For some reason, my photos won't load--so this is going to be words only.
Yesterday we started Madam Butterfly's Etui with Jackie du Plessis.
Today we made the paper mock-up to help with assembly.
Yesterday, Dearly Beloved and I tottered (literally--my right knee has been giving me fits!) to the Blue Talon for lunch. He had French onion soup and a ginormous meatloaf sandwich. I had cream of asparagus soup and chicken crepes. We walked around the Historic District for a little bit until my knee said it had had more than enough.
Today we had a buffet lunch as part of the event--and were treated to a lecture by Martha Washington herself! The presenter was very good, and I could have listened to her all afternoon. We were going to the DeWitt Wallace this afternoon, but knee said no and Dearly Beloved said he needed a nap.
Since we're staying in, I might get the stitching done on my scissors fob, which is part of the kit for Madam Butterfly's Etui, which means I might get the finishing done tomorrow, which means I could go home with a completed project.
That has never happened before. Since this is the last time this event will be held, I should make sure it occurs.
There has been major stash enhancement. Major stash enhancement. Dearly Beloved does not need to know how much stash enhancement has been done, so I haven't pulled out everything once I get back to the room. There has also been online stash enhancement, in that a piece that Alison Cole taught for the Crewel Works Company was on sale as of today along with three ornaments using motifs from the major piece.
I don't need to do any stash enhancement ever again.
I say that with every event.
Need has nothing to do with it. Want has everything to do with it.
And right now, I want to stitch.
So I am.