my little mochi and buy your own. Comes with printables, puzzles and other accessories to sew.
So how big is Stu? That's the joy of him. He and his fish fit inside an Altoids tin. Got no Altoids to hand? Don't worry, turns out that there is a thriving market in the empty tins on Ebay - who knew? Gotta love an auction site that lets me buy empty sweet tins. Turns out that I could have wanted one to house a Raspberry Pi, but I didn't!
I was glad that Stu was a success - this is a photo of the hand sewing that I'd tried about a month ago.
I know. Criminal waste of fabric and sequins! Even my lovely DDs looked at and couldn't think of anything supportive to say!
Proof, if I should need it, that if the hands and mind aren't ready for sewing it's best to leave the scissors and needles out of reach until the planets are correctly aligned, or whatever it is that makes a difference to my sewing.
The obvious project to work on would be the one with the blocks already sewn and ready to make into a flimsy. Who wants to stick with obvious? I decided that the arrival of a charm pack and a new ruler in the same post must be an omen - so broke them both open and decided to try and make just one more little quilt before school breaks up for Christmas!
Wish me luck!
Happy winter stitching, one and all, and I hope that you are at the 'success' end of the scale!