Happy Memorial Day, friends. Who’s sewing or up to anything else fun?
Yesterday I sewed–all day–and it was great.
I had some fun with konas. I’ve had this idea in my mind since getting back from Market, and so I played around with that.
Today might be less eventful in terms of sewing, but I’m optimistic that I can squeeze a little bit of something in later. First, I should try to get on top of some stuff before I head out to NYC in a few days. (Should being the key word here…)
But, I did want to mention a couple of fun things:
+ HUGE thanks to all the awesome local folks for meeting up with me at Bok Tower on Saturday. It was such a treat to connect with you guys! We have a wealth of creativity here in central Florida, and we should definitely get together more often. Who’s with me?
+ Next, I’m headed out to NYC this week and busily prepping for my workshop and book signing at Purl. (Can’t wait!) If you are interested in the class, there might still be spots available, and if you’re in town definitely make sure to come by for my book signing after the class ends at 5:00pm. I’d love to see you, and my book won’t otherwise be available until July.
+ The summer Road Trip Pattern Club early bird special ends today, so if you want to get in early, jump on it.
+ Last, I’ve got a designer bundle of some of my favorite solids up for sale at Pink Chalk. They’re celebrating their 6th birthday with lots of fun stuff. (Happy Birthday Pink Chalk!) I love Pink Chalk and was thrilled to be able to put together this set. It’s got so many of my favorite konas.
Pink Chalk is also being super generous and letting me give away a bundle here on my blog…so, to enter, leave a comment on this post about what sorts of fun summer sewing plans you’ve got up your sleeves. Comment until midnight Wednesday (May 28), and I’ll announce the winner Thursday (May 29).