This is done in tent over one on 35ct. The angel has so many stitches! I so want to get to the ABCs, but I'm determined to finish the angel first.
Here's my fussy cut star for the week, using a fabric from Wiscasset by Minick and Simpson.
And here's my progress on the Cobblestone sweater for the boy child. It's been too warm to work for long stretches on a wool sweater. (My hands get sweaty. Do others have this problem?)
So why is it Mia's fault that I started a new project, you ask? Very simple.
Monday, I was cutting her claws, and I noticed at least 3 of the claws on her right paw looked injured. I looked up what to do online, and of course freaked out. lol! Mia was due for her yearly exam in another month or so anyway, so I took her in for that as well. She got her vaccines after the vet confirmed that her paw was ok, that I just should watch it.
I went to a dentist appointment in the afternoon, got home and found poor Mia crouching miserably on the ground. She had thrown up in a few places and looked very unhappy and unwell. I called the vet's, and yes, they said it was probably a reaction to the vaccines. So back in we went (Mia struggled mightily both times, she is so afraid of the vets) and poor Mia got a benadryl shot to combat her allergic reaction to the vaccines. Yikes. From now on, when she gets her vaccines, she will have to have a benadryl shot first. It took Mia another day before she got back to her normal self. And I think one more day before her temp was back to normal.
|Mia at the vet's|
It was very stressful for both of us, Mia and me. She hates the vet, I hate when she's sick. And what happens when I get stressed? I decide to start a new project. lol! So yeah.
I'm psyched. Wimbledon starts tomorrow!!!!!! (Can you tell Wimbledon is my favorite slam?)
Thanks for stopping by and saying hi. I hope everyone has a great week. ( Did anyone else watch the US at the FIFA World Cup last night? Wow! It was so exciting!)