A week or so ago, I wanted a project to take with me to a sewing day at a friend's house. Everything I had to hand was in a state which needed lots of cutting or planning and I wanted something I could just grab and take. I rummaged through my cupboard, and found an embroidery I had done years ago, which was part of a kit.
It was a kit by Picaninni Patchwork called "Tea for Two", and I bought it at a show at least 5 years ago.
And here it is on the chair in my workroom where I sit and ponder or sew or plan, or sometimes just sit.
The other thing I have dragged out to work on lately is this baby cot quilt I am making for my friend's baby.
Elena was born in February, and I had intentions of paying a visit to Melbourne to see her in April, but plans changed and we went to see the Dearly Beloved's mother in England, so the dead line vaporised and I lost interest. It ended up in the "to do" pile.
We have now received an invitation to the Naming Ceremony in September, so I have to get a wriggle on to finish it.