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Re: I sewed a thing!

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It is super fantastic! I think maybe the tusks didn't need to be en-frilled, because they get lost in the final pictures. Still, first thing I thought on seeing it was 'pulpo elefante' so I'd say it was a success.
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If I didn't frill-a-fy them I would have had to paint them, and that was just an extra level of mess I couldn't handle making. :P
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I know I said it at the time, but that is amazing. I am in awe at your pinata making skills.
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Re: I sewed a thing!

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I debated if this was a kitty picture or a craft picture. But went with craft because that's the thing I put effort into. The cat just sat on it.

I'm in the process of making a few blankets to put on the cat beds in my house. Kitty slipped a disk in her hip and can't get up to sit in her preferred places, to making everywhere else the most comfortable is the aim. This, although plain looking, is soft soft material, and I've added a back, and done the edges and also sort of stitched the layers together with white thread that you cna't see because i zig zagged it and kept it in the white bits (you can see it on the back because the back is black material).

Anyway, a thing I sewed being modelled by miss kitty.

(This image is too big and I'm not going to fix it because I"m scum.)
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Nice! A+ blanket making and cat having.
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