Dearly Beloved has been "foraging" early in the morning, immediately after the stores open after being closed for deep cleaning and re-stocking. So, like everybody else, we're learning to deal with the new normal.
And we do have toilet paper.
Despite the fact that my corner of the living room now has a tangle of cords instead of a tangle of threads, I've been getting a little bit of stitching done.
Finally the second profile on the needle book for Ode to Jane Austen is stitched! And I started on the panel for the messenger bag, which will become a holder for a spool of thread or pearl cotton.
I am so close to having all the bits and pieces of this project stitched . . . so close . . . so very close . . .
But I'm starting to get restless. Even though I said this was going to be the year I was going to finish at least a fraction of the workshop and online class projects I have started, I'm beginning to get the urge to start something completely new. You know, untouched ground fabric, threads to sort and organize, instructions to read over, a brand new beginning.
It may not have been helped when a package arrived:
Margriet had a sale about a month ago, and I've been looking at these samplers for awhile, so I splurged.
And I do have scroll frames available . . .
Nope, nope, nope, I need to keep my eye on the prize and get some UFO's into the FO category.
Unless, of course, being home full-time starts to drive me bugnutz crazy and I need a distraction.