Camp Nano: Going well at 4295 words out of my 30,000 word goal. So far there have been two days without writing and today I only wrote ~200 words on my lunch break. I'm also trying to step up my reading of urban fantasy novels. I've made it through two, one that I liked and one that I didn't. Lessons learned both ways.
Cross stitch projects: I heard back from Dimensions and they will be sending my threads out soon, meaning I *might* be able to finish Butterfly Profusion this month. In the meantime, I put The Might Samurai on my frame for those TV nights.
Not much new to see here yet, just a little bit of the trees on the left were added this week.
Quilts: Kona sunset was squared up and the border fabric ironed. I didn't cut and stitch the borders yet and here is why:
When I ordered the stonehenge fabric for Jack's quilt, I overpaid on shipping and the Etsy seller sent me that charm pack to refund the extra shipping. Pretty awesome, yes? It's full of a rainbow of colors and I know EXACTLY what quilt I'm going to make with it.
Only instead of all low volume backgrounds, I'm going to use whites, grays, and blacks, with the whites closest to the colors and fading to blacks. That means that I need to get the current quilt off of my design floor, where it had been since early May.
I blame Ragnarok for making this project long term and saying prayers of thanks for a wonderful husband who doesn't mind it when I leave a quilt on the floor for
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