As I am still feeling some discomfort shooting down my arm from my shoulder, I haven't attempted the last 4 weeks of TextileArtist.orgStitch Club. Next fortnight's workshop is one I would like to do as it involves making a scroll.
Due to another 7 day (at this stage) lockdown, things are quiet, the days will be taken up with reading, my daily one hour walks, a couple of zoom meetings and generally pottering around the garden.
Over the last several weeks I have been doing things that don't involve holding a hoop for stitching.
Eco printing on paper.
Made a batch of handmade papers for a Japanese bound book.
Before Lockdown, walked around Daylesford Lake.
My favourite Australian bird, the Kookaburra. Sunning himself on a farm fence.
Our pumpkins that grew from seed out of the compost heap.
The Dwarf Orange and Dwarf Mandarins are slowly ripening.
Last week was the sighting of the Super Blood Moon.
Not sure how I took this photo.
I spent a long time changing the settings on my camera, sadly it was not to be that I got a photo of the red moon.
A cool day today though the sun was shining, we walked the river wearing our masks and social distancing as best as we could from others. The walking paths were very busy. I woke with a head cold on Tuesday, went and got myself covid tested....Negative....thank goodness.
Tomorrow is the last day of autumn, my favourite season. The year is flying past.