With all of that in mind you can imagine the level of fear and horror that struck me when I realised the panels I had been happily crocheting would have to be attached together. I watched youtube videos on attaching them via crocheting, but my skills are still at that enthusiastic beginner stage and as I had sort of freestyled the whole thing and they didn't fit too neatly together that seemed like it was way beyond me... so I decided to sew the thing... I mean how hard can it be, a darning needle is bloody huge, and I can even thread the sucker without changing glasses. I happily announced to Phantom that I was attempting this feat, which prompted her to make a huge bucket of tea, grab some snacks, and settle in for the "show" as she called it. After about ten minutes the funny bugger disappeared and reappeared with bandaids, bandages, and a makeshift sling, and just lay them on the table while giggling like a maniac... soooo hilarious... Phantom then had a stage of commentating the whole process like it was sports channel event, which led to me declaring all sorts of creative threats to her skinny, smart arse little self... and they must have been dire because she retreated and left me to my mumbling and sewing frenzy.
I am going to stick with paint for a while
happy painting all...xx