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Homebody Weekly: May 29

Since Monday was really an extension of the weekend, I've felt like this week was out of sorts. Like I haven't quite gotten my footing and my internal clock is unsure of what day it actually is. It was probably that sleeping in on Monday that really did me in and threw off my schedule. (Not that I regret it for a minute!) Even though sleeping in on Monday doesn't sound like that big of a deal, it really was for me. It was my small moment of me time.

As the month draws to a close, I thought I'd share some of the lovely work from Pattern Club members.

There's still a few days left to join Pattern Club and stitch the PNW mountain pattern!

This week I've been hard at work finishing up the June Pattern Club design. I won't tell you what the design is, but I am excited to share that is captures my homebody feelings and aesthetic. Really, I would love to spill the beans about every single detail! Keeping these monthly patterns a secret until the first of the month is such a challenge for me. I will say that next month's pattern also includes 2 different designs, and the second pattern will be exclusive to Club members! Ok, my lips are now sealed until June 1st!

Speaking of secrets, my week has been filled with them! There's a lot going on behind the scenes that I can't share about just yet. So I'll tease that I have a couple exciting projects and collaborations in the works and there's more to come!

I've also been diving into Agatha Christie Hour while stitching this week. Each episode reminds me of why Agatha is still the reining queen of mystery. Plus, I'm a sucker for David Suchet as Hercule Poirot. I can't not love him as a precarious Belgian Detective.

And because there's been so much negativity right now, I thought I'd share some joyful and positive work I found this week.

RAW Artists is hosting a National Arts Drive on June 6th. Artists can sign up to share their work as ask for community support. RSVP to the National Arts Drive and support local art!

Emily June's stitching that rejects negativity.

This DIY plant hanger that's just calling for embroidered details.

These delightful cakes inspired by embroidery and look (almost) too good to eat.

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