Hi there, friends!
I’m here. Really, I’m here. Pinky-promise.
I am still alive and kickin’, but I’ve just been a little on the busy side. Let me explain in a bit more detail.
I have two children (age 5 and 7) at home with me ALL THE TIME. We’re finishing up the year of homeschooling and we’re in the process of *hopefully* finding a house back home here in Indiana! In light of the many many hours that I spend being a wife and mommy all while preparing for a move (prayerfully a FINAL ONE at that!), it unfortunately means that the many many hours that I would like to spend on blogging, designing and sewing are grossly limited at the moment.
The great news is that come August both of my precious little ones will be off to school. (I NEVER thought I’d call that “great news!”) But the time has come for them to move into a new season so that I can enjoy my Lovespun journey too. Please bear with me if things seem sparse throughout this spring and summer. I’ll do my very best to keep sharing fun ideas and designs and thoughts with you; however, it may not be each and every day like I want. I CANNOT wait for that! Soon…very very soon. I have some AMAZING ideas on the horizon for where I want to see Lovespun Studio go. All I can say now is that as long as things go according to plan, it’s going to be SWEET!
So tonight I just wanted to check in with you. I’m sitting on the couch doing a little reading from this great book by Kimberly Kight called A Field Guide to Fabric Design. I’m sure that the idea of reading about fabric design has some of you groaning (or yawning), but really, it’s fantastic! I pinky-promise on that too!
Don’t those fabrics look oh-so-yummy? I may or may not have a rapidly expanding shelf full of sewing books. And I may or may not have only glanced in most of them only once or twice. Ahem. Cough. Cough.
This one came from the library though. I’ve had it in my hold queue for a long time and I just got my pick-up notification this morning. I mean, really, who else in Lafayette, Indiana is that interested in fabric design?!
If you’re reading this post, let’s do lunch! We’ll chat fabric.
*Sweet dreams* (and thank you for returning the library book!)