Today it is cold, windy and wet; an ideal day for staying in and stitching. I was very good and helped DH tidying the utility room this morning (we still have a lot to do, this is the room that is the place to dump everything that hasn't got a proper home in our house) so this afternoon I escaped to my sewing room. DH has also given up on the sorting and tidying. He "discovered" his guitars and also his gramophone player during the tidy up and so I can hear ancient ditties floating up the stairs, getting slower and slower as the gramophone runs down! Technology eh?
Back to the stitching. I've prepped three more pages for my Hadrian's Wall book. One is a simple Bondaweb landscape that needs some quilting, another is the same landscape but created with oil pastels, ditto the stitching, and, finally, I've gathered fabrics and thread together for a texture/shades of the Fells piece. I'll work on the handstitching on Tuesday at Country Roads Quilters.
I also made an "infinity scarf". This is a pattern I admired on quilting friend, Fenella, a few months ago and I have finally created my own.