Since I've been on vacation, I don't have much for show and tell, but in my eternal quest for new projects, especially cat related ones, I bought and downloaded the class for the Cat Sack. It's a pattern by Michelle Verbeeck. She used to teach on Joggles, which is a great site for just about everything related to dollmaking, but now she sells her patterns on Etsy.
I've wanted to make this since I first laid eyes on it, but having to use the sewing machine for it was, of course, a problem. Now, since I've gotten my feet wet with the Galloping Pony Tote, I'm going to see if I can do this, although the free motion quilting scares me to death! I bought nothing but batiks for years, before I switched over to reproduction fabrics, so I have quite a stash to choose from, but, of course, that doesn't mean I couldn't use a few more!
I got back from vacation to find my computer on life-support, and after two days of trying to save it, I finally had to take it in to be repaired. I'm stuck with the laptop for a few days, minus all my photos and files. Wouldn't you know it, my back-up drive was defective. Hopefully my stuff can be recovered. The problem with using the laptop is, the kids are on it constantly. ;)
Well, back to trying to get caught up with Lisa's Garden. Week 5 just got here, but I have a few blocks to finish before I'm ready for it. I should have pictures in a couple of days. I'm loving these small wool blocks.