Yesterday I finished the fifth 10, and today I finished the sixth 10. So all 60 are pressed and cut to size. I am ready for the next clue this coming Friday. Hoo-ee, I can do something else tomorrow!
Well, I did also take a little time for my "notion holder".
These are close to what I wanted, and I just have to sew together the opening in the lining by hand. I can put one in the Bee exchange with the "notion" enclosed, and use the other as a gift. At least the two recipients will be able to tell them apart. Hmm, guess I'll have to put something in the second one too.
I am reading "The Birth House" by Ami McKay , about a midwife in Nova Scotia around 1915. Someone on the internet suggested it, so I requested it at the library. I'm fascinated with how much life has changed in 100 years.
Next up will be "Independent People" by Halldor Laxness, set in Iceland. Another suggestion from the internet, and received from the library.
Advent candles in the darkness