I have lots of stitching bags already, but I thought that a large flat pouch type thing would be convenient to carry my current project with me wherever I go. I just open the flap and everything's right there, no digging down to the bottom of a bag!
Inside there's a pocket for thread and scissors and a place for pins and needles. I used a package of sewing theme buttons to decorate it inside and out.
I thought the picture I embroidered for the front was very appropriate!
Now, here's a couple of family pictures:
This is my brother, my dad and me celebrating Dad's 90th birthday. My hubby, sister-in-law, daughter and son-in-law were there, too, just not in this picture. The cool thing about this restaurant is if you go there on your birthday you get the percentage off your meal the same as your age. Since Dad is 90, his dinner was nearly free! Did you notice my new tattoo? I'll show you a better picture of it some time. And speaking of my daughter, she had a chance to go ghost hunting in Detroit recently with some of the Ghost Hunters. She was pretty excited about visiting this spooky looking place.
Here she is with Steve, one of the Ghost Hunters.
I really love that show, don't you? But then I love most every show about the paranormal, maybe my daughter got that from me. No, actually, she believed in ghostly things long before I did, I was skeptical for a long time. How do you feel about these things?
Tigger says, Who cares, as long as I have a full dish and get plenty of naps! Thanks for stopping by!