Sunday, July 29, 2012

It's been a very long time!

Hi Everyone!!! It's been almost a year since I've been here.   It's been a very stressful and tiring time, but also with some good news.  Two new grandsons!!! We have moved (downsized) I haven't done any sewing in 6 months.  We were supposed to move in January, but didn't happen til May.  I still haven't been able to set up a sewing area.  Soon I hope. I sure do miss my sewing The garage is so full that it will probably take us forever to go through everything. My head is full of sewing projects, I am so ready to get started again. I will have alot of catching to do with what everyone has been upto.  Hope this finds all of you well and creative as ever.  Connie204

8 comments:

  1. Welcome back. And congratulations on the new additions! If you're ready to sew again, go for it! Setting up a temporary spot isn't ideal, but I've been there and, from what I read and hear, a lot of others do it too. I hope you'll be back soon to share new or old projects you've been working on. And the mess in the garage? It can wait another day while you sew! :)

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  2. Connie great to hear from you!!! Congrats on the new additions to the family. I agree with Katie, a dedicated sewing space is best, but just set up anywhere so you can get sewing.

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  3. I've been wondering where you were hiding! Hope you stay in touch more often; I've missed you! ---"Love"

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  4. Thanks for welcoming me back. I asked my hubby if he can give me some time this weekend so I can get started figuring out how to set up my sewing area. I'm getting really impatient, need to make some things for the new place, including a duvet cover for my bed. Glad to be back amongst all of you guys. Connie204

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  5. Welcome back, so happy to see you!

    Life sure has a nasty habit of getting in the way of our sewing/quilting time, doesn't it!

    -Alice

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