Last night I finished my Ripple seat cover for the back of the passenger seat in Jenni. I made it a little too big and have had to tuck some in beside the door frame but it's not too noticeable and I'm happy with the finished look. I still have to make a big cushion and cover for the seat part, that's been added to my ever growing list of hooky jobs for 2012, along with both for the drivers chair.
The photo above if the back of the chair, you can see the cover is like a pillow case it slides over the chair back and hopefully won't move about too much. Once the cushions are all in place this is my cosy little nook. For reading and hooking when out and about in my beloved little Jenni. Trav sits opposite me, with a matching blanket and set of hooky cushions.
This evening I finished another project. this one is also for Jenni. I'm not sure if this is for my side or Trav's? I might have to move one of my cushions over to his seat so I get this feather bolster. I haven't seen the trim I'm using on any other projects so I'm naming it a "Triple-Ripple" that name is of course purely for my use as I'm sure someone else, somewhere else has already named it and claimed the fame of thinking this pretty trim up.
It looks like I might have a job stealing it away from my beautiful model Suki-Su. ;)
We had a mini adventure yesterday in Jenni van-Ladybug, nothing amazing ;)
Just a trip up to Culver Downs, to take the muttleys for a walk have a coffee eat some biscuits and relax.
There was of course plenty of time for some much needed hooking ;)
Diggory really liked being squooshed in between my leg and the seat back.
The dogs do like to be cheeky and make themselves comfy on our seats however they do have a basket in the van and find that most of the time they have to sleep there not on our seats.
Hope you had as good a weekend as we did