June Recap

One of the greatest joys and challenges of running your own business is being able to go with the flow. Often this means setting aside something that isn't working (or you just don't feel like doing) and tackling something else instead. That is precisely what's been happened here for the past few weeks. At the beginning of the month, I set myself up with a very clear goal of sitting down and making some new products for you. But even though the shop is starting to look pretty bleak and Mikey J has threatened to freeze my fabric spending until I hit up my scraps, instead I made a conscious choice to finally take the time to cross some pesky to-dos off my list, to fill orders with purpose, and to enjoy this beautiful early summer we've been given as much as I can. That seems to be working for me so far. Take a look at what I've been up to...

- canoeing in cottage country -

- babies and baby racoons -

- custom wedding totes -

- reversible apron class at Needlework -

- more cottage bliss -

- peony, lemon, and lily blooms in our garden -

1 comment

Caroline said...

I love this Erin, seems like quite the summer so far!! The pic of you relaxing and reading is my fav, what a great summer activity! xo C