Or, rather, sewing chair. We are back home from our New Year’s Festivities. We gather with old friends in our old neighborhood and act like old people. Which is to say, we eat, drink, play cards, watch the ball drop and then everyone packs up and goes home! LOL. Some of us wondered if we could call it New Year’s an hour early with the East Coasters. Since we live on East Coast time* I thought it a great idea.
I did shawl knitting while we were traveling, I decided to keep knitting with the dark green Suri Merino. Story about the niece’s shawl beneath. I dropped by their apt to deliver it Tuesday, but they didn’t answer. I had a drawstring bag with me, so I hung it from the doorknob. I texted her to let her know. When she got home, it wasn’t there. I told her I hung it on a door with a wreath on it. Uh, that’s not their apartment!! LOL. Luckily their neighbor had it and handed it over. I was afraid I would be making ANOTHER Miss Dashwood so soon after the 2 I’ve just made.
I got back in the sewing room last night to catch up on my Patriotic Duty and October. Now I am ready for more block building on PD and Oct is ready for the Flying Geese I need to make the 9 patches into stars.
Quiltville Mystery Monday
*Our state is all East Coast time except for our former city and a small area by Chicago. it makes no sense for us to be on Eastern, because the entire state is closer to Chicago than New York!