Greetings from the North. Lots of sewing has been happening, but so have many other things, so photo-taking's been at a minimum.
Well, I have to admit I've taken a lot of bird photos. I've spotted 140 species this year so far. Especially exciting was photographing the Pacific Loon, an ocean bird, on a Minnesota lake. Minnesota is nowhere an ocean.
Maybe because of winter's onslaught, I've been stitching up lots of cozy clothing, especially pants for the girls.
I've made this hooded sweatshirt (Ottobre 1-2004-14) numerous times, but I think this is the first time I've done the Jump Sweatpants (1-2008-19), which have a wide yoga-style waistband.
I'm happy to have finally used up my super stiff 2" elastic (ribbed non-roll). My new roll, knitted, is so much softer. I'll have to take note of how much it rolls during wear.
After a dry, warm fall and early winter, we suddenly got over 13 inches of snow in one day. Wahoo!
My outdoor photo spot. Farewell till spring.