It came from the depths of the closet where is has been lurking for years. And it chose the spookiest, scariest day to make its presence known. All because it wants to torment its owner. Bwahahahaha! What could this horrible being be? Okay, it's just a mini serger, but a little scary, don't you think? No, you say? Not scary at all? But just look at it! I bought this little device on Ebay maybe about 4 years ago because I thought it would be useful for sewing and for serging the edges of my stitching fabric. It didn't cost much, and looks to be in good condition. When I got it, I looked in the box (original, with instructions) and said, "Yep, there's a serger in there" and put it in the closet. Yeah, I don't even know if it works. Shame on me. You see, I've been a bit intimidated by this innocent little machine even though it might make my crafting easier. But now that I'm working at a cross stitch store where operating a serger is a necessity, I think I've overcome my fear. I operate the one at work like a pro and can even re-thread the thing, even though it may take me a little time to navigate the threads through all of their little hook and loop mazes. And now I am ready to tackle my very own wee machine. It is kind of cute. Plus, it will be interesting to find out if it actually works. I'm determined. I'll keep you posted.
To prove that I actually have been doing some cross stitch, here's the progress on my current project (one of them). It's Christmas Box Ornaments by Country Garden Stitchery. I kind of can't wait to get to the metallic thread and bead part!
My other goal this week is to get "Gobble" all framed so he can be on display through Thanksgiving. Plus, Sheila and I will be headed to Joann's Crafts this week to pick up some supplies for a cute wreath project she found online. And I'm going to get some yarn for a special project.