What a long, long week. But it's over now, I hope. A full range of emotions. Now it's time to get on with life and just be grateful because it could have turned out a lot differently. I'm going to thank God for every day I have. Thanks to all of you who sent good words and lots of prayers. I'm not sure yet how the hernia will be treated. Probably not aggressively right now.
Well, on to other things! The Bowl of Balls is growing. Today is the deadline for this months Totally Useless SAL. I did ALOT of frogging this month. Ran into a brick wall with Houmas House. Will post photo as soon as everything is all straightened out.
Here's an OLD WIP. I started this project in 2006. I finished all the cushion covers except for four. And then got totally bored. I pulled them out a couple of weeks ago and put a wrap on it. They are by Pine Mountain, one cushion and twelve different covers. Boy, I hated that fabric! The instructions said not to use a hoop but I ended up using one anyway. Nasty fabric!!
This one was for fun. It's a biscornu made from a freebie from Stitcher's Village. I used fabby, thread and beads from my stash. It was a "quick fix" and I do love these little things.
Last, but certainly NOT least, the queen is in the building. Giselle is turning out to be the sweetest little cat. She's not nearly as skittish and has learned to let me know what she wants. She lets me do head and belly rubs now and is really reeling me in.