Thursday, August 31, 2006

Great Googly-moogly! Another entry in the great Blog-o-rama catch up!

The little kitty has grown leaps and bounds. He's about four and a half months old now and is already as tall as Princess Stinky. Here's a little pic Raymond took the other night. Oh, and his name is Nedsel Ford aka Little Neddy.

Cats fascinate me. Every one is so unique.

I promised a tatting pic. Well, here's a sort of bad one of the necklace I've been working on for my niece (among other things).

Heh. White on white on white. I promise when I get it finished I'll put it on some contrasting fabric. I should wind it up sometime this weekend.

I made a hat a while back. It's black velveteen and brocade. The trim is a stoopid scarf from AC Moore's $2 bin that I tied around it for "definition". At least that's my story for now. The coat was my big summer clearance bargain. I got it to wear up on the mountain when Liza gets married.

Here's a closeup of my sister's hat (that would be Amy) for Phil's wedding back in June.

And here's a closeup of Miz Mattie. She's a cutie!


Gina said...

Love those painted toes! LOL! Wonderful hats Erin! I love hats, but never seem to get around to wearing them.
:-) Gina

Mark, aka Tatman said...

Cute Kitty pics of Little Neddy. Love the name ;) And what a pose you are in!!!! Such a glamour girl ya are!!! Those thrift shops are good for something. I like that kind of shopping, especially when they make you look good :-D

Sherry aka Celtic Dream Weaver said...

HA!!...I already saw Erin on the fashion run way....You say love the toes...well...mine right now are painted colbalt blue with tiny itsy bitsy white flowers on them right now. So you can't miss my toes.
I think bargins are great!!! But then I really do hate shopping. Truly I do, but put me in a lacing supplies store and lookout...I can forget budgets, bills, and next week's grocery bills really easy.

erin said...

Now, Gina. You can always wear a hat. One doesn't need a special occasion - just a little "hatitude".

Mark, Little Nedsel has been a hoot. I can't believe how big he is already, though. He's only 4 and a half months old.

Sherry - You know my favorite pasttime...never pay retail if you can help it. Heehee!

Thanks for stopping by, guys!