Winter is making its presence felt this week here in Eastern Washington. Freezing rain came, then a little snow; schools closed or at least delayed classes for a couple hours. But I hear that temperatures are going up into the 40s tomorrow so that'll take care of the remaining snow.
So with the snow flying, I've finished my "Falling Leaves" project.
It was a great relaxing design to stitch. The overdyes that I used were:
The Gentle Art: Linen, Rudolph's Nose, Dried Thyme, and an unmarked color that must have come from a grab bag I picked up somewhere.
Weeks Dye Works: Whiskey
The ground fabric is a leftover piece of Lugana that I've had forever.
I haven't picked up a new stitching project this week since every spare minute this week has been spent baking! On Saturday my church hosts a high-end bake sale to benefit the local pregnancy center. The wheat grinder is whirring away, the Bosch is mixing, and the loaves of cinnamon bread are baking in the oven. Plus I'm making up chocolate and red velvet cake balls, and I'm hoping to get some cookies baked too.
In order to accomplish this, I'm having to cut back on my work hours this week. Good thing my boss (my husband) lets me do what I need to do, lol!