Sew, I'm now going to post some sewing/craft projects that I've been up to.
Lets begin with the most recent project I completed. Ok, so its the only project I've completed in quite some time. Thats the ambitious procrastinator in me.
It was Mother's Day as we all know this last weekend, and my mother is the best. She really is. I saw all these posts on FB saying their mother was the best, but they haven't either met mine, or are just trying to make their own mother feel really good.
My mom keeps Mother's Day cards, as I'm sure any mother of young children do. She goes through them each year and reminisces about all the mother's days celebrated and then she cries. Good cries I hope. I remembered this from last year, so I decided I better step up my game if I wanted my card to be added to the stack of home made cards.
Sew, when I saw this blog, I knew I had to do this for my mom. How hard could it be? You poke holes in a card, then take thread and embroider between the holes!!! Plus, she said it would only take 30-45 minutes. She also said if you start it on Saturday night at 10:30 you'd be good to go by the next morning. Good thing I didn't listen to that part of the advice, because it took me a good 20 minutes to poke all the holes. Then it took me another 20 minutes to stitch it, then it took me a good 30 minutes to just do the french knots. Probably because I make my own way of french knotting up.
Here's the finished product:
I'm the favorite.