Two pieces. $15 and a dose of style (of course!)

This week's challenge, should you choose to accept it, is a diptych. And on the cheap. Two pieces that work together, total raw material cost not to exceed $15 -- and should reflect fall or winter in some way. That price includes any batting, backing, thread, interfacing, fusible, embellishments, etc. And yes, stuff from your stash counts against your total. I'm definitely thinking smaller is better this week!

Last week's challenge has turned out to be a bit bigger than I first thought. Not physically -- it's probably 16" square -- but the ripping last night really took the wind out of my sails. Well, that and last night's bedtime adventure...

For those of you who have been reading for any length of time, you know that my house seems to be a hotel for wayward bats. Yes, another little brown fuzzy one dropped in unexpectedly last night, looking for milk and cookies, I guess. I finally was able to throw him out the window (literally).

VERY high on today's to-do list was to call The Batman. Seriously. That's his name.

In the meantime... maybe tomorrow will bring the opportunity to finish last weeks challenge piece.

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