That does it...I give up! I know the formatting is wonky at the beginning of this, but I can't figure out how to get it sorted out without completely retyping it all - something I'm not about to do! So, please forgive me & hopefully next time we'll be back to normal.
Well, I'm about half-way through all this, and not doing too terrible! It's been kind of a mixed week for me. Week three was supposed to be my productive week. Week three, I was going to sew my little heart out & have all sorts of things to list on Etsy & share here and on the new Facebook page.
Oh, hey, I haven't mentioned that yet? ;) My Crafty Crap is now on Facebook! Come become a fan, or like it, or whatever it is that Facebook is calling it this week. Etsy & Facebook in one week?! I can hardly believe it! To be honest, that's what's saved me this week from feeling like a total slacker. I know I still don't have much up on Etsy yet, but that's going to change, and I got quite a bit put up on the FB page, so I'm feeling pretty good about things. And, to myabsolutesurprise, I already have almost 50 (yes, fifty!!!) fans/likes/whatever! I'm totally blown away! And, only a handful of those are my personal friends on Facebook, so people who don't even know me like it! I'm loving it! :)
So now, on to my summer goal progress check:
Five projects: Well... I am pretty much 99% finished with the final project. This afternoon I was sitting at four completed projects, and we decided to make a trip to the local Cabela's for a class for Nick, so I didn't get any sewing done. Boo... So tonight after dinner I decided it was time to go back to the hook. An hour later & I finished up my first diaper cover in a couple months. I've still got it! I was so happy to have finished up my fifth project for the week & met my goal, but then I went to grab the box wallet I finished this morning, and realized I still need to do the final top stitching. Ugh... But, like I said, pretty much 99% done, so I'm rounding up & giving myself a pass. :)
This week's projects:
Yet another LOP bag, very happy with how this one turned out. Each one gets a bit easier & a bit nicer. I have orders for a couple more, but can hopefully make something from another pattern first to offer a little variety.
Keyka Lou Pyramid Pouch. This is the one that isn't quite finished, but only needs some top stitching around the opening. I'd say quick & easy to finish up, but this is so small, it's kind of a pain. They turn out really cute though, so totally worth it. Not sure yet if I like the contrasting flap or not, but wanted to try something different. The lining matches the pink flap.