I am off to Windsor tomorrow to lecture and teach my very first hosta class. At the moment I am in a panic because the only fusible web currently available with pressure-sensitive adhesive keeps changing its mind about which backing paper comes off easiest. At certain points in the roll, the parchment comes off easier, and at other points the freezer-paper type paper comes off easiest. Wednesday`s class will be a challenge, but we`ll do the best we can. When oh when is Steam a Seam coming back? Did I mention that I printed 50 copies of each pattern, folded them, and packaged them, with the instructions based on the parchment coming off easiest? Tonight I am finding the freezer-paper comes off easiest. Grrrrr.
Before I head out, I wanted to finish my posts about Andalucia, Spain. You probably knew this one was coming! I photograph cats wherever I go, and it was not hard to find cats in Andalucia! Sometimes it was hard to tell whether a group of cats belonged to a feral colony or to someone`s home. Either way, there are kind people feeding them because most look in good shape. One feral colony even had a spay and neuter program (you could tell by the clip taken out of the ear, to indicate a previous spaying or neutering).
Classic tabbies appeared everywhere, and sporting more orange in their coats than I typically see.
These last three kitties live at Cortijo Valverde, the country hotel we stayed at.
Ms. Twiggy visited our room several times.