A Week Just Slipped By

Turkey Tracks: May 28, 2022

A Week Just Slipped By

…since I last posted.

It was a really busy week that included walks alone and with friends, some coffee visits here, and lots and lots of outdoor tasks, to include mowing yesterday to get ahead of the much-needed rain today.

Along the way I got the Churn Dash quilt on and off the longarm—and made and installed its cheerful red binding (also Cotton+Steel from my dwindling stash. This quilt is so cute! And I really like the secondary patterns that form.

Today’s rainy day will be spent sewing the two knit garments I have had cut out for TWO YEARS—a top and a dress. Then I’ll move the serger and set up the Bernina (my first real sewing machine bought in the late 1990s) so my 12-year old granddaughter who will be coming in late June can try it out. This granddaughter is SEWING.

Author: louisaenright

I am passionate about whole, nutrient-dense foods, developing local markets, and strengthening communities.

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