Yes, this is Lucy. I can't in all good conscience call her "Also" anymore. She is too sweet.
She just got back from the vet's yesterday, and now we know why she is SO SO THIN.
She had a tape worm. As disgusting as it sounds, they are quite common, and the cat gets them from ingesting a FLEA.
So no matter how much she inhaled the food I gave her, she never put on any weight. She is in solitary right now, in the front bedroom, with a cat bed, a REAL bed, a litter box, and food. We go up every now and then to give her love.
But yes, you guessed it, she needs a forever home. And since I have 'drawn the line' as my DH suggested, four cats at Crazy as a Loom is enough.
This is one sweet girl, and I hope someone claims her.
Today L and I took our most recent order to the Parish House down the road, to take pictures of it before we sent it out. There is no place in the studio with that much floor space.......too many looms it seems.
When we got there and got it laid out, HORRORS. We realized quite immediately that the middle section was upside down. The blue in the rug was laid into the shed, in "slubs", and on one side, they were very visible, and on the other, not so much. I have to take full responsibility.....I did it.
After some grumbling, we did the right thing.....painful as it was. We took it apart, flipped the middle piece, and started over. Went back to the studio, got the needles, the thread, scissors, etc, and we sewed that bad boy back together, again. The right way.
Measured it. Perfect. Took pictures, here they are.
These were the customer's color choices, just so you know. This is the 21' runner.
L and I rock when it comes to big rugs, just sayin'. This one measures 12'x14.
The seams are wet, where we PRESSED them, so the color looks different, but only temporarily.
Now on to a stair runner, in the same colors, with a curved landing. Actually, two curved landings.
Yeah. Pray for me.