Planning for my transition from working to staying home has consumed all of my thoughts lately. I still have two more weeks of working to go and I am certainly counting the days.
On top of all this change, we turned over a second garden plot that will be dedicated to pumpkins and corn. Expanding our tiny homestead is exciting stuff but it also comes with even more thought-consuming planning. The only successful, semi-crafty sewing project I've manage to complete lately was this canvas pouch to hold the seed plates for our new EarthWay seeder (my husband's new favorite gardening toy).
Just a simple pouch with a velcro closure, but it does the job and saved us the cost of purchasing one. It also made my husband so very happy because it was the first thing I've sewn exclusively for him. ( I really wanted to applique something colorful on the front but then thought better of it, it wouldn't be very manly after all)
Now his corn will pop up in straight, neat rows and all of his seed plates will have a place and not be lost out in the garden.
I really like to be able to create something with the resources I already have on hand, that sloves a problem and makes life a little easier for someone I love.
Hopefully, I'll be back to posting about more creative projects soon. But, for now at least, I'm sticking with the more frugal ones.