Well... today I'm going to take some of the Dresden Plate blades I've cut out, and stitch their tops at class today.
I say 'class', but really it's just a hall where ladies meet and sew/yak and sometimes have demonstrations by other people.
I'm not sure I'm enjoying this 'class'. But I will persever, if only because it's a way of intergrating myself into the community.
What else do I have on today? NOTHING!
When I get home I will have lunch, then probably do some more cutting out of DP blades. It's going to take days and days to cut out all I need!
I forgot to mention yesterday... the lady who served us in Acquisitions in the mall, and sold us the two new Britto Figurines, is an avid sewer like me.
She LOVED my Cute Bag (which I was using that day), so I gave her the link to find the pattern on my blog. She was so thrilled! It made my day.
Now I just need to make the best of this day... and try to enjoy the company at the class. It's hard 'breaking' into a long standing, existing group though.
2.14 pm: And Hi! Class today WAS much nicer than other days. As you say, I just have to give it time. I can't leave now anyway...
After class I came home, picked up Tallulah and Lacy and we went into Hamilton to find the 'right' muzzle for Tallulah.
ABOVE: The poor girl... we will have to re-name her Hannibal! The muzzle training has started as of today, so hopefully by the time next term's Dog Obedience training starts, she will be used to it.
ABOVE: Right now though, she has decided to pack a sad and go to sleep, with it on! At least she's not fighting to get it off.
I've got WW's tonight, again, not expecting anything good. Just NOT in the right groove. But I shall keep trying, cos I ain't gunna give up again.
Well the muzzle lasted half an hour, then she pulled it off. So, it's going back to the shop. Darn. I may have to try and make something that fits her super short snout myself.
8.52 pm: WW tonight, I lost a stellar .100 grams! Suppose it's better than another gain.
Enjoyed a lovely dinner of macaroni cheese with onion and polonies.