MCAL part #2
It’s been a fun week. I had a craft fair last Saturday that kept me pretty busy tagging and setting up. My dad made me some awesome shelves to display my stuff. Due to work, my husband stained them.
Now I have to make bags to protect the dulcimers my dad has been making as payment. That’s my plan for tomorrow afternoon. My daughter decided it was fun to be the Easter Bunny. She had a great time in that suit and even posed for a picture with her dad.
Seriously, she’s 14, posing with dad is her least favorite thing. At least the rabbit ears make her taller than him.
I also decided to play with resin to make some necklaces/keychains.
Sadly, the resin for the first set of ten refused to harden. I hate it when the resin gets all soupy. Thankfully, my second set of ten was perfect and order was restored to my world.
I also got this book from the library.
I can’t stop myself. I have made the flamingo, the camel
and I am working on the alligator.
I’m trying to get as many done as I can as I have to take it back to the library soon.
Oh! MCAL. Here’s the next part. It starts right where last week’s ended.
Round 24: (7 SC, DEC) 6 times .
Round 25: (6 SC, DEC) 6 times .
Round 26: (5 SC, DEC) 6 times .
Round 27: (4 SC, DEC) 6 times .
Round 28: (3 SC, DEC) 6 times .
Start stuffing here.
Round 29: (2 SC, DEC) 6 times .
Round 30: (SC, DEC) 6 times .
Round 31: DEC 6 times .
Fasten off. Leave a piece for sewing. Thread string through last 6 stitches and pull up tight to close opening.
Any guesses what it is yet?
Here’s the instructions for the feet.
FEET (Make 2) – in orange neon
Round 1: SC in 2nd Ch, SC in next 2 stitches. 3 SC in last stitch, working in the unused loops from the chain, SC 2, 3 SC in last chain. .
Round 2: 3 SC, 3 INC, 3 SC, 3 INC .Round 3: 3 SC (SC, INC) 3 times, 3 SC (SC, INC) .
Round 4: SC in BLO .
Round 5: 2 SC, 5 DEC, 3 SC, 3 DEC, SC .
Round 6: SC row .
Round 7: DEC 7 times .
Round 8: 5 SC, DEC .
Rounds 9-11: 3 rows SC [6 stitches per row].
Stuff legs firmly and sew to bottom of the body. The legs need to be stuffed firmly.