Are you being a responsible human being, staying home and keeping to yourself? Are you doing your bit to protect your community by not breathing on them? Good for you! I'll bet you're binge-watching something, too. Allow me to recommend a YouTuber filled with brio and joie de vivre.
Her name is Micarah Tewers and she makes clothes. I suggest her for the following reasons:
In some ways, she is my working opposite. Where I over-engineer things, and can find ways to make any project more complicated, she uses hot-glue! It's fun to watch her work.
One thing to bear in mind is that even though the frantic pace of the videos seems fast, it takes a lot of editing. As of right now, she doesn't have a lot of videos uploaded, but I have high hopes that more will come.
Micarah Tewers brings zest, kindness, humor, and goodwill to her videos and her interactions with viewers and followers online. These good character traits are why I've filed this post under Phillipians 4:8.
If you are exhausted or stressed from reading/hearing/seeing COVID-19 stuff, don't click on this post. Do something life-giving instead. Take care of yourself and your mental health.
On February 29th, 2020, U.S. Surgeon General Jerome Adams made an interesting Tweet:
Previously, my stash was organized by color. But as I have recently been digging in there for projects, I realize that color doesn't cut it. So now I have re-organized.
Finally, there are two overflow bins: one for fur (faux and real), and the other for upholstery stuff that I like using for historical looks. It was good to sort the stuff: I have fabric I'd forgotten, and I am excited to work through it in my quarantine downtime.
Quilting, dressmaking, and history plied with the needle...
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