It’s been a great weekend so far. We are now out of stage 4 lockdown so we can move about a bit easier.
I had Friday night at home to myself so I joined in with
FNSI with WENDY. You can have a look at what others were sewing too.
And I started off with some knitting to finish my scarf. This is the one using teabag strings. I have made it 6 foot long and already know who I will be giving this to for a gift. My work colleagues are still collecting them so it looks like I’ll be making another one. It is easy to pick up when I don’t really want to concentrate too much.
Then I worked on my RSC - yellow project MULTIPLY blocks.
These are now added to January’s colour Pink.
This was all while I binge watched DEEP WATER. THIS WAS A GREAT SERIES 1 which I got really trapped watching. I watched the whole lot of the series. Went to bed at 4am...
When I finally got up on Saturday (about lunch time) I continued sewing with yellows.
I sewed all my scrap yellow crumbs to make library bags and pencil cases.
I have added a book to each bag too. My friend gave me some books and Big W at the moment have a free book each week for 6 weeks you can collect. The staff at work kindly collected some for me. These library bags are being donated to underprivileged children. Without bags they cannot borrow library books.
Now I have 8 sets to post off to Jan Mac for Melbourne charities. Jan donates to so many different charities so it feels good to support her. https://sewmanyquiltstoolittletime.blogspot.com/
I’m also linking up with ANGELA for RSC SCRAP HAPPY SATURDAY.