As well as this little set of pouch / notebook cover and tissue holder for one of DD1's class mates, I made another 6 'wild women' brooches as teacher presents (and forgot to take a photo before wrapping them up and sending them off - doh!).
I've also been sewing secretly for the family - so no pics until after Christmas! All good fun, but time consuming. I'm ready to get stuck into a quilt again now!
My gripe? Having ordered sprung scissors (yes, thank you for asking, I've found that they are much more comfortable than regular scissors for me) I was somewhat put out that the only way of getting the smaller scissors out of the protective wrapping was by cutting the orange grip loop. Don't they have any idea who the audience for these scissors are? It's a bit chicken and egg to say the least. I'm lucky (DH happy to be my strong hands when I can't do something) but not everyone can rely on there being someone else around to help them.
Come on Fiskars, you can do better than that!
The yellow square is the 'stand out from the crowd' focus, of course.
Hope that you have some fun sewing lined up too!