September Reflections

It has been many months since I have done a proper monthly reflection. For a brief moment, I thought it would good to do a summer reflection… Then…. Nope…. Just Nope.

Moving on.

September is usually a transition month for me. I switch from summer millinery mindset to fall school mindset with an in between focus on Ag Fair preparation. This year, is of course, quite different. The pandemic adjusted Ag Fair does not include a fair entries component. This means my period of assembling this and that little project is not happening. That being that and the state things being the state of things, I find my mindset is most definitely dwelling in the land of millinery and small joyful crafty projects. This means a great sense of reality disparity is happening.

September Millinery has been minimal due to the great dragging of self through the door at the end of the school day. I think I only made 5 pieces.

I was excited to offer my second project kit, a parasol penwiper. It followed the previous kit, an embroidered velvet needle-book.

I also started this year’s Christmas ornaments- straw cornucopia. These cuties will have their own Whimsy Wednesday how-to episode on how to decorate them.

And then…. there was this past weekend’s Millinery room reorganization…. aka a spurt of energy that had to be taken advantage of. https://youtu.be/JSoUzGUUA-c

I have several project and topic ideas for the coming Whimsy Wednesdays. I just need to get them in order and try to time them well for you.

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