My time off is almost at an end as the New Year begins. It’s a bittersweet moment. I did not accomplish as much as I would have liked, but spent time with my family, and enjoyed every minute of it.
I spent this last weekend working hard on website updates and patterns. I finally finished Modron’s pattern and got it posted to Etsy. The Goddess of Fall was actually completed soon after Christmas, but I didn’t get back to her pattern until Thursday. She’s such a lovely doll. I am very happy with the way she turned out.
I also started another Kate’s Party Doll, this one for my mother, who was as enchanted with the first one as I was. I’m doing the pattern for this one as I go along. It’s a fast doll to put together, as I said in the midst of the last one. I would have finished it today, if I hadn’t been writing instructions at the same time.
Actually, I would have finished her, if I’d not spent most of the morning finishing the updates to my website that I planned to get done. I have Modron up, as well as Alvan, the Gypsy Queen, Count to Ten, the Nutcracker, and Kate’s Party Doll. I did not get the Monkey commission’s page up yet, nor my quilt from Stretching Art and Tradition this year. Actually, I think I’m a couple of years behind there. Anyway, it was a busy weekend, but now I have to go back to work at my day job and back to part time on my artistic endeavors. The cats are going to be disappointed that I’m not at their beck and call all day!