It’s been awhile since I’ve had any sewing to supervise. Things came to a standstill for a while with the pillow thing. But it looks like they are back on now!
Today was a very exciting day. First Anna came over to work on the pillows with Liz. I was so excited to see her that I could not leave her alone. When she & Liz were trying to design the pillows, I had to put in my two cents. I needed some scratches!
Luckily Anna is very accommodating and gave me all the scratching I desired.
It made me very relaxed and sleepy!
Then we got another visitor! Elsa’s mom came to pick her painting! I looove having visitors and it was so fun to meet a new friend. 🙂
I was so excited I got my lobster out so we could all play together. Anna, once again, was very accommodating:
Then they said it was time for more sewing. So back into the room we went. Of course I didn’t stay awake for long!
What can I say? I am much more interested in sleeping than sewing!
Liz said you’re probably bored of hearing about me watching her and Kristin design and sew pillows, but she wanted to preview some of the new collections they are working on and also she said I am so cute that you would probably want to see another picture of me no matter what I am doing.
So here is the picture of me:
I am saying, “What, are you kidding me? More pictures of me waiting for you to get done sewing?”
And here are some of the things they are working on putting together:
They pretty much finished that collection. You will have to see it when it’s made up. It will be cool. And here is the next one they will be doing:
Or something like that. It usually changes a lot from this initial stage, but we’ll see! I will be sure to post more pictures when those are ready.
There are a few pillows that are finished that you haven’t seen yet, but the light was really bad that day so pictures did not get taken. Maybe by next week!
Liz & Kristin got together again this week to do some sewing. This is the 3rd time already I think. It’s not very exciting, but I do what I can to assist the process. Here I am helping Liz rip seams. She tried making the sewing machine go backwards, and apparently that doesn’t work! Check out my look of intense concentration:
I take this shizz seriously!
I know it’s my job to supervise these girls, but it’s really not that fun. They don’t listen to any of my design advice, and they don’t pet me as much as I would like, either. Liz even had the nerve to tell me to be careful not to drool on the silk! As if I would. I was just resting my chin.
You can see a couple of their finished pillows in the background there. Yeah, they’re cute, I guess!
Stay tuned. They will put them on Etsy soon, they told me. Maybe next week.
All this sewing is tiring though!
At least they were too distracted with sewing things to dress me up with trims this time! But I did have to wait ages for my dinner…
Last week, Liz and Kristin decided to get together to design some pillows. They said they are going to start a little business doing this. So, as is my duty, I accompanied them into the craft room, and sat between them on the floor.
For some reason they seemed to think I was in the way, so I retired to this chair to supervise:
But conditions soon deteriorated:
They swore it helped them to envision the final outcome, but somehow I don’t think so…