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Tuesday, March 01, 2011

Pettine Finished

The last couple of days seem to be a parade of finished objects! Don't worry, I think I'm about out of finished things after today. I finished up Pettine a week or two ago, but I hadn't blocked it out yet and I wanted to show it on the blog all blocked. Unfortunately, I realized as I was unpinning it this morning, I forgot to weave in the ends. Ideally, you're supposed to weave in the ends before you block, but don't trim them down until after blocking. Obviously, I will weave in the ends and trim them and they'll just get blocked whenever I wash the shawlette (if that ever happens). Oh well.

Logan really wanted to help me block this, but he's not allowed in the sewing/stash room yet and that's where I blocked. He has to stop trying to eat furniture before he's allowed in the sewing/stash room. In his defense, I'm not sure how much he's actually trying to eat the furniture because I really haven't seen much chewing or attempted chewing. What I do see is that the sofa keeps being in his mouth. He may just be holding it but I don't quite trust him.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe he's protecting you from imminent attack by your own furniture? I laughed out loud when I read your description of his behavior.

12:30 PM  

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