My Gabby Bag is off to its new owner. With luck it will arrive today. Canada Post is no longer threatening job action, so I sent it off on Monday.
Meanwhile, I got back to my Gondola Shawl.
I also got a new bag cut out. I always marvel at how many pieces it takes to make a bag. since many of the pieces are very nearly the same size, I find it is essential to label all the pieces.
This is another Two-Timing Tote, designed by Bethany at Sweet Bee Buzzings.
This bag is a commission and the fabric came from my friend's stash. She wanted green, and what piece will be used where was somewhat determined by the sizes of the pieces she had in her stash. I need to fuse interfacing to all these pieces, and tomorrow is suppose to be cool, so I think this will work out well. I also need to make 2 1/2 metres of piping. Not a hard job, just a bit tedious. After those tasks are done, the fun of sewing it all together starts.
For the kitten fans, I managed to catch 2 of my 3 busy little boys.
Gerry had temporarily gone to wherever it is that kittens go when they don't want to be found.
They are nearly double the size they were when they arrived, four weeks ago. I expect they will graduate to Adoption soon.