There are so many Roselle blooms -all in dusty peachey and rosey colors.
And then we get one plant with YELLOW!
Now that's a first! Pretty in its own right.
I put the lighthouses/bridges quilt all together and even added all the borders!
I will need to purchase the backing and batting for it before it can go to the frame line!
I filled the crockpot with some Bare sock yarn in Hawthorne.
I have a drawer full of socks but none in black.
It turned out nicely with just enough variation to look kettle dyed and not commercially so.
Not the most fun color to knit but I will pick a pattern stitch and enjoy it during the day!
Sissy , who is usually the garage cat, has decided to be CLOSE to me every time I work at the sewing table. It wouldn't be so bad except she wants me to pet her continually so she butts me with her head and that makes for some dicey measurements!
She lays on the fabric, bites it and generally wants to be very involved.
My patience for help is diminished in the studio; I have tons of patience when they hog my lap but in here I am more business.
I don't mind working around a sleeping cat but.......
Note the ears flatten and the evil eye?
She goes from purr to yowl in a split second when Nyki walks into the room.
These two fight all the time and I am often prime territory to WWIII over!
Oh, it can be pretty exciting in the land of feline!