My mom was a seamstress, but I am NOT. Yet, every once in a while, I'm attracted to a project that involves needle and thread. Even though stitchery is not my strong suit, I give it a little try here and there. I've discovered that as long as I don't have to use patterns, I do ok. Or measure. I don't measure well either.
Especially the pink. It was calling out to me to be bunnied up. I had no choice, even though there were dozens of other things that I should have been doing, I took an afternoon off to snip and stitch Easter critters.
I used up all of my little scraps, and thought I was over the impulse, but guess what?
She sent a big bundle of soft toned felties for me to play with! I was just thinking that I needed a little craft that I could do in front of the tv at night, and this might just be the thing that keeps my paws out of the popcorn while I watch my favorite shows.
Doesn't that larger cabled white look like it is asking me to be a sheep? I can hear it.
Thanks, Lisa. I can't wait to start sewing!
And I can't believe I just said that I want to sew. My mom would be so shocked if she could hear that.
This is another future sewing project. Lori Oles sent me this roll of rosy paper, and I plan on using it (and some other wallpapers) to make pouches for my journal kits at Kim's big Snow White affair in April.
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