reading!
Two painted turtles were crisscrossing the grass in front of the house yesterday, looking for a place to lay their eggs.
I hope our eastern phoebe finds a mate soon, because he is screeching from dawn to dusk.
(I wanted to insert an audio link to the phoebe's call here; so much to learn . . .)