Starting with the news, I began a new job this week. I should say that I began an additional job because I still have the old one. So now I have two part-time jobs. This is far from ideal, but I welcome the additional work (and income). And if everything works out with the new job (knock on wood) it could eventually become a permanent, full-time position that replaces the two part-time gigs. So, here's hoping.
What this means in the short-term though is that I'll have less crafting time! I had to skip my sewing class last night because I needed to get home at a reasonable hour and sleep. The getting up early in the morning, in addition to the evening classes, wore me down. I'll get used to it, but I needed a break.
Anyhow, what this means for the blog is that I'll probably be posting less often, since I imagine I'll have less to show you and less time to write up entries. I'll see how it goes. I'm always amazed by those of you who work full-time and yet write several entries a week, if not daily!!!
As far as my Renfrew plans...they are still planned. ;) They might stay in that stage for a while. But I will at least continue working on my Burda jacket at sewing class, slowly but surely.
In the meantime, I did start a cross-stitch project. Here's what I've got so far:
I feel like embroidery and knitting are easier to pick up and put down and pick up again than sewing. Cross-stitch is especially easy to go back to, as long as you hang on to the materials.
Look, here's an interloper:
She was making my "photo shoot" difficult.
And because you can have one cat without the other: