OrganizedChristmas , making some cookies, or a pumpkin pie and coffee in one of my Christmas mugs. A Christmas craft is a must! I made this bag to hold my Rudolph Day paraphernalia.
I found a coloring page I liked and cut it apart, and used them as patterns to cut the felt, fleece, and satin, I used.
Tuesday, January 25, 2011
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Like most people who sew, I have many started and yet to finish project lying around. This week I have finished 2! I finished a "should've been for Christmas" fleece robe for Bug. I couldn't remember how I hemmed the one I made for Bunny, so it's a bit long. Bunny had been the one to ask for a robe, but when you make for one, you must make for the other. I also finished an apron for my niece. My brothers are alot younger and waited alot longer to have kids than I did, so my niece and nephews are the same age as my grandchildren. My mother's youngest grandchild is two days older than her youngest great-grandchild..haha. The trick now is to get the apron in the mail. It will be added to a box I have been meaning to send for a couple of years...oh well. But I am DONE with two projects in one week! WOOT!