Mrs. Bunn E. Tail was worked on 36 ct. Winters Brew from R & R Reproduction and stitching using the called for fibers. Button eye, whiskers made from carpet thread or button thread and a tail attached made out of roving. Fun and fast project and easy finish.
Last night I also finishing the stitching on the tomato pincushion, Thank God! That almost did me in, so now I can pick out new projects, well I already started on Erica Michaels "The Needle Berry" and I really am enjoying the stitch. I've got a couple of band sampler projects but have to get in the shop to get the banding since the width I brought home is too wide for one and too narrow for the other. Oh, the trials of the stitcher's life. To add to my list of "to-dos" is the governor's order for masks as of last Saturday. So I spent one day just watching you tubes on making masks and finally picking one, then running back and forth for supplies, ironing, cutting, etc. It's not that hard as many of you have found. Getting elastic is the difficult part. So I went to my stash and found the package I knew was somewhere, along with a couple of other packages, which I didn't know I had, so I was good to go for a few masks. I was more concerned for the girls as they are the ones who go grocery shopping. Then it was on to the men and the children. After getting everyone's masks the correct size I took a break and will make a few every few days until we have a surplus. I'm so excited to be getting rid of some of my fabric, which I keep buying even though I haven't made a quilt in years. Well, I'm off to start something, cleaning, dishes, laundry, who knows, but I do know stitching will be done sooner rather than later. Hope you are getting plenty of stitching in while you are home. It won't be too much longer stitchers, but please stay home. It's better to be safe than sorry.