The fabric is pretty delicate, which is fine, because the recipient is only 17 mos. old, really not old enough to do much damage.
I'll probably make a few more of these, because they're really easy, and because I hate to use my pretty vintage pillowcases for people to put their stinky heads on. Just kidding, everyone who stays at my house has delicately fragranced hair. Except for my grandsons, but I make them bathe - a lot!
In other news, the weather has been beautiful here (yes, I'm at the age where I like to discuss the weather, and how it affects me) with not much rain. Except for yesterday. We were slated to finally get some rain, and I'll be damned if I didn't get a migraine. I nipped it in the bud, but I'm still feeling a little peaked.
Other news: John put misters in my raised beds. I wanted soaker hoses, but since I didn't buy them or put them in, I'll take the misters. It sure beats standing out there watering everything. I've got salad greens, onions, and swiss chard ready to pick and eat, along with lots of herbs. My cilantro must have seeded itself, because it showed up again on its own this spring. Why don't cilantro and tomatoes share the same growing season?? By the time I have ripe tomatoes, the cilantro is long gone!
I had some mysterious seedlings sprouting in a section of one bed that I just couldn't identify. I hadn't planted anything there, (recently) and thought maybe they were some volunteer radishes. Or something. It finally hit me this week that they're 4 o'clocks!! I forgot that I had a plant there last year - I really need to keep better notes, don't I?