Making a yoga mat bag. I don't like the cylinder style so I create something else. With cute embroidery, of course. There is an outside pocket with Velcro closure. Embroidered Namaste. I squared off the bottom with a 4 inch seam. I left one side seam open and stitched all the way around the top opening. Then just … Continue reading Keeping busy with Christmas creations
My two favorite nutcrackers!
Well sanded with rough and fine grit sandpaper. Wiped all over then rolled on the first coat of Fat Paint. Here the lid had three coats of Fat PaintA well deserved lunch of leftover beef stew (from scratch, of course).Beautiful orchid bloom. First one of the season.
The finish that was used on this was very hard in many spots. I decided to take off as much color as I could go give the Barchetta Red the best chance to look opaque. Removing the shine from the finish didn't seem to be enough with the lid. I have to sand the edges by … Continue reading Hall Tree Makeover: Major sanding done and holes patched.
Early blooms in the garden. They have to be protected from the tarantella Hennessy does in the backyard. One week there is nothing next week the magic begins