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Tuesday, May 11, 2021

Temporary Set Up

 I am finally to a point where I can think of sewing and creating again!
My set up is temporary until the cabinets and such are built,
but I am making it work.
We creative types will do what we have to do to be able to create,
won't we?

Thankfully I use a table for my sewing machine
so that it's at the right height for me.
This table can go just about anywhere.

And look what I found!
Fabric for binding one of my quilts!

The binding is slowly getting stitched down to the back.
It feels so good to be doing this in my down time.

And look at what else I found!
One day I suddenly remembered where my rulers were
and found the 60 degree ruler!

This quilt is going to be for one of my brothers.
He loves all things mechanical and geometrical.
It will be a fun one to make.
The colors will be different from the pattern...
yellows, greens and grays with an aqua background.
Now if I can get rid of this thing for good,
I'd really be in business...

Too much painting and cleaning
and not nearly enough fun.
Happy Quilting!


Needled Mom said...

Oh yay! Your creativity has been missed. Let’s dump that wrist ornament and get back to sewing again!!!

Sara said...

I'm sure it feels wonderful to be able to create again. Once your cabinets are in the room will feel like heaven.

Hope that wrist heals quickly.

Libby in TN said...

I've missed you! Yes, we do whatever it takes to scratch that creative itch.

straythreads said...

Welcome back to the world of quilting! Hope the wrist heals quickly, no mor painting for you.

Vicki in MN said...

Oh I am so glad you are finding time to sew again! Sorry you are having wrist problems. My tennis elbow has returned so I know your frustration. You must be just chomping at the bit to get your sewing room set up!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

don't you hate wearing a wrist/hand brace they are so in the way it seems like you can do nothing when wearing them. I have two of those kinds of sewing machine tables but after we redid the room I didn't need them anymore but I still have them - one never knows when they might be needed.

Kim said...

I'm glad that you are set up, if only in a temporary state, to sew and create again. I thought those things that went AWOL during your move might turn up. Now to get that hand/wrist better.

Debbie said...

Glad you are back to quilting. You do so many great things. So temporary or not, it is progress. And yes, let's get that wrist/hand better so you can make even more projects.
So glad to see this!