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What Are You Working On Now?   General Discussion

Started 11/19/17 by MarciainMD; 1097647 views.
CC (ccase5)

From: CC (ccase5)


OH, that is the most beautiful thing I've seen in a long time. So tiny but so very cute. Well done!! How about the other feet?
Pirate (PIRATE_SR)

From: Pirate (PIRATE_SR)


CC (ccase5) said:

How about the other feet?

Of the dog? or rabbit?  LOL!   

The dog's feet are just fine, as are the rabbit's ..... **so far**!  :-)


From: Kim D. (KIMDIG)


When you do a sewing job you do it well!  lol  I only hope next time the dog decides to eat one of the other feet and not your cute little Lexi flower! :) 


From: MelRN


You're crazy, but you sure did a great job! LOL!!!! :D 


From: bornblesse2


What a lovely patch job!   I just did some repairs on a well loved quilt at my dads house…..but it sure wasn’t perfection!  Like yours.

Suze (casuzenn)

From: Suze (casuzenn)


I have figured out how to do the Tree of Life!

Terial Magic to the rescue... I knew I needed to 'stiffen' the antimascassar...stuff worked on the Tree too, but sheesh, its taking a super long time to get all the way dry! I will still have to put the netting over it but its on its way!

Yeah, looking forward to seeing some photos!

well I've been a bit busy the last 3 weeks with a new puppy.  He's very entertaining, very smart, and very destructive.  So we are keeping a close eye on him pretty much 100% of the time.  Especially since he was bitten by a baby copperhead snake (venomous) last Friday.  Fortunately he isn't messing with the wound on his back toe too much.  I say fortunately because he says he feels fine, and wants to run, play, jump, bite, etc.  The vet instructions said keep the cone on for 2 weeks and don't let him run or play - yeah right, like that's going to happen.  Sigh.  He is slowly learning manners and some tricks, but in the meantime....

This all means I haven't been in my sewing room much.  I've only been able to do hand work in the "safe room" - the den with everything either covered or removed, fenced off with baby gates.  And since my Christmas wreath applique project is stalled while I prep all the custom pieces, I'm working on a hexi project.  And I'm kind of starting to like it.  It certainly is mindless - though I have to be careful.  Puppy has tried to grab it out of my hands a few times.