Tuesday, 18 May 2010

getting there



Today....

  • picked ginger up from nursery at lunchtime
  • went round to grannie's
  • ginger played
  • mummy sewed
  • daddy sat in his studio and recorded music
  • the spiderweb is about 1/4 of the way quilted
I think we'll do the same tomorrow. Having no computer to distract me is marvellous for keeping me on the right track.

11 comments:

Nanette Merrill and daughters said...

Seeing those fabulous fabrics in your lovely spider webs out in the country side made me smile so big! And I could use a big smile today. Thank you.

KristenMary said...

ooooh, sewing outside looks like a great idea!!

Georgia said...

Keep going, keep going! How lovely to sew outside! :-)

trash said...

Would it be all right if you sent some of that obviously lovely weather Oop North to greet me in the South West over the next few days?

Beth said...

OOOHHHH....I may have to set up outside!

Marit said...

Love your setup! Hope the german lady is behaving, there. Sewing outside, I wish...

That Girl said...

Are you seriously sewing outside?? That looks amazing! I may just leave your blog up the rest of the day so while I'm at work I can at least pretend that I'm doing something wonderful like you!

Jennifer :)

sewkatiedid said...

That sounds like a great day to repeat!

Florence said...

Gosh, that day sounds so like one of ours...but we call Mr Teacake's studio his 'cell' as it has no windows - this was meant to make it completely soundproof and wonderful...but actually it just makes it feel like a prison.

And I've never dared to sew outside in case our neighbours complain...so actually, it sounds like one of our days, but so much better, what with the windows and fresh air and everything. x
x

Paloma said...

You're producing quilts at an amazing pace! every week is something beautiful and new around here. Must be the music muse leaving inspiration for two (now I get it, he's a musician, right?)I guess I will have to import a grandma to take care of these demanding girls, maybe (only maybe) that way I'll be able to be more productive. Great job lady!!

amandajean said...

have fun quilting that spiderweb! i have one that i'm scared to death to start quilting...so i haven't yet. your lines look lovely!

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