Sure is cool at night for sleeping though. I'm now in the flannel sheets and jammies with the covers gathered over the chin. I zip up a coat to go out in the evenings for the pups bedtime pee. If only a bit of that could find its way to the upstairs of my studio. Maybe we were pushing it and will sit downstairs until the end of September in the air conditioning.
Everyone was in fine spirits and we got to know a new recruit, Kate, who seemed to fit in with the rest of the old shoes. She's a youngin, mother of one and baby on the way. She was keen so I think she'll be back.
I didn't realize it until this morning that I didn't get a picture of Barb's new project, drawn by her husband of their cottage. Rats! I'll catch it next time. Lorraine is working on a gift and didn't want it seen just yet so no picture there either.
Anne working on Alice
I started my pumpkins at the hook-in from the bundles we've made for the fall season. I'll post those later. I worked in a #7 cut for the entire piece. The wool is for wide cutting only. I had an old barn board frame and quickly mounted it with a piece of cardboard but I'll fix it properly later. There is something happy about looking at pumpkins. Maybe it reminds me of all the candy I used to collect in my pillow case on Halloween, seeing all the pumpkin faces in the windows of each house we tricked or treated at.