Grading, grading, grading . . . keep those finals moving . . . (think theme to Rawhide, for those of you – ahem – vintage enough to remember the theme to Rawhide). I wound up with finals on Thursday and Friday of finals week, so it’s been a grading weekend. Still, if I can get my brain (“this is your brain on vacation; this is your brain during finals” – sizzle . . .) to cohere long enough, I just might finish it all up tomorrow.
Just in time to make a bunch of bookmarks for Christmas. I hope.
Meanwhile, Shez has won the GO! ornaments. Congratulations!
Earlier in the week, as I was waiting for the finals to roll around, I made up a few more Kindle sleeves. I really will put some up on Etsy. (I’ve been trying to come up with a shop name. Daisy Fair is my latest thought). Making them has been kind of addictive – kind of? – and I don’t really need a lifetime supply. But, really, aren’t they sweet?
Using the leaves from AccuQuilt GO! Rose of Sharon die:
And the leaves and flowers from the Rose of Sharon die:
And while the red, black, and whites are out, another spotted puppy:
With pretty inside fabric, too:
For anyone who missed, I have the tutorial for making up these sleeves here.
I also have an Xmas table runner to finish which really has to be done this week, so I should have pictures soon.