Connor didn't feel terribly well today, so we spent most of the day at home. He snoozed on the couch while I did exciting things like organizing my collection of sequins, sorting seed beads and emptying out my card catalog so I could move it to the garage. I've labeled the drawers by color and I'm storing my rolls of felt in it. If Connor's up to it, I'm going to stop by the hardware store tomorrow so I can pick up some cedar moth balls. I have quite a bit of 100% wool felt, and the last thing I need is to get my studio beautifully organized only to have moths eat all my supplies.
I've gotten far enough into the studio project that I can start doing a bit of sewing again, so I figured it was past time I got back to work on my current Christmas stocking project. It's a butterfly themed stocking, and I basically got as far as cutting out pieces when we moved all my stuff out of Ellen's room and it went into storage. I spent some time experimenting with different ways to decorate the wings, in the end I decided to just go with the old standby and cover the whole mess with sequins. My current motto seems to be "When in doubt, use more sparkly things." Sequins solve all problems.
Of course, I didn't end up working on the stocking in my exciting studio-to-be. I worked on it on the couch while Connor napped and Loki tried to see just how close he could get to my sequin jars with a paw before I ran him off. Oh well.
The design is pretty simple for this one, so unless I get carried away and add a bunch of crazy things it should be done in a couple of weeks. Since I started on it, oh, last December, and it's actually for somebody instead of a random project, it might be nice if I actually got it done before Christmas.
Me? Procrastinate? Never!