I have been keeping busy with projects between homework assignments, and I have recently had a very happy accident. My patron has an adorable little girl, and as typical with toddlers she grew larger between the time I measured her and when I made her new tunic. She got to wear it once. Her father in his wisdom suggested that I enter it into the Children's Garb Exchange clothing competition to be held at Bar Gamel's. I made her a new set of tunics, bigger this time so she should be able to wear it for two or three months.
|Too Small Tunic|
|New Tunics that will hopefully fit for a few months|
Since we planned on day tripping the event and I wasn't sure that we would be there early enough to make the entry deadline, I sent the Too Small Tunic ahead of me with a friend that would be getting there Friday night. This ended up being a really good thing.
Friday evening I left the Husband to give the kiddos a bath and put them to bed while I went to the grocery store. I wasn't gone long when I got a text from him telling me that I needed to get home right away. Our youngest had had a pimple on his tush that we were keeping an eye on, and overnight it got much worse.
Tl:dr I spent 6 hours in the ER with a squirmy three year old, and we were not going to make it to the event.
|My little man. Nothing keeps him down for long.|
Cut to last night when I started getting messages telling me that I had won several of the categories for the contest. I think they were people's choice, Queen's choice, and most likely to be worn in a mud puddle. My friend brought home my prizes, and I was gobsmacked. Seriously they were not kidding around with the prizes!
|Loot! The folks making prizes went above and beyond.|
I plan on making something nice for my patron's daughter as a thank you for his great suggestion, and I think the pashmina would look lovely on his wife.
MY VERY OWN NEMO BUCKET!!! You have no idea how badly I have wanted one of these!
|I HAZ A BUKKET!|
I'm VERY, VERY pleased with your work! Awesomeness!
Cool! It is always great to feel that others appreciate the hardwork and skill that goes into hantcraft/sewing products. :-)
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