I was just rooting around in the unfinished project bin, looking for a distraction for the hospital tomorrow (I'm having my sinuses roto-rooted again) and came across a second pair of Mrs. Beetons. I didn't dare take the kiddo's cardigan for fear my knitting would get lost during surgery and the sweater would wind up with just one sleeve. Risking the loss of a wrist warmer doesn't bother me quite as much.
Anyway, it occured to me as I looked back at Mrs. Beeton the First that my photography is gradually improving. I'd like to continue to take better shots, so I've decided to take the Photojojo challenge to take one photograph every day for a year. Hopefully I'll continue to see some progress in my work as a result. But there's no way I'm going to force you to suffer through all these shots with me, so I'll post them into Flickr, and you're welcome to look if you're interested. I think it will be fun. Anyone want to join me in this little venture?
And as long as I'm taking on additional projects, here one I'm really excited about. Starting in November, I'll be teaching a beginning sewing class at Purl. I can't wait! I'm just trying to decide which projects to offer. They need to be fun, relatively quick, and involve appropriate skills for a beginner. I'm thinking buttonholes, zippers, corners and curves. Plus a little handstitching like hemming, blindstitch, and running stitch. So many possibilities! At least I'll have something to mull over while I'm recovering during the next few days.
See you soon.