Monday, September 28, 2020
Tuesday, September 8, 2020
As usual, my spouse and I went up north to Door County in Wisconsin. It was a whole new experience without the normal festivities of Labor Day: no music, no art fairs, no outdoor food trucks, and no used book sale. Yet there were many, many people. We remained distant and ate outdoors. For the most part people were very good wearing masks.
And as always, being with nature is restorative and so beautiful.
We love visiting parks and walking beaches and trails.
We even visited a lighthouse at the Coast Guard Station.
The weather was a combination of cool and at times very windy. But it was a great getaway.
We did visit a small outdoor art fair, maybe 8 venders. But this is the top of one I really liked:
If you look closely these are batik fabrics made into these banners. So easy: no seams on the edges and the top is just folded over the hanging string. I thought it would be great for outdoors.
I have not done much sewing of late, but have decided to complete my row by row from a couple years ago completed from the guild.
This is the status of where I began the final stage. So many wonderful houses and buildings made by friends.