Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Bliss

Re-arranging my sewing room
. . . a new project with scraps
. . . a table runner for my neighbour from curtain samples
and my wonky house block for the Around the Block swap (see my link on the side bar)
A boy home sick for a couple of days makes for some good sewing time.  All well again now, so it's back to the day job!

16 comments:

Thimbleanna said...

Gosh Annie, you've been a busy girl! Glad your son is all better!

Becky said...

What a great sewing room, and what a great wonky house block!

bennie and patsy said...

Annie you inspire me. Love your blog.
Patsy

Muddling Through said...

I love it all! And how elegant that table runner is. Don't you love it when you can use something that others would consider a throw-away!

wonderwoman said...

what a lovely sewing room and some fantastic quilts.

x

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

You've been busy! And I LOOOOOVVVVEE that selvedge canvas on your sewing room wall!!!

Lucy x

Leanne said...

What a clever girl you are nursing and sewing and decorating.

Cardygirl said...

Your room is looking good!

thornberry said...

You have been busy! Love your wonky house! I'm still thinking about how the hell I'm going to do a decent one. Yours is gorgeous. And your sewing room is delightful.

Nikki Cardigan said...

Your wonky house is perfect Annie.

sewjourn said...

Cleaning up your sewing room is the best type of cleaning if you ask me! Wonky house looks great. Haven't even started mine!

Melanie said...

Looks like you are having fun. To me September is more of a new year than January. I ought to get out the Autumn decorations but we're having a few days of lovely sunshine so I haven't yet.

Love the colours in the wonky house block.

clare's craftroom said...

I'm glad the young one is better now ,but you did get a lot done .

Jenny said...

I always like seeing your sewing room-you have been busy:)

Cathy (tinniegirl) said...

Now that's one way to have a positive attitude about illness :)

Zevenster said...

Don't you just LOVE curtain samples? I have stashes and stashes of them. Make them into purses, bags, babyshoes, toddler toys - it is always very good quality and very sturdy stuff. My only problem is the little labels they put on the samples with the names of the fabric... Dang, are they stubborn.
Love your blog, very inspiring, and especially the photo's!
Thanks ever so mucht.