When Crazy Sets In

I really don’t have too much time on my hands, but even I, a hermit if ever there was one, occasionally should get out more. Or. This.

I doubt it took more than ten minutes, so no harm. And it made me giggle. Perhaps a bit hysterically. Miss Myrtle certainly looked a bit shocked. But only for minute, “because at least it’s not BLUE!” she shouted out, also a bit hysterically.

I spent the first half of the day sewing more blue face masks.

That’s enough to send both Miss Myrtle and me off the deep end. We don’t like blue!

My friend Judy over at Patchwork Times made a doll mask for her granddaughter. That’s normal. Me? I don’t have an explanation. 🙂

CJ Tinkle

This Post Has 4 Comments

  1. JUDY L LAQUIDARA

    The one I made wasn’t much smaller than the kid size. Yours looks tiny!! But it is adorable.

    1. tinksquared

      2.75 inches tall at the peak before seam allowances 🙂

  2. Maureen Pinwill

    I can imagine how many distraught parents around the world there are who are trying to get their 3 – 7yr olds to wear these beautiful mask creations. May be a doll out there with a mask on would help their frayed nerves to display to thier little ones how nice they look on dollies. Although how many little girls play with dolls now? Send the pic of your doll out there for parents to use. Myrtle is beautiful. The little mask is adorable. I spent last evening cutting out lots of different sized masks as I was feddup with being reactive. My new pro-active self has loads of cut-outs, each colour coded for different sizes, so I can just pick up the most requested size at a moments notice. I always thought my colour coding fetish would come in handy one day. 🙂

    1. tinksquared

      LOL you’re perfect Maureen! What a great idea to color code and have your kits ready to go!

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