I’m also sewing on my long neglected regency stays, when working on the coat isn’t doable for some reason. I have the bust gussets sewn in, and am working on all the cording on the front piece.
I try to get the last boxes unpacked, and enjoy the candles shining in the evening darkness. I love autumn.
Little B is walking around, pushing a chair for support. He understands most of what we say now, and find enjoyment in the praise he gets when doing what we ask him to. He’s a delightful, sweet, clever, loving little person, smothering us with very wet kisses. I’m so happy to be his Mum, and lucky to be a stay at home Mum.
I’m thrilled that Sewing with Babies is being shared! For the moment I can get a few stitches done every now and then if I do my sewing standing up (if I sit down I must be doing something fun, and B will want to be part of it, which is not always possible), or having him in my lap, and explaining what I’m doing (“the needle goes down through the fabric, then up, and SWISH goes the thread! Down, up, SWISH!”).
Tobias and I are watching the Wartime Farm series, and it’s as delightful as Victorian Farm and Edwardian Farm was. I want to make a down quilt just like the one Ruth made.
And that’s it really. I hope you all have a pleasant autumn, and hopefully I’ll have something interesting to post about soon.
Your Regency stays look lovely so far - very fine stitching!!!ReplyDelete
It's wonderful to work leisurely on projects in a cosy home during autumn (and winter) while outside it's getting colder & darker, isn't it?!