Not much sewing has been happening around here in the summer--too busy swimming, riding, working outside, etc. All of those things are wonderful, but when it rains I do scoot up to sewing world and stitch a little of this and a little of that. So, a little plus a little does not equal a lot, but here's what I've been up to.
I finished my great granny squared but haven't decided on a backing or anything else. I'm pleased with it and the navy background.
I made a couple of zippy bags to take with me to camp. I love the foxes on this one.
And the dress form on this one. Don't ask me what lines each fabric is from, because I'm hopeless at keeping track of that sort of thing. I tend to buy when fabric is on sale and pick up fat quarters of whatever catches my eye.
I took the bags with me to hold all the bits and bobs needed while going from one music class to another. I went to CAMMAC (Canadian Amateur Musicians Camp) for early music week and had a wonderful time. I was either singing or playing my recorder all day long. Great food and great company too!
This was my month to receive blocks from my Canadian Wee Bee, so here are most of them up on the design wall (otherwise known as a plastic tablecloth!) Don't they all look happy and cheerful! Now I need to think how to put them all together. I really enjoy making very different types of blocks each month, but this month I am behind!
I am linking up to The Needle and Thread Network today, so go take a look.