The last time we met here on this old blog, I mentioned that we had a new college graduate in the family. Those four years flew by, as I knew they would. We dropped this girl off for cross country camp at the College of Wooster in 2009...
And this is who we got back in 2013.
So...Another week of summer has come and gone, but it feels more like fall around here than summer. My Favorite Weatherman tells me that we had some record cold temperatures here in July, with one night hitting a low of 43 degrees. Brrr! Throw on that extra blanket! It's been nice to have the A/C off for a couple weeks though. I need fresh air.
I have a couple new bits of stitching to show you. The first is from Plum Street Samplers' newest, Betsy's Stockings. It was super fun to stitch. And if you buy a fat-eighth, you can fit all three stockings onto it.
|On 36 ct. Meadow Rue, with WDW threads|
And we made an unexpected trip to Cleveland last weekend, so that always means a stop in Crafty Ewe, where I found this JBW chart. It's not newly published, but it was new to me and it seemed like Fall was in the air anyway, so I couldn't resist this quick stitch.
|On a scrap of light green linen, with WDW threads and Victorian Sampler hand dyed chenille.|