I have things to do.
This doesn’t stop me from goofing off.
I think it actually encourages goofing off.
It makes my wood floors presentable.
And my dog more intelligent…
It makes my neighborhood interesting.
Too bad it doesn’t make some of the neighbors more intelligent…
I don’t think it helps Sarah’s fabric look better.
But it’s already as cute as can be. So I think adding the “camera” is something like a double negative.
It does make the sewing machine look more quaint.
I don’t know how I feel about what it does to the Alice in Wonderland Halloween treat bag I made.
It is REALLY hard to get a decent pic of a tote bag anyway. Oh, and you’re missing the cute handles. Oh well. Maybe I’ll get the be-costumed one to model it in costume in the next little while. The tote bag was really fun to make — raw edge ruffle! There’s a whole coordinated Halloween thing going on over at Sew4Home. Most recently a bat mobile. Crack me up!
Does the camera enhance the Joel Dewberry blocks for Liz?
Are these pics making your eyes water a little bit? I don’t know. It’s a fun thing for a little while. The pics remind me of the ’70s. Yes, I was there. When Cindy Brady was just a twinkle in her mother’s eye. Gosh, it would be fun to see GOOD PHOTOS taken with the Hipstamatic. I’m making it work awfully hard to cover for my photography skillz.
All right, rub that out of your eyes and wander over to Glorious Color so you can see a beautiful pic of Kim McLean’s Stars & Sprigs quilt. Go on, it will take you right back to the pretty present.