Thursday, October 27, 2016

Sewing room.

Hello Everyone
Hope everyone is happy and well.
My sewing room of late had became a dumping spot of all things  as I hadn't been able to spare the time in there enjoying  my quilting till now.
 Our life is now showing signs of coming back to our normal routines and I need room to sew. So decided to have a clean out. I put a new unit in the room to have a proper place for my things .To tidy and organise everything so I can be more efficient and organised with my quilting time. I guess some of my placements will get moved as I use them to more efficient places.

I had a helper my grandson Korbyn  who loves being in the sewing room ever since he was little making projects and little mats with the scraps and glue.
It is nearly finished only my computer and printer desk need some attention to do some filing etc.

At least I have started and will later fold all my fabric to the same sizing. Fabric scraps I tossed that were too small pieces. I will never use them so why keep them.

My wool stash .I get so tempted to add to it, but must use some first. I am being strong with this.

Hubby put a shelf under my machine and cutting table that holds fabric sorted for projects  eg  baby quilts  and finished toppers waiting to be quilted also some ufo's. It is good space under there as I only have a small room 10' 6" x 10' 6" .It has a lovely big window with shutters and lets the sun in.
Because it is small I can easy create a mess!!

I would love some matching baskets  for storage but will look into it at a  later date.

My table is  big with plenty of room behind my machine .
If I have to cut  a large quilt I have a great bench in the kitchen that will hold it.
Thank you for calling in .
Happy quilting .
Jen xx

Tuesday, October 18, 2016

Hello Everyone.

I am so happy to finally after 6 months to be back to my blog and be able to chat to my blogging friends again. My husbands coming home from hospital was short lived before he was back to hospital again in March .
In the blink of an eye everything can change. This happened to us 6 months ago!!
Seeing the courage of my dear husband Ray to not give up and leave me in the last 5 months of his fight for life in Hospital .
Seeing his courage on a daily basis gave me strength, faith, hope and love to believe in, during this time. Everyday for 5 months I watched how he tried knowing he could lose coming through rare complications of his 2 open heart surgeries in a matter of weeks. 5 months is a long time in the Intensive Care.
He has now been home for 6 weeks and is on the way to being well again and happier days ahead for us. He still needs some help with the daily routine but we are looking forward to Christmas and the summer months and travelling Australia in our caravan again.

No sewing for me in all this time and finally I went back to my weekly sewing class group  last Tuesday.  Happily seeing and hearing all the news and projects that had been happening while I was away. I certainly have some catching up on here also.

Some of the quilts the ladies have been making.

  Lovely work.

My granddaughter Shaylah  in front of the dragonfly quilt she loved.

 Thinking about Christmas.

Love the colour on this quilt ,so pretty.


We are enjoying some lovely Spring weather.

Hope you will call in again  to say hello,
Happy quilting
Jen xx