Thursday, 12 March 2015

Daisy doo

I'm just dropping in to quickly wave and blow kisses, and hope you've not forgotten me!  I will get back to blogging in a couple of months, when i have a table in a room of my own in my new house, cant wait!

There's a lot going on (well a hell of a lot for me anyway) and very very little of it is sewing unfortunately.  We're a step closer to getting to the new house though, and I'm hopefully close to setting up an actual final moving date for a few weeks time.  Eeeeek!  Am so keen to get in the new house, but at the same time really scared of not having granny in the same house....  Granny and grampa will be a few months away from being in the same town too...  Dont worry, man is home, I'm not alone!

Anywaysees.  I did get a teeny bitty sewing done.




I attempted some needle turn applique cos I wanted some kind of orange peel / fake cathedral windows block for the long standing WIP that is my sampler in repro 30's prints.  Some of the petals' curves got a little bumpy, but all in all I'm happy with it for a first time go!  Goodness I wish I could get some good solid piecing time.  I have this WIP burning an image in my retinas, and another 3 quilt tops (with the fabric bundled and sat waiting natch) I'm sooooo keen to make.  Oh and I bought 2 huge 28" feather inserts with a view to making 2 covers to match the big blue beeast.  One day...

Right, I'm afraid my eyes are totally going and I need to kip, again.  I shall leave you with a wee pic of my cherub....  (who has given me a whopping big cut down my schnozz, the delicate lamb...) Cheerio for now peeps, pip pip honk honk!  x





11 comments:

  1. Already knows the important "white good" in the house bless her cotton socks!!!

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  2. Is she already taking over the sewing machine? She is so cute! Congrats to the new house. Plenty of planing and soon you can put out the farbic boxes of the storage

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  3. Ha! I remember those dunt on the hooter days! So pleased your wee hoos is looming (in a good way) and that you have the man for a wee bit. When can I visit?! *g*

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  4. At first glance of the photo, I thought she was feeding your fabric stash into a shredder type of appliance (eek), but of course, it is not a shredder but the opposite. This must be the best corner in your house! Oh and she is cute, shredding or not!

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  5. This is just lovely. I am very nervous of any kind of curved sewing myself so am always impressed when others make it look so good. x

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  6. I am so very excited for you. Glad to hear mom and dad will be following. Can't wait to see pics of the new place.

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  7. Aw, she's such a cutie. Hoping you get into the house soon - it all sounds really promising. And some space to sew, yay! Juliex

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  8. H always caught my eye lid with his scraggy nails. She's a proper cutie. Are you getting a sewing room?

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  9. H always caught my eye lid with his scraggy nails. She's a proper cutie. Are you getting a sewing room?

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  10. I hope the move goes smoothly and doesn't completely wipe you out for months on end - don't forget to sit down at every opportunity! I love the orange peel appliqué, it's something I want to do...at some point! Take care and good luck xx

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