Yesterday it was back to school for a lot of children (including mine)! My two daughters each received a new schoolbag (a big "Disney Princess" one for my 6-year old who passes from kindergarten to the "big school" - and a smaller "Tinkerbell" one for my 4-year old :-).
But ... don't be fooled ... I kept stitching during the summer months on a couple of projects. The most important one being Serengeti mandala.
Here's where I'm at for the moment:
The Zebra panel (part 6) wasn't finished on time but given the short timespan I had (only 10 days) I think my progress isn't all too bad :-) ... I'll be jumping back and forth from the panel to the corner ornaments.
The first corner (part 7) isn't completely finished yet and has to be repeated on all four sides. I love the red/orange of the Firelilies! (pictures taken yesterday evening)
Something else that gives me a lot of joy for the moment are the pumpkins that are growing in my garden. It's the first time I've planted them and I didn't foresee that they would climb against the hedge :-)!
Bathing in the sunlight
Look at those big yellow flowers!
Other progress pictures (stiching and garden :-) will follow shortly!
Have a nice "back to normal" week!