I rarely sit down to improv piece, but I always thoroughly enjoy it when I finally do. It’s such a liberating process. And so perfect for summer where you can just put down and pick up again without having to remember where I was or precisely what size pieces I need to cut.
Speaking of improv, I’ve found a great way to keep the kids entertained this summer. The answer is: duct tape. We’ve bought multiple colorful rolls at WalMart, including camouflage and leopard prints (which sadly were all used up by the time this picture was taken.) Most of the time they are creating stuff on their own, which has bought me some additional moments of snatched sewing time. But then every once in a while I have moments that worry me a little like finding make-shift Quidditch hoops taped in front the large mirror in the front room or hearing “Let’s go outside and catch bees. With duct tape…”