Friday, May 11, 2018

Safety First

Safety First
Zachary: "I owe, I owe, so off to work I go."
Henry: "He he he"

Dog Blog Post #2486

"You are traveling through another dimension, a dimension not only of sight and sound but of mind. A journey into a wondrous land of imagination. Next stop, the Twilight Zone!"

Or my Studio (kitchen).

Sometimes it's hard to tell the difference.

Photography Assignment

Daily Dog Challenge 2381. "Twilight Zone"

Our Daily Challenge - May 11, 2018 - "Red, Orange, Yellow"

118 Pictures in 2018 - #60. "Construction"

My, what a happy pair of Construction workers!

Their collars are Constructions of my own, assembled from orange fleece, yellow seam binding, and genuine reflective ribbon.

This might possibly be my most successful sewn collar yet, as compared to the real deal.

It is my original straight-V collar pattern, cut wide, with one end curved for the overlap up front and all raw edges covered in seam binding.

For the reflective ribbon, I first sewed seam binding to be sides, then stitched the combination to the plain collar, then finally added seam binding around the outside edges.

I find seam binding rather boring to sew on, and therefore tend to avoid it, but I think it really makes the collar here.

It did mean I could leave the fleece unlined, which made my sewing machine happy.

What's in the bag? A pop-up cube for kids to play in - kind of like a non-reflective reflector that's square, with a hole in the middle, sewn at the edges with five others just like it. Unfortunately, it's too big for my Studio (kitchen) in its reconstituted form unless the dog is on the inside.

And if you thought it was hard to collapse your reflector back into its bag, this thing is five times worse! You have to get the right edges aligned and collapse the right way, and twist just so...

I feel like Snoopy battling a lawn chair (google it!) every time I put it away.

100x : 2018 - #42

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1 comment:

Furries said...

The colors are all so vivid. Hopefully the boys don't have to work too hard!