(The following photo is totally irrelevant to this post. But I love it. And I never talk about happy little woodchuck, but he deserves his day in the sun. )
Abby, of the delightful blog Orange Peel! Who write this lovely little ditty:
So! Thank you all for entering, I wish I could send you all the things, but I do not have that many pouches. And, speaking of pouches, I made another one from Jeni's awesome pattern, and wrote about it over here on Bon Bon Atelier's blog. I made some minor additions to the pattern, so check it out if you're so inclined- they really are fabulous and quick-ish little things to make.
Also, I have been On The Internest! I am calling it the internest from now on, because I like it, and because isn't it TIME for another ridiculous thing to call it? Do you guys remember when we all called it the World Wide Web? Which, I guess we still do, in URL form, but we said ALL THOSE WORDS to describe it, all the time. No longer: it is now the internest, to me anyways.
Wait, I was talking about something? Yes, I was tooting my proverbial horn. Sorry. I was on True Up, which is awesome because I love Kim and I love True Up. Here on the Visual English Alphabet, and here, on the custom fabric, including the Theo pattern. Also, Jennifer of Secondhand Dinosaur did a mention of my ASL fabric, as well as Samarra Khaja's. (Which, ok, when her fabric came out several months ago, I was all, DRAT, I am TOO LATE! But then I decided not to trash all of my sad little hands, and went ahead with it. The world can hold approximately 50,000 cat fabrics, it can handle 2 ASL prints.) And Ara Jane, of you know what I love? posted some lovely photos of the fabric, as well as the fabric that her adorable daughter Ingrid inspired.
OK! I am done showboating. But thanks for listening, and for haikuing, and for generally being awesome people. Your hair looks nice today, did you get it cut?