Sunday, September 13, 2015

Guilty...

Are you guilty of this?
 Yes there is a chair under there! A chair that came with us from the station that was my FIL's that he had a "Grandad Nap" in every afternoon... so I claimed it for my sewing room...
 so that I could sit in it and stitch or crochet under my ''quilter lamp".............
wellllllll I can actually say that has never ever happened in 2 years!!!
so a little action was needed...
DD1 bought me some gorgeous fabrics when she went to Bali about 5 or so years ago... 
last year I washed and ironed them to make some pants and...... that's were it stopped... 
but during the week I made..........
 two pairs of comfy pants and sewed some of the other fabrics into sarongs........
 DD2 purchased some fabric's from Spoonflower for wraps for her new baby... well Lawson is 13 weeks old tomorrow... I have backed them with flannel and putt a binding around them... they are so soft and will have a 101 uses... lucky Lawson is still little and the weather is still cool...
 another piece was made into a large cradle sheet...
 fresh from the garden...
 home alone Friday night... mini pedi... and a change of colour... Aubergine...
 yesterdays cuddles with this Big Man
 still guilty but looking a little less piled high.... 
wink wink wink

4 comments:

  1. You have done well clearing some of the fabrics from the chair. Pants look comfy and nice cuddle rugs for Lawson.
    Hard to write as hubby is driving along from Snowtown to Pt Augusta SA.

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  2. hi Tarnyia i think well done,and your little man has grown so much,enjoy your sunday my friend xx

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  3. We all do it Tarnyia, don't you feel so guilty! When you've used all those fabrics for your quilt making, just imagine how much time you will spend in that chair, stitching the binding!!

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  4. Yes, yes, yes, I am guilty!! Looks like a design board to me!! Come and check out my new linky party at http://cathquilts.blogspot.com.au/2015/09/trial-design-board-monday.html.......BTW, I just love that triangle quilt.....gorgeous!

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