So…no post last week because we were digging a grave 😦
We’ve lost pets before, but I’m really having a hard time getting over Jasper. Of the 9 dogs we’ve had since we’ve been married, he was hands-down the politest, smartest, best dog ever. Like many Aussies he seemed to have a sixth sense about understanding his people, and was always unobtrusively near us. I think being so used to him always at my side is what makes it the hardest, because I keep looking down, wondering where he is…and then remembering he’s gone. Every time I was in the craft room, he would sit just outside the door and I had to step over him as I went in and out. Today was the first day being back in there without him and although it was faster to run to and from the kitchen for some water to refill the iron, it was really lonely.
OK, ready to learn a new craft? Even if you think you “can’t” knit or crochet, if you can handle a sewing needle, you can make this! Depending where you live, you might argue with me that it’s too warm for a hat. The lacy effect and cotton though are still perfect for spring – at least where I live!
Other than Ashley, I don’t know of resources for whatever this craft is. It’s not really netting or nalbinding or macrame or…? If you know of some, please share as a comment!
Here’s a really cute and spring-y version of last week’s felt mini AG dress by gammerangel