Well, the good news is a few more boards and the floors will be done, yeh!
Spent the day cutting again and got more done today and only about 5 more jackets to go.
With all the noise going on, Casey and Dora hid out with me, but Casey was not amused by Dora's antics.
Dora decided the pile was more fun to play in, as you can see. Isn't she the cutest thing:)
Then it was onto the mattress I was sitting and cutting on, she decided to help with tearing some wool apart.
After all that hard work and play, Dora decided it was time for some rest and what better place to nap than a big bag filled with discarded wools.
And this is the result of all that cutting. It is alot of work, but I got a great selection of wools for hooking, braiding and rag rugs. If you consider that I pay a dollar an item, that pile of wool would have cost me a bundle if I had bought it new. Some wools will stay as is and others will be over dyed. The ugly pinks will become a deep prim rose for a new rug I am planning.
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