The smaller jobs have been done, modelled and delivered to the new owner. Quincy is so warm and cosy in his fleece coats, and stays dry in the rain. Felicity was a very unwilling model, ears back, frowning as only she can!!! Maybe next time Quincy will be the one in front of the camera!!
The LARGE project is ongoing, I have run into snags, on a big scale, a few mistakes, enough to make me want to pack it away. Bleeding fingers, lots of tears one day, as it all went horribly wrong!!! Dave, the lovely Tarp and Canvas man in Palmerston North, is coming to my rescue on Thursday, some sewing is too hard for my Bernina. One tip he gave me , and it probably saved me/ my sanity/ and patience, many times, when sewing heavy duty waterproof fabric, use double sided sticky tape to stick the two pieces together, when pins will not go through!!! Perfect solution, just be careful not to sew through the tape, as the needle gets gummed up.
Sneak Preview…Look at those Golden Grommets!!!
Hugh perfected these after some trial efforts.
Quotation of the day, author unknown
“ If your work load is too large for today, leave some for tomorrow”
Greetings from Jean