Not everything I do is a massive project, like the photos. It is often all the small day-to-day jobs that can make a real difference.
Today is a case in point. Last week I received a birthday parcel from my younger daughter who lives in another state. She had made me a decorative embroidery which was mounted in a frame.
I have now hung it in my sewing room alongside the one she made a couple of years ago.
The other small task I completed was mending a pair of GMan’s jeans that he wears when working in the yard. I no longer have a mending pile so when he showed them to me I mended them straightaway.
You can see more of the story on the inside. The blue patch had been done some time ago and then they split again immediately below that patch. So, today I added the green patch.
Here is an old post with a bit more detail about my rudimentary patching methods for clothes that are worn in the garden.