Things have settled down slightly after the whirl-wind of the quilt show this past 4th of July weekend. I'm happy to report the second day of the show was much busier than the first! I sold a little of everything and met a group of gals who I think may be my next class of enthusiastic rug hookers!
While at the show I was working on the rug in the photo. My 1820 Sunflower design that I am hooking for a customer! I was able to demonstrate and get a few loops pulled on this commissioned piece as well! Multi tasking at it's best!
So now that the show is history....
....and my wool is stacked neatly on the shelves again here in the studio ( you know how much of a twit I am about that LOL!) I can concentrate on a few things for Fall.
Yup... Fall! It actually feels like Fall here in Wisconsin this morning. It is 60 degrees with a crisp chilly breeze. I know we are probably still in for some humid hot weather... hopefully... but there are signs of early Autumn about.
And as you may notice... a few signs of it in my studio as well!
A gentle reminder to stop and listen to the chimes singing in the garden in the summer breeze.
The loons calling as they fly overhead.
I love Autumn but need to slow summers pace. So many things yet to accomplish in the next few weeks. Moving my 92 year old mother-in-law to an assisted living home....traveling with family to a deceased aunt and uncles inurnment in Milwaukee are but a few of the things which will keep me busy as July zips by.