This sign is going up soon on the Sewing Room door.
Can you tell I'm expecting non-sewing visitors?
|These are some of the things we did in PEI|
She loves a pool. While the weather was cool, the pool was heated.
The trick is to stay under the water to stay warm!
She was soon joined by friends and had a great time.
|Of course, no trip to PEI is complete|
without a trip to the Cows Store.
|Uncle Terry brought kites. In PEI, there|
is wide open spaces to fly a kite. That's her little
cousin in the green shirt. Chasing the kite tail.. So fun for Kids.
|At the Boardwalk, there's bouncy|
It was 4 minutes of Awesomeness that
Aurora won't ever forget. She loved it.
She said next time, She'll do flips.
|Now that's a big tail. Aurora is helping|
to put pins in both sides of the tail.
I will do the stitching.
|After a couple of fittings, here she is.|
Mermaid Aurora with her new tail and top.
|After marking measured marks on the reed, we started by|
weaving to the right size.
|This is Lisa F. She was the awesome instructor.|
|Next we added finer reeds to lock in our shape.|
|Now it's time to turn the sides up.|
|It's getting exciting now that we see the shape.|
|Weaving 7 more rows give it some color.|
|This was the hardest part. Turning in the ends.|
|Lisa had special tips tools to help turn in the darn ends in.|
|Another of Lisa's tips to hold the rim. Zipties. |
|Voila, my beautiful basket. It's small - maybe 5 inches by 8 inches.|
Perfect for quilting notions.
|With the beginner class behind me, I'm up to do this |
Market Basket class when there is enough for a class.