After numerous Covid related postponements, Richard finally had his PT assessment today. While the physical therapist approved of our TV room Ekornes Stressless recliners, he recommended more lower back support and so this afternoon I had a craft project. While I readily admit my skills as a seamstress stagnated sometime after I earned my Girl Scout sewing badge, I did manage to make a small 4 inch x 10 inch lumbar support pillow.
Most of my remnant stash dates from the mid-1990s when I undertook the translation of Richard’s wearable art (jewelry) into soft sculptures (pillows). Despite having some lovely high quality upholstery fabrics from which to choose, he picked a left over from our Porsche days.
Most might consider the Porsche 944 a small car especially since its two back seats would only accommodate very young children before the days of safety required car seats. But we transformed our 1987 944S two-seater coupé into a station wagon on “race” weekends. We had enough room for suitcases, cooler, tools, jack, and a complete set of track wheels and tires. To protect the car’s interior when packing the Bridgestone R1s, I made four large drawstring bags using an easily washable cotton-poly blend that matched the car’s maroon leather interior. The bags were especially needed for the trek home when the wheels were covered in fine black brake dust after two days of driver education classes at the track.