Sunday, 1 May 2011

Clearing the decks

When I started to quilt my DJ, I needed a fair bit of clear space, so I just moved everything onto my craft table and anywhere else there was clear space.  Fast forward a week or so, and when I decided that I would catch up with my Civil War blocks, they were buried under everything I had heaped on the table.

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So today was spent having a little tidy up, and tomorrow I can get going on the Civil War blocks and perhaps also start sorting through the container of leftover fabric scraps which is overflowing now.

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The Mister has just informed me that my sewing room “looks sterile and dormant”…..

9 comments:

  1. Quickly girl! Get the next project happening. "Sterile and dormant" sounds terrible!

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  2. Sterile and dormant? Silly Mister - you had to make spaces for darling Cody to supervise without the furry lad mucking up your work (or you accidentally stitching Cody into a quilt top).

    Lovely to see Cody posing on the windowsill and staring straight at the camera, so sure in the knowledge that He rules your home!

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  3. looking very organised.......

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  4. I am pretty sure it won't be "sterile and dormant" for long! I started quilting a UFO yesterday and soon had everything off the table and onto the floor...LOLOL...forgot I need a lot of space to throw the quilt around on...LOLOL ....so my room looks anything BUT sterile and dormant....ran out of bobbin thread and called it a night about 8.30....back to work today so probably wont be working on it again this week....and I have all the patterns for the CW blocks ready to go to catch up...I think I am three behind now!

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  5. don't you hate it when you just have to tidy up so you can get on to the next project. I bet all the time you were tidying your mind was planning.

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  6. Funny isn't it how the very thing you want can take some time to find and be hidden under other things- I think may of us would have done just what you have in order to get going on something we really want to do- you have been busy though, looking forward to seeing the finished results of your stitching!

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  7. Haha... I wonder how long it will take you to unsterilise and undormantise it? Looks great...

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  8. Ooops.. and I forgot to say thanks for the comment on my post at Sew We Quilt... was fun to do something different...
    Hugz

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  9. Funny! I spend a LOT of time trying to have my room look 'sterile and dormant' and I LOVE the tone of support in you husband's reply!

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