Here is the fourth logcabin pouch completed!
4th one? Oh my goodness! I never thought I would make
that many out of this challenging project!
When I worked on the very first one, which I think was
about a little over a year ago, it took me
a couple of months to complete. Seriously.
I was way overwhelmed with how difficult it was
to bring the logcabin into a pouch, so I procrastinated
finishing it up for the longest time, hoping that
that was the most difficult thing I've ever made.
But the fact is I can clearly tell that I'm just
getting better and better at working on it!
By repeating this project, I have learned what I
was not good at and what I could do to solve the problems.
I still can't say I'm fully confident with this project,
but I am feeling more and more comfortable,
partly because of your cheerful encouragements, guys!!
Thanks sooooooo much for sweet comments on my logcabin
pouches and custom orders of the pouch!
You sure help me gain confidence and make my life sweeter!
Oh here is another happy thing!
Kim, Joe's mom, my American mom I would like to call,
sent me this surprise birthday gift for me!!!
The birdie which she made using this great pattern
by Spool Sewing and the pincushion beneath it are her handmade items;)
Aren't they so cute??!! I love what Kim makes and
love making her creation my own. *smile*
Kim was one of the people who motivated me to
start sewing. Among all the fascinating things
she's created, I was absolutely in love with...
Christmas stockings she's made.
When she showed me the stocking (the 3rd one from the right)
and said it was mine, I felt something really warm
inside of me and knew I want to be a mother who can
do that kind of things for my children in the future.
Thanks a lot, Kim, for your sweetness
to send me such a great gift...!
I love everything you got for me!!
Thanks for reading!