. . . made a few more necklace charms for gifting.
. . . started crocheting another pot holder set for sale.
. . . created some fun bread tag earrings for my S.C.R.A.P. blogspot .
. . . primed and painted two frames I bought at the thrift store. I have a plan for these yet. The are being painted black.
. . . sewed two long curtains to cover two very ugly sections of cubbies (used to have long thin baskets, and a plain waste of space, but now storing things like flashlights), using some fabric a farmgirl gifted me. I do believe I may need to invest in a new sewing machine. I will try to get it cleaned and oiled, but my bobbin thread just gets caught up in a mess and I can't figure out why. It's my Mom's old machine.
These types of projects are slowing being dwindled down in progress. As the planting season begins, and so forth, time for handiwork will be at a minimum. The layers and meat chickens arrived yesterday. I just hope and pray that I can keep up with the Farmer's Market this summer.