Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Sewjourn Memories - Good Times

 I bought this little kit for these buckets from Ink and Spindle some (years) ago . . .
 I've taken them to and fro' Sewjourn quite a few times.  Finally, they got made up this time and I LOVE them.
 Cheeky conversations
 I was very taken with this lovely little sewing accessory - just LOVE sewing accessories, I'm a real sucker for them.  Didn't Tan model it well!
 Lara was the human machine with the amount of garments she was producing - just amazing!
 

 Good times and great to just sew sew sew for hours on end and not worry about anything else.
Thanks girls for another great weekend.  Just in time, as now I am knee deep in school reports and feeling quite stressed.  Can't wait to make another quilt!!!

9 comments:

Tanya said...

Hey Annie- what's going on- seems you must have caught me at a time when I momentarily lost my sewing concentration...or- is that why Lara gets so much done?! She's not posing for photos! Kazz made that little 'apple and tangerine' for me for my 40th. I love it. When can we sew all weekend again? See you are steaming ahead with the Tova's. Nice!

Susan said...

It does sound like a perfect get together. Good luck with report writing........the year will be over soon.

Nikki said...

'Twas lovely!

FlowerLady said...

It looks like you all had a great time doing something you love with friends.

Michelle said...

How wonderful! I'm so jealous of your ladies' crafting weekends!

rachelmp said...

It was so good. I love your baskets Annie ~ perfect

Muddling Through said...

What a treat to spend time with like minded friends doing what you love! That you accomplished so much is just icing on the cake.

Quiltedtime said...

I think your seasons are just opposite than ours here in California, USA. We just got out for a 5 day holiday today.

Glad you got some sewing in before writing reports. It does make things a little more bearable.

Love the bird fabric. So YOU.

gaby@727m2 - a garden diary said...

Needless to say I love the fabric baskets! Sewjourn looks like fun :)