Peg and I joked a few weeks back about the fact that I start 14 projects and have them all going on at the same time. She on the other hand, starts one or maybe 2 projects, completes them, puts away her project materials, and turns back to greet you from the door of her clean and beautiful home. Sigh.
Just an aside - I don't usually use friends' and families' names on my blogs, but since her name already appeared on Science Geek's blog, and she keeps a pretty low profile on the internet, I take the liberty.
I just picked the number 14 out of the air, but then I started counting up, and sure enough, there were 14 projects in some stage of workin' on it.
Don't believe me? Projects 1-3 involve closets; Projects 4-6 involve fabric and quilt batting; Projects 7-9 involve more fabric and new patterns; Project 10 involves making a beautiful $3 skirt fit my skinny little daughter, Projects 11-12 involve American Girl dolls and fabric; Projects 13-14 involve Modge Podge and beautiful paper.
Since then, each time we mention something, we pipe up - "Project 15!" "Project 16!" (Both those involve yarn)
Well, Monday during Mini-co-op Science she showed me - Project 17. Nope, can't tell you what they are; can't show you what they are. No pictures, because she is giving some to friends at Christmastime. Now I am, too - Project 17 was just too cute, simple, and fun - I had to make a few! I left Peg saying, "I shouldn't have told you." (I'm sure she is just teasing.) So I'll be making some for family and friends, but NONE for mutual friends : )
OK, maybe just one picture: