The very minimum amount of loops have been pulled the last two days and not sure many will be pulled today. Tuesday I drew and shipped three rug hooking patterns; they were Antique Black Kitten:
Posies and Stars,
Then yesterday I had three orders; one person wanted the small version of Horse and Scrolls.
another person wanted Cat's Meow.
The third person wanted an antique adaptation I'd not drawn before so a master pattern needed to be made before I could draw it out on linen.
I worked over an hour to try rethreading it and even have the manual but the damn thing wouldn't do the proper stitch and that same thread was missing something. So I dropped it off at a local sewing center this afternoon. However, the person who works on sergers is off today. I'm confident it is just the threading but am having it serviced too.
I'm dependent on a serger as I do NOT like glued edges which some teachers do to patterns they sell (had a couple and very disappointed they put something like that out there), I've seen some people using tape on the edge but think that is tacky too and wouldn't want to do that with mine and surely wouldn't sell a pattern like that. So I've alerted the young lady I'll contact her tomorrow.
So you're thinking...'what's wrong with hooking now?' Well, because after I walk to pick up my mail I'm coming home to make a pot of vegetable soup. I love a bowl of warm vegetable soup, left overs for a couple days and also freeze some. But boy it takes forever to chop those veggies.