Yesterday I finished the puzzle ball. It was not quite as difficult as I thought, thanks to the very clear directions from http://www.patchworkstatt-sophie.de/ . I did the biggest size which is about a size for a Babyball, the smallest size would be something for a keyholder. I'm actually thinking about it to make some keyholders for small giveaways for friends and family. They way it looks it's seems that I did a lot of sewing, but actually this ball is at the end made out of not more than seven pieces. I have a english directions, too, but there were not quite as clear and didn't have any pictures. I'm proud to say that I didn't have to rip any seems in this project! What a suprise.
Because my husband went on a hunting trip this early morning and had to got up at 3 am, he went to bed right after Caiden around 8 pm last night. So I had a men-free evening. I decided to watch a movie and do some stitching. I'm working on the stitchter's angel project from Cinderberry Stitches. I know I still have to practice and I wish I could take a class, because all what I learned I saw in books and teached myself. But it's fun and it doesn't look too bad.
My friend Tanja did a class in stitching and look at her beautiful results. I wish I would be as good as her.
I also saw this magazine online and I want to look at it, but I never have seen it in stores here. I will keep my eyes open if it's possible to purchase it here somewhere, I think there are some great helps and beautiful projects.
So I'm working on stuff, slowly, but I'm doing it!!