Yesterday I ventured to Chambersburg for the meeting of the Cumberland Valley Hookers. We had a room full of ladies, even a few new recruits. I think everyone wanted to have a nice day out before the Big Storm arrived.
I'm just going to show the pictures and let you enjoy.
I took my Amish Couple project, but with talking and catching up on what everyone else was doing, I didn't get much done. I hook so much better when I'm home by myself with an audio book.
This morning I did get some hooking done. What else can you do (housework, I think NOT!) when it looks like this outside?
I was getting nervous about running out of colors because I'm using up little pieces of 'stuff' in my stash.
There was just enough to do the sawtooth edge if I was careful with the placement of a few of the colors. I'm still debating the border. Are they at the 'used buggy dealership'??? Used car lots always have those colorful little flags decorating the the place. Hmmmm!
What I was trying for was a quilt-like border, but I don't think it turned out that way.
I'm going to put a 3/4 inch border of black on the outside yet.
Meanwhile the kitties are up to their usual mischief.
They have modified their fountain. We had this for a few months and it was a good investment for both drinking and entertainment. Sometimes they take baths here. Once in a while mousie takes a swim. Or are they trying to drown him? But there was something about this cap that fit on the top and controlled the water flow that needed to be 'fixed'.
See, Mom! It works so much better since we removed it!
I can't even wash the thing without them all hovering around the kitchen sink watching and waiting for it to be put back on the floor.
Here they are in the trash can. They love to play in it after being emptied and a new bag was put in. Penny's headlights are ON!
Innocent-looking Isabell is the little hoarder of stolen goods. On second thought, she does have a certain look in her eyes.
She was seen running through the kitchen with this in her mouth!
When Zip yelled at her, she promptly scooted under a cupboard where he couldn't reach her or the socket. Planning a destruction project, Izzy?
Penny is helping me at the computer.
This is a little smile of satisfaction because she knows I can't do a darn thing with her sitting on the keyboard.
Hope the Big Storm does not cause you too much inconvenience or extra work.
If at all possible, stay home and hook!