After being away from home for two days, I easily slipped back into my sewing routine. I found that I missed sitting down at the sewing machine for a couple of hours on Wednesday evening while I was away.
I enjoyed making my "Believe" wall hanging so much that I decided to make a "Faith" one like it. Here's a little sneak peak.
I though I would be able to finish it today but it probably won't happen. I really need to do some cleaning. But, that may wait. Our town has a Frontiers Day on the first Saturday each October on the town square. Many people go and stay all day. They offer some games for adults and children, along with food, entertainment and craft vendors. I usually go and walk through it but do not stay long. It is a fun and festive atmosphere.
Our 30th anniversary is Monday so tonight Larry and I are going out to eat at Fort Smith and then the hear the Fort Smith Symphony. Of course, we have a little shopping to do also. I can't wait. I've only been to the Symphony once about 15 years ago.
So, I'm going to squeeze in a little quilting before I go out to the happenings on the square in downtown Paris.
Usually I say, have fun sewing the day away. But CJ is right, it's the time of year, here in Arkansas, to go out and enjoy the wonderful cool weather. I think Sunday night temperatures are expected to drop down to the high 30's. Wait, we've only had fall weather for two weeks now.
Happy snipping, stitching and quilting.