Thursday, December 6, 2012

Mystery project :D

Today I started a Christmas present - it's bigger and more detailed than what I've done in a while.  There are 15 pattern pieces, plus some pieces cut by measurement - and I'm tracing each piece onto tissue paper (most are too big to photocopy) to preserve the original pattern :D  The project is an Oliver & S project - I hope it turns out well ... especially now that I've posted about it!  Tonight I drafted, cut out and assembled the first 4 pattern pieces.  I still have quite a way to go, lol, but so far so good!  :D

I also finished this little cutie (a Christmas gift, and being posted to the Happy Little Pouch Hop) and baked 4 1/2 dozen cookies for DS2 to take to work to share with his crew :)

13 comments:

  1. Can't wait to see! Love the little pouch! We went to a Christmas party tonight and ate WAY too many sweets....

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  2. That looks like it is going to be the cutest little animal. Your Christmas purse looks very cute too. I love that doggy picture.
    You have to visit my blog and link your dumpling post to my linky.

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  3. I think I know what it could be!!!!!!! Love the cute pouch.

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  4. Projects look cute! Love the doggy one! Can't wait to see your finished result! :)
    hUgs, Mickie

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  5. That is looking like a stuffie to me, and I do love stuffies!

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  6. That is looking like a stuffie to me, and I do love stuffies!

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  7. Oh, can't wait to see the finished project!!!
    Looks pretty interesting to me.
    Cheers, Anita.

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  8. Catching up on reading blog posts this morning. Have you finished the mystery project?

    The dog panel on that little pouch is adorable.

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  9. Ohhhh I love a mystery. It looks like it will be a little animal softie? Great job on the pouch. It's super cute =D

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  10. How is the new top project coming along? Wishing you and your 'boys' a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year!

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  11. Merry Christmas to you in your family
    Greetings from Guadeloupe

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  12. You use such fabulous fabrics, Sandra and it makes all the difference to the finished projects. The Christmas pouch is lovely!!!

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