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Sunday, July 10, 2016

A Little at a Time....

I finished the chair.  I still need to do a matching pillow. 

It is plain as ordered. 

Zar went behind Tessie's back and ordered a foot stool to match... He is paying for it with his own money, so how can I refuse. 

He may have to cart it around with him when he goes to the conservatory... I am not sure how Tessie is going to react to his order... Behind her back?  Not good...
They are both making do with foot stools dragged in from other residences. 

As you can see, I am getting a second row of stitching in on the rug.  That will be where one of the borders goes.

"Tessie!  Move Friskie off of the rug. Now!"

Yes.  I spelled his name right.  That's how it is spelled on his food bowl. So that's how we spell it here.

I took a photo from the top down. There is actually quite a bit of room in there.  I was worried at first, but I think that cramming a jungle into the room will work just fine...

I do believe that I am going to have to draw the line on how many pets Tessie will be allowed to keep in there though.  I overheard some talk of monkeys and gorillas this morning.... That's a BIG NO!!!  Especially the gorillas... I can just picture one wandering around and trying to get people to use his glue!

Anyway.  I should get back to making pillows, foot stools and such...

See you tomorrow.

7 comments:

Elizabeth S said...

Your new wicker chair is Beautiful Casey and so is the seat cushion fabric which you chosen for it.

Giac said...

Hello Casey,
The chair is fantastic! Maybe you could let her have just 1 monkey :D
Big hug
Giac

Fabiola said...

The chair is fantastic!

Steinworks said...

Great chair, Tessie sort of reminds me of Ava Garden from the movie Elephant Walk

hugs
Marisa

Caseymini said...

Thanks Gang! I'm glad you like it... No choice on the fabric. Tessie made me do it. It matches the fabric on her chair. I still have enough for footstools. Even a couch, if need be.

monse conchello said...

por favor, podrias incluir en tu blog la posibilidad de traducción al español???. Gracias

Caseymini said...

Monse, you can simply use one of the online translators to get it in Spanish. If I translate it into one language, I would have to have it translated to a number of other languages. I subscribe to several French and Spanish blogs. I translate them with an online translator all the time. It only takes a few minutes if you have the translator bookmarked. I hope that this helps.