ANYWAY, I digress....
I went searching through my stack of sewing adventures from the last few weeks and found Knit Top #5 this morning. What I didn't like about it was the bust darts were too high and there was way too much fullness around my body. I had to take two waist darts in the front to get the fullness out. I took lots of pictures, but I must have filed them in some far off file by mistake because I cannot find them. After I did that last week, I threw it aside because it was the fabric that had the little blue flaws in it. I looked it over this morning and decided to experiment with some more knit flowers. I figured if I destroyed the flowers and/or the top, it wouldn't matter.
So here it is: Knit Top #5 -- all done -- with flowers all around the front neck and little glass beads in the centers. What fun it is sewing on those tiny glass beads with invisible thread! Not sure if I love it or hate it. Guess I will wait to see what Jerry says. He will tell me the truth if it kills me.
Every time I wear this blouse, I will remember that while I was sewing all those itsy-bitsy glass beads on the wind was blowing and howling outside.
I kept sewing on itsy-bitsy beads, and all of a sudden I heard a very loud crashing sound of metal against metal. I thought, GOOD HEAVENS!, are we being bombed or what? I better look outside. So I put down my project, unlocked all three locks on the back door, and walked out to find our large BBQ Grill laying face down on the ground and the propane tank laying on its side next to it. First, I had to take off the giant cover that was tied around it. I was able to lift the propane tank up and make sure it was turned off, but I couldn't even start to budge that grill!
That's it for today.