While I did match two Hallows projects together and was excited to do more of my own version of black work embroidery, I could not find my two embroidery hoops. Shaking my head, I went to the fabric store in town and bought another wooden one and finished this square. This makes #4 of 12 patterns I am doing for the top of this Hallow's quilt. I am going to use the same framing and sashing method that is on Landi's Graduation quilt. I am not sure how this one will be quilted and need to focus on just doing the embroidery first.
Another one of the smaller projects is the prayer flag for the Swap-Bot series I am hosting. They are to be finished at 6" wide and 9" long with that 3" over the back for a sleeve. They are to be natural fibers, with nothing on them that might fall off and harm any wildlife. Simple.
This one reflects the Blood Sister archetype and what I want to heal from those times in my life. Blood Sisters help us identify who we are and give us a sense of connection and loyalty to the sisterhood. Over my lifetime, I have had deep connections with people of all gender identities. I think my greatest lesson in those relationships is to remember that I am enough the way I am and what I do is enough, being just right. Not too much. Not too little. Enough.