Some other stuff happened this week--we went to the EMP Museum on Monday and saw lots of cool stuff like stakes from Buffy the Vampire Slayer and a Dalek and Star Trek paraphernalia and lots of clothing of Women Who Rock (my daughter LOVED the frothy pink Loretta Lynn gown). A replica of a meat dress, even. Oh yeah, and Princess Bride stuff! It was pretty amazing. Buttercup's wedding gown is beautiful.
Then school started on Wednesday, for my boys. Here's hoping for a very good school year for them both.
Last weekend I went to a Seattle MQG sew-in; it was pretty fun. I finished up 4 x-plus blocks, one scrappy trip block, and started some selvage Christmas ornaments. I had a good time visiting with friends too, it is so good to get to know people a little better and there are some way cool people in that group.
So here is my sewing photo catch-up:
x-plus blocks 9-13
x-plus blocks 14-17
Unswapped berry-colored selvage potholders--I made these for the September Seattle MQG meeting but it was on the first day of school, which was the night before the first early middle school day, and I felt like I needed to stay home and do bedtime with my kids. We're trying hard to get really solidly into our routine and I think it will help a lot. So I didn't swap my potholders. Maybe there will be some others that still need to swap next time. Or maybe I'll just keep them. I like them.
The Double Wedding Ring challenge
Two color quilt challenge for Seattle MQG
Submissions for a certain magazine
And a secret project that I'm not all the way sure about doing yet.
I'm also finally watching the most recent season of Dr. Who and rereading The Graveyard Book.
What are your plans for the month?