Anyway - here are some pics of my little "social tote." It even included a pattern for a matching pincushion, so I made that too... fits perfectly in one of the small pockets!
Hope you are having a lovely day - It's beautiful here in So. Calif. today - comfortably cool and 'autumn-y". Leaves are green (since we don't have much of a seasonal change here), but it still feels like fall. Tomorrow is Halloween and we might even get some rain!
I am getting ready for my guild's biannual retreat to Saylor's Sandcastle at the beach. SO looking forward to 4 days with fellow quilters. Prepping for the stay is always a busy time here at serial quilter headquarters. I am dithering between which projects to take with me. Not that I lack for UFOs, just a question of which ones to bring. I am planning on bringing a lot of applique projects, and doing all the edge-stitching on them, as well as one quilting project and a saturday sampler block if I feel the need to do some piecing. My problem? - Will those be enough, or should I bring more? I don't want to end up twiddling my thumbs the last day or two, while projects languish at home. Otoh, I don't want to overwhelm myself with projects packed in the car and never needing to be unpacked even. Where is that balance of 'just right?' Well, I have one week to figure it out...