Over the past couple of weekends, we spent a lot of time in the car. I didn’t have to drive, so I spent the time sewing background hexagons to flowers and joining the first row of Tiny Flower Garden (sans green “leaf” hexagons, hence the “almost” in the post title). I’m so excited!
It’s actually starting to come together and the more time I spend with it, the more I like it. I wonder if that’s because of the work I’m putting into it–or maybe it’s just that I didn’t expect much from this project, but I’m learning a lot.
I actually got halfway on joining the second row, but I’ll save photos of that until it’s done. Soon, I hope.
To facilitate the “sewing while traveling” thing, I got a thread cutter pendant like I’d made fun of in the past. I’m officially an old lady! Joking aside, it worked really well. I’m not used to wearing necklaces (and I had to wear a necklace of braided threads since I forgot to order a metal chain), but it was much less of a pain to wear it and use it than to unsheathe my tiny sharp scissors every time I needed them. Because I was sewing instead of basting, I didn’t need them too often.