Okay it is cut out (one thing I did not notice was the print ran sideways and because of the fabric it now runs across his chest, not to happy with that), and that is all I can say, I do have a deadline though to finish it by though, so best get cracking about the rest of my cutting jobs, so I can just sew sew sew and sew.
So coming up in a few days is my mothers birthday and my little man (master 11) said “can we make her one of your aprons as she hasn’t got one mum” gulp “yes of course we can go look through my fabrics and sort out some you think she would like” so of he goes, fabric all over the floor (apparantly not all over the floor, I forgot the chair as well), my ordered chaos no more, oh well that can be fixed.
These are the fabrics that he chose (all vintage peices out of my stash) and what a combination, think it looks great, now for the big test, sending it to her. Should I get him to make a card as well?
At last I can say it is coming together, some items have now been through the kiln, the egg shells look great,the critters even more so and balls look fabulous, shall have to do some more of these.
As you can see the bird’s nest itself is from fencing we had to pull down after the neighbours horses destroyed it (stronger in place now), and I just could not see it going to the tip so a bird’s nest transpired and all it needed was its hatchlings, and those hatchlings really did leave my wondering where my mind was heading.
oh and before anyone says anything the Singer in the front was beyond saving, though the cast iron legs are okay and will be used upon some project in the future.