Are you zooming ’round the bend of the week?
The most exciting thing I sewed yesterday is a “wrist coach” for my 11 year old son. This is the device quarterbacks slip on their wrists to view various plays. My son and I designed it and he is thrilled with the result. I told him he should slide his vocabulary words in there and study them.
I am doing some custom sewing projects which are keeping me very busy: a very large window seat and a T-shirt quilt. A simple project like a window seat can really add up. The foam is very expensive, not to mention the fabric and trims!
The quilt is for a customer of “Crafters for Chemo CoPay”. This is a company which pairs crafters with cancer victims struggling to pay their copay bills.
You know I love interesting ways to use old T-shirts. My T-shirt pillow has been included in this E-book by Favecrafts: “9 Ways to Transform Old T-Shirts”. There are some fun projects in it including a scarf and apron.
Finally, I have my T-Shirt Quilt Pattern listed on “You Can Make This.” This site is full of creative ideas!
I hope your week is going well!
i love that top pic! 🙂 lol. funny about suggesting to your son he should slip his vocab words into his wrist coach. i’ve never seen one of those before!
Oh, now it is working. I left my comment on your last post because I couldn’t leave on here earlier.
we love your cushion, my “men”, who are 18 & 19 are big on Notre Dame, of course Aj’s game is rugby not American Football. He does watch NFL on Sky and we tease him terribly because we don’t understand it and how can a 1 hour game take all day.LOL
Hi Jane! Just popping in to say hello. Have a great week!