I feel like I’ve disappeared! From the crafting world that is. Work is extremely busy right now so when I do have some downtime, I don’t have the energy to craft.
Although I have had some fun with graph paper and colored pencils lately:
I may end up turning these into wall hangings or quilts…someday.
2:15 am Thanksgiving day I put the last stitch on the last placemat. What a great feeling to have them done in time to be able to use them with Thanksgiving dinner!
This is the fall side:
Little Molly had to help me check them out:
They looked great on the table, if I do say so myself:
They are reversible with the other side not being seasonally themed.
So, little Molly in the above picture? Yeah, we caved in and decided to keep her. She has helped bring Ginger out of her shell and they play together all the time. And they cuddle with me at the same time sometimes too.
Such a change from when we first brought her home and had to bottle feed her.
Molly Monster is practically fearless, very social, and very loving.
Kittens apparently. Last year, in October, my hubby brought home Ginger. Approximately 4 months old at the time. She’s really turned into a great cat. Very loving.
This October has brought us Molly. Barely 4 weeks old. Found by my best friend in a pile of scraps from a house.
She weighs about 10 ounces and still needs to be bottle fed, so it’s going to be interesting. Luckily I run my business from the home and we have her in my office, so I can keep an eye on her. She needs to be weighed every few days to make sure she is gaining weight. She really loves her bottle and suckles like a pro so I’m not worried about her getting enough to eat. She’s using the litter box. Yay Molly.
She is very affectionate. Still wobbly walking but she’s attempting to run now, which is hilarious to watch.
We are actively looking for a home for her but plan to get her onto solid food before she goes to a new home. We just can’t have another cat here.
My red and white block is almost finished. Our meeting was last week for the Fiber Art Junkies and we each showed off our progress. Mine would have been done, I think anyway, but I was pretty sick for over a week and lost a lot of stitching time.
Here are some of the pictures of my block in progress. Again, the challenge was to use only the two colors that were drawn from the bag, red and white. We could use any shade of red as long as it still read as red. (No pink, orange, etc).
It is closer to done now. The colors for next month are gray and fuchsia. I’m going to do another crazy square block, but I’m still looking through my stash to see what I have in fuchsia that would work.
I’ve been playing around with recipes again, and tonight I made pasta with a really good sauce. Olive oil, garlic, spinach, tomatoes, seasoning. Very happy with how it turned out.
And, because she posed so nicely for me, a picture of our formal feral, Ginger. She’s snuggled in as close as she can get to me right now.
Nothing really exciting, just wanted to test out posting a video so I decided to take one of my machine working hard tonight. Trying to finish up a gift for a friend.
My machine has gotten a workout today!
Hopefully this gift and one I did for a very cute kiddo will get in the mail this weekend. Then I can post pictures of the full items!
Here I am, minding my own business, just trying to get a little sewing done. And little miss Pixie decides she is going to be helpful.
I guess pins are the toy of the day!
(Note : I did stop her from getting ahold of the pins. Last thing I want is one of my girls swallowing a pin and getting hurt or worse)
I hope all of you have a wonderful and safe 4th of July! Keep your pets indoors where it’s safe if fireworks will be going off near you.