It's a cute little jacket/shirt, but a bit too small for her. I'll have to enlarge the pattern a bit and try it again, but this one will serve as an around-the-house kind of robe. I also may ditch the second attempt on this one and try a different kimono pattern that I have, we'll see.
I feel as though I've lost a bit of momentum in the crafting department. I feel like maybe the whole CPSIA thing stole my ambition and I'm having a hard time starting up again, so for today, I neatened up the studios and organized my fabric. Let's just say that I have a serious problem! I literally can not fit one more yard of fabric in my cabinet.
Some people buy CDs, some buy shoes or purses, or clothes, or drugs...I buy fabric. It really can be quite therapeutic if you put your mind to it. Basically, I have a problem, and it needs to stop. The husband actually thinks that I have surpassed his vinyl collection quantity with my fabric collection quantity...if that's true, we've got trouble.
I also did a little laundry. The way it works around here is that hot laundry is expected to be deposited on the couch so that Peanut can burrow herself in it until it completely cools. After it has cooled, I'm then allowed to fold it. I'd worry about her getting hair all over the clean laundry, but since she's practically bald, that's not really a concern.