Thursday, July 31, 2014

Sleeping in the sewing room....

Tuesday night I was home alone.  Richard and Andrew were both at work and Hunter spent the night with my sister.  So I spent lots of time in my sewing room.  It got rather late so I thought I would rest a few minutes and then get back to sewing.  That didn't happen...I slept all night on the sofa in my sewing room.  :)
 I worked a little more on my Sweet Annie quilt.  I also spent lots of time just piddling around.  Loved every minute of it although I did miss my family. 
 I'm back up here today starting to sew more on my Sweet Annie quilt.  I have over half of it pieced. 
 I had last night's quilt cam on while I was sewing.  I got a lot done this morning.  I'm very pleased.  Now I need to go downstairs and clean so that Richard doesn't think that I just sewed all day.  :)  He is helping a friend do some work today. 
 Let me tell you a good one on Andrew!!!  I don't think I have ever laughed so hard.  The other evening he had a headache and asked where the ibuprofen was.  I told him and he got out 4 pills and swallowed them.  Then he said, "OH NO!"  See these two bottles.....which one do you think he took?  LOL!  Not the right one!  :)  Hehehehe!  Let's just say he was awake early the next morning!  :)
 Thanks for those interested in the fabric that I have for sale.  I still have about 7 yards left, if anyone is interested.  $6.50 per yard!!!!  It is from the line, Strawberries, Blueberries, and Chocolate by Judie Rothermel for Marcus Brothers. 
 I'm off....I need to do some house cleaning and then spend some "special time" with Hunter as he starts school on MONDAY!!!  :(


Janet O. said...

How nice to have a place to sleep in your sewing room!
Sweet Annie (and she really is), is coming along beautifully, Kristie.
Oh, poor Andrew!
I can't believe how early Hunter starts school.

ruthsplace said...

Your quilt is looking stunning. It's the perfect pattern to showcase those lovely fabrics.

It's kind of odd for me to read about Hunter starting school next week. We are well into the third term of the school year here. School starts for us at the end of January and finishes mid December.

traditional_quilter said...

I love your sweet Annie quilt! I am working on a nine patch quilt right now too. Glad you had a nice sew day. Enjoy your weekend with Hunter before school starts, they grow up way too fast.

Lisa said...

Love your blog.
Why is there a board under your machine?
And what is a quilt cam???
Thanks, Lisa from OK