Here's the outside
And the insides.
And I am generally happy with it.
And when I haven't been poking at this, I managed to get a basket worked on Abigail Davis (aka Pandemic Project)
That little blue line is my basting line, which definitely helped. I highly recommend doing that when you have isolated elements.
And I've filled in another set of diamonds on the Queen stitch needle case.
So, what am I going to work on next?
I could start one of the Betsy Morgan designs from the workshop that Covid-19 prevented in June. Those kits arrived last week and have been very tempting.
I would have loved to have taken the classes with Betsy--one last time with her at Salty Yarns--but it was not to be. At least I can enjoy stitching the projects.
You know, I was thinking about this year the other day. It feels like it's happened in big blobs. We had a couple of normal-ish months, then there was the big March-April-May blob when I was working from home and staying at home and getting too much of home, then we've had the summer blob where I went back to work at the office but otherwise have been at home. It looks like the fall will be another big blob where nothing changes and there's not a lot to create any kind of structure.
Usually, by now, we've gone to visit The Flash, and Baby Girl and I have had a couple of road trips to Salty Yarns, and we've visited Mother, and I've had a chance to hang out with my stitching buddies at various guild meetings. I really miss all those things--so I wish people would just wear their damn masks and stay away from each other at a safely social distance so we could starve the virus out.
I think I need to take a deep breath and stitch on something.