After getting a bill of 350 dollars (after insurance) for three stitches, next time I'll do it myself via YouTube and a Google search for supplies. Health insurance is nothing but legal extortion for everyone in the medical field and no one wins. Sorry...rant over.
Before I got my cold I finished one block with the edge stitching. I cut out circle templates with my Cougar cutter since I never found my "Perfect Circles" that suck anyway. BTW, painters tape works wonders with heat resistant templates especially for circles. At first I was going to give up on the circles, but they bring out the best and unify the block. I have a LOT of circles to do. My camera battery died right after taking this so I can't put a close up of the stitching.
Was looking into winter clothing for riding the other day. They make all kinds of stuff for your hands which I hope to order sometime soon. I also need some fenders. Winter riding sounds like a lot of fun, but I don't want to invest too much in case I decide I hate winter.
Even though the Strava app on here says I haven't done any miles, I've put about 15 miles in the past week or so. When I checked my Mukluk's computer it read 117 miles done this year. Wow. I've got a lot more miles on my Fargo, but I was surprised about the fat bike.