|"Son of Chickens" by Prarie Moon stitched on 30 ct Lugana.|
I finally finished my lovely rooster.
I have to say that I love love love him!
He's going to become a pillow for my sofa.
I'm certainly NOT in any hurry to stitch
on black again any time soon.
It's so difficult to see what you are doing
even with my Ott Lite.
But I'm glad he's done and I love the black background :)
Now on to the WIP.....
Back in 1985 (wholly cakeballs I'm old!)
I made a doll carrier for my daughter
to schlep her cabbage patch dolls around in.
I'm so glad I kept the pattern all these years!
I'm only 1/2 done with this one
and I'm making a tiny quilt for it,
doing the hand quilting at night while the hubs watches TV.
I still need the cardboard for the bag bottom
but luckily for me, the hubs has that covered.
He installed a water heater the other day
and bringing the box home for me :)
Having 2 granddaughters has brought back so
many wonderful memories to me.
My daughter and her cousin are 1 year and 1 day apart
and I would sew for the both of them all the time.
They had matching outfits and so did their dolls :)
Now I have Sofie and Evie to sew for
and I'm SO enjoying it!
Since they both walking now
and both recently learned to say "baby"
it seems like they will be ready
to have doll carriers for Christmas :)
I can't wait to finish them both up!
The second one is cut and ready to start sewing.
This one should be done in another day or so.
Once these are done,
I'll have to get started on making the dolls :)
I found the cutest pattern on etsy.
Can't wait to show you!
Happy sewing everyone!!!