My front yard.
Paths to everything.
A Junco found the spilled niger seed.
Meanwhile, in the studo, I bit the bullet and attempted buttonholes on an ancient Kenmore we have.
It can zig-zag,
In spite of half an hour's practice they are not the world's best buttonholes.
I won't use that machine again.
I'll wait for the Singer attachment in the green rubber box.
I found five vintage buttons to use.
A rose and four hearts, purple.
It's a nice, casual shirt.
I'd wear it as a jacket, unbuttoned.
I'm about to list it on my Etsy site.
Because I am not wholly pleased with the button holes,
It will be at a reduced price.
And look what came in today's mail.
Well, I'll be practicing this afternoon and sewing this weekend.
And before I go,
I have to tell you
Jacqueline at Cheapskate Blethering is having a contest.
Quite an undertaking.
That's most of what I know about it now,
But before she's done I may understand how social media works.