I wonder if I could cut out a sewing machine from one pic and put it into this pic on the table? I bet I could. Watch for it......but not tonight.
Wouldn't it be fun to color that one??? I used to love to color when I was a kid -- and when I was a grown-up. I was so serious about it, like everything. I was sure my lovely artwork would end up in a museum. Ha, ha. I remember making these funny little mums and gluing them to a card for my Mom. I can't remember how I made them now, but I thought they were so gorgeous. She wasn't the least bit impressed, and I couldn't understand why at the time. I think I made them out of wadded up pieces of toilet paper. I have always been very careful to compliment a child's artistry because of that.
Alright. I wasn't going to be negative. Guess I'll get ready for bed and solve Jumble puzzles. When I was at Barnes and Noble looking for the book "Unbroken" for my grandson, I saw the Puzzle Section of the store and remembered that I love those Jumble books. I bought three of them. I have to be careful not to do the whole book in a few days. I love word puzzles. What's the one on my Ipad? Jumbline, I think and then there's the one with the bookworm where the tiles all burn up if you don't spell enough words fast enough.
Here's a Jumble for you from "Ready, Set, Jumble!":
Okay. Gettin' in my jammies. Tomorrow will be a fun day! Hope it is for all you in Bloggerland. Actually, I don't know a single soul out there. Wonder how you find followers.
So, whaddayathink? PhotoShop is so much fun. I'm not the greatest, but I am learning more every day. I discovered the coolest thing you can do today. You can erase in a straight line with the shift key!
Following is the day after post hereinabove. (Love that word! I used to work for lawyers, and I typed that word a lot!)
Phylly arrived for our play date, and we got right to working with the Bendy Stick. Note: Neither one of us knows what this thing is really called. I would shorten our name to "BS", but that wouldn't look right! This is the most brilliant idea I have had in ages, and it came to me in the middle of the night. You know how you lay awake at night wondering how to determine if you have a round back or not? -- Well, that is what I was doing.
If you have forgotten the problem, here is a reminder. My shoulder seams always pull to the back, and my blouses always pull to the back. That is AFTER already adding a 3/8" upper back curve correction and a 5/8" sway back correction. So, I decided to add 1/2" more mid-upper back curve correction in my paper pattern. Also, moved the shoulder seam forward 1/4". I was expecting FINALLY a perfect pattern and a marvelous fit. This is what I got:
Phylly and I got our drinks prepared and grabbed the Bendy Stick. We started with my back, but we didn't get a picture of that. Then we did Phylly's back, and I did get a picture of that.
We decided this pic probably wouldn't show the bendy stick very good, so we took one with only a camisole on.