I gave this to my 14 year old son for his birthday. He is an aspiring writer, and puts all his works in the binder. He loves it.
I sew quite a bit, and I was asked to visit my daughter’s sewing class (high school) with some of my projects. I brought the cover, and the teacher liked it so much she asked me for the website, and of course I obliged her. She is considering using your tutorial for one of her class projects next fall, I believe.
Doesn't that look like a great fabric for a teenager? How nice to hear that a teacher thinks my tutorial is worth using! Hope I didn't do anything wrong in there. Please, Mrs. Davis, I'd love to see pictures when your class completes their projects!
In early to mid-June we noticed a very vocal, little black cat hanging around the house. He responded to "kitty, kitty, kitty" by meowing loud and often. He acted afraid and didn't want to come close, but would run up on the porch and furiously nom the kitten chow left there for the ferals. Eventually, he did warm up to us and started flopping over for belly rubs. Upon closer inspection it was apparent that this was a young cat (about 7 months) who still had all his equipment. He would often show up with cobwebs on his face so we figured he was living in the neighbor's crawlspace. After getting to know him for a week and earning his trust, we put him into a cat carrier and took him to the vet so they could run him up on the rack and give him a tune-up and all the shots and neuter him. We brought him back home to the house and he was happy as could be, even with the doxies and Bob. Bob, on the other hand wasn't too delighted with the little cat - Jack, as he is called - and stomped around the house complaining loudly to everyone and no one in particular. It took about a week, but Bob and Jack are now getting along together and Bob's got his sweet disposition back again.