Today we used the pintuck foot on the coverstitch part of our serger for a variety of looks. The first is ordinary pintucks.
Then we made pintucks the other direction for crosshatching.
This piece shows that either the back or the front of the corded pintucks can be used to make the garment interesting.
These corded pintucks have a narrow ribbon sewn on top of the pintuck as the pintuck is created.
And this is a fluffy yarn laid on top of the pintuck as it is created. There are so many interesting looks one can get with the various ways to sew pintucks. I really enjoyed this class.
After class, I went to get Lacey. She has been in the hospital since Monday, but was finally well enough to come home today. They kindly gave her a bath while she was there and she very clean. A pasture dog rarely gets a bath. She dislikes the car, so I asked the attendant to help me put all 80# of her inside the back. For the first time ever, we got the back open and she jumped right in. It seems she really was ready to come home.
When the sun came up this morning, it made a beautiful stream through the trees. And it remained a sunny day – such a treat!