Ok…material hemmed (and not by me). At this time I will throw out a thank you to my dear friend with a working sewing machine (not saying that mine doesn’t) and the ability to sew a straight seam (that’s the part I have trouble with). I owe you girl. I also washed it and now will iron it flat (I think I can handle that since it is is a smallish rectangle and has no pleats). I do think that I am domestically challenged. Once I find my needle and pack it all up with the pearl cotton, scissors, and pattern I think I am ready.
Can you say happy…I can say happy..I can even spell it. It is spelled…N-E-W-P-R-O-J-E-C-T. What more could a person want. New year, new project and I have been digging in my stash of UFOs and I think I have narrowed down what I want to work on this year. I will display it after my final decision.
As to the rest of you…grab a project and keep it on the sideline for those days you are tired of the priority project and spend a few minutes working on a past but promising project you would love to get done. Time is always the factor…and good lighting.
Now I have a question for you… What do you do with those lovely little projects you do to learn a new technique. Would love to see the end results in a picture. Will post them.