So we've been traveling, first myself and then my Yummy Hubby. Not too much of sewing, unfortunately, except maybe in my head :-) I never imagined trying to keep a household by myself could be so time consuming! Made me realize how much I take for granted, and how spoilt I've let myself be.
But all is back to 'normal' now, as normal as can be. As much as I hate to admit it, it's so nice having a routine. Especially one that involves lots and lots of FABRIC *big grin*!
Right then, I haven't been completely idle, and I do have something to share. I've found a great way to still continue with projects, even when on the go. Of course it's much slower, no appliances to speed things along (I AM a Fabric Case, but I draw the line at lugging a sewing machine around on business trips). Just the humble needle, a few pins and a spool of thread. Oh, and a small pair of scissors. All in a little case (handmade, of course) that carries in the handbag.
And when things get a bit quiet, when there's a little breather (when the boss in not looking, eheheh), out the little pouch comes. A few quick stitches here, a little snip there, and at the end of the day, there's a pile of little paper pieced hexagons.
Which grows, and grows.
What a great way to travel, don't you think?