21 July 2009

Here comes Santa claus

I have time tonight to post a WIP photo. I have been working on this since Independence Day. He's cute, but man, is he a lot of work. SO is lucky he's cute, LOL. I probably have another couple days of work on him.

And check out this link:

I tried to tell SO I NEED it. I even told him he could have the sewing room back as the penthouse level of the man-cave. Not surprisingly, he didn't seem interested. DANG IT. But . . . he did say the next place we are moving will have land, so that I can have horses and a garden (I guess he has finally accepted that, as a Southern woman, it is my duty to grow vegetables in the dirt and wear funny hats) . . . and this . . . maybe. I just have to figure out how we get that place . . . and how I get time to enjoy riding horses, and digging in the dirt, and play in a sewing house.


Kathy A. said...

That is one very lovely Santa.
I know what you mean - I looked at that sewing cottage and wanted that so much!!!

Annie said...

The Santa is really cute. Well worth the effort I think.

That stitching workshop is unbelievable. If that isn't heaven on earth, I don't know what is. Dream on!

kimstitch3 said...

wow, love it hon, hang in there, you will be done in no time.KImberly

Daffycat said...

That is some incredible playhouse. I need one too!

Pumpkin said...

He's SO cute!!!! What pattern is that Rachel?

OMG! THAT'S what I need!!!! Just wait until DH gets home...

I do my thing and you do yours. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, then it is beautiful. If not, it can’t be helped--Frederick Perls