I got it in my head that I could do some finishing after work.
Now maybe I could do the sewing part of it, but not the measuring, cutting, and ironing part. I should not be allowed close to a rotary cutter after either a visit with my mother or any intense work day--and I've had both since last I wrote.
So I decided to go back to Zen stitching and have picked up the kit for Ode to Jane Austen again.
Here is where I am after an evening of stitching:
I'm enjoying the rhythm of the leaf pattern and it fits into the soothing type of stitching that fits my life at the moment. After work, I need to have something that will be easy to pick up.
But on the week-ends, watch out! I plan to wield that rotary cutter with a vengeance tomorrow and get the carrier case for Tsubaki underway!