Wow, the past several days have been really crazy! We had a day-long choir workshop last Saturday and then went to see a play in which a choir friend was one of the 4-person cast members. I counted 43 seats in the theater and needless to say, each seat was a good one. The play was a new one called Mirror Images, and we enjoyed it. With a choir rehearsal on Tuesday because of Halloween, a couple of days helping out our daughter and our usual Tuesday volunteering, it's been hard to remember which day was what! Despite our weird schedule, I did manage to finish a few projects.
Sothia is done! Remember when I sought advice on how to finish the ruffle? As you can see I decided to repeat the beige since I had plenty of it. Thanks for the encouragement. That ruffle took forever, but I'm happy with the results.
Kathy pointed me to this pattern and it sure looks cute on Stella. Attaching the hood wasn't the most fun I've ever had, but that was the only really challenging part.
October is the Purple Crying Campaign and since the UW hospital participates, I finished a few little hats. The hats are given to new parents along with information about the crying issues many tiny babies have.
My laugh for the morning came in the form of an email. David dredged up part of an old costume I made years ago for his mom and created the "Viking Chicken". Interesting bird, eh?
Haven't yet heard what these two are wearing, but they sure have fun with their guinea pig Amy!
Last we heard, this little guy was quite please with the idea of masquerading as Tigger.
And as for this little lady, perhaps she'll sleep through the whole celebration?
Hope you all have a fun Halloween! I'm off to empty the dishwasher........