Lucy isn't speaking to me right now. She just turns away. That may be because walking away would involve too much effort.
Wish Lucy luck! I'll let you know how she's doing.
|I liked the idea of having different sizes. I've had the Michael Miller duck|
fabric sitting in the stash for a while now. Finally got to use it!
|I quilted a heart on the little one. It's there--really--look closely.|
|I sewed the neck ribbon to the stuffy and|
through the bow itself so it won't come undone or off.
|I liked the idea of "labeling" the button basket with buttons.|
|Okay, maybe I do buy too many buttons.|
|It's not even full. I may have to get more buttons while I'm shopping for a new twin needle or two.|
|Recycled containers to hold everything. The Pandora box holds my scissors, |
thread, and needles.The padded top is perfect for the needles.
The plastic zippered bag is recycled from some Adidas item.
|Yo-yo makers, material scraps, box with needles, thread and scissors, a bag to|
keep the hexies separate, and another for the finished yo-yos.
|All around happy with this one. Played with some new stitches.|
|Those are supposed to be little windows and window boxes on each side of the |
door, but I could not make it work right. Mostly happy with this one, however.
|Mostly happy here, too. That butterfly is pathetic, though. It looks like|
|Happy as a pig in you-know-what with this one.|
|Not bad. The leaves didn't work out as I wanted.|
|This does not photograph as well as it looks. I tried seed stitches in the|
clouds. I think that gave them a nice look. I took the butterflies
from another one of the designs.