6-word-Saturday

He’s back,  discombobulated  with dislocated thumb

Luckily there were many doctors present, who immediately replaced the offending digit.

Annette's table-topper - draft layout

I’ve started a new scrap quilt, continuing to use up the drawersful of fabric odds and ends.

My chaotic workroom

My space is limited by the room also being the spare bedroom.  But I really must tidy it sometime.   The problem is that when I tidy up I can never find anything!

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29 Responses to 6-word-Saturday

  1. the quilt looks wonderful – like Becky, I am all thumbs too but my little girl loves sewing, she made an adorable stuffed pillow for me for christmas.. this will be a nice project for her..

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  2. Love your work space…I would love a craft room to be able to spread out my projects and not have to put them away all the time.

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  3. Love how your scrappy quilt is evolving! Cheers- don’t worry too much about untidiness – beauty comes out of chaos!

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  4. Sue says:

    I’m with you on tidying up!

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  5. I understand the too small sewing room. It’s like trying to shove 40 pounds of stuff into a 2 pound bag. I like how you have your strips hanging. A lovely idea. I have no place to do a design wall even temporarily. Looking forward to seeing the quilt finished and glad Jock is not seriously hurt. The thumb is a huge deal for an man that sews. Best wishes to his healing. I get the grumpy part. 🙂

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  6. Mlissabeth says:

    I like the alliteration of your six words.

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  7. Love the quilt so far. Drink enough champagne and everything is better, till it’s not… 😉

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  8. Misky says:

    What a splendid workroom! >

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  9. restlessjo says:

    Just read how the thumb incident occurred! Poor Jock! But I do love that discombobulated word 🙂

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  10. Ron. says:

    Love the early-stage scrapper, V. Sorry to hear about J. No hitch-hiking until fully mended, eh?

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  11. I’m glad the thumb is back in place. Your quilt looks as though it is coming along well, and I know just what you mean about tidying up and not being able to find anything. I tidied some things away before Christmas and now I have no idea where they are!

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  12. tialys says:

    I bought two laundry type bags yesterday to keep my scraps in – instead, I should probably do what you are doing and put them to better use! If the fairies came in the night and cut them into manageable pieces for me I think I would 😉 Did I miss a post about Jock? What happened?

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  13. katechiconi says:

    Love the colours – I can see them better in this photo than on Skype yesterday, and it’s going to be gorgeous!

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  14. hope he can still stitch!!!
    I love these easy quilts and I know just what you mean about a tidy sewing room. now where did I put that…..

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  15. Becky B says:

    Loving how the quilt is coming along – I would love to do something as creative as this but I am all thumbs when it comes to sewing.

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