Then yesterday it all changed.
I love to pick hydrangeas, put them in vases with no water, and let them dry on their own.
Some people hang them up to dry, but this always works for me.
Dale and I took a walk through the pumpkin patch, where L was driving tractor, helping her brother gather up all the pumpkins.
I wish I looked that good in pink rubber boots.
I had an idea to overdye something that I had already woven. Since I had dyed the weft before I wove it, you could say this is "double dyed".
Cotton and Bamboo.
My friend for Georgia was up for her yearly visit.
As usual, it went by too fast.
We always have so much fun together.
We decided to tackle a project that I had been thinking of. The coat area inside my back door has always been atrocious.
We took down that awful old shelf, we found the old front door of the house up in the barn, we hauled it down, washed it, pulled out nails and staples, and made it into a new coat rack.
The hooks are black, and it is much sturdier than what was there.
She bought me the fluted pans to make taco shells with, so we tested them out with a shrimp taco salad.
It's been a busy week, not much weaving or sewing got done, but we had a great time.
I thoroughly enjoyed having my old friend here, but now I'm exhausted.
So I will leave you with this picture of a CAT....no, not just any cat.........Sydney Susan, who really doesn't get the purpose of the "ball game/scratching pad".
That's ok, Syd.