Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Scrappy Wednesday


While Mom was in the hospital, we did some clearing out and winterization.  I had to pull some things out of the way to get windows and doors covered.  One item was the tote of Christmas scraps.  I don't particularly like to work with these, but something made me play.


Excuse the dark photos as I have to adjust to the darken rooms with all the covered natural light now.  I had someone who decided to help with this project.  He didn't mind me digging around him as I think it just 'feathered' his nest more.


This is what caught my eye.  Some very vintage kitty panels that were 'gifted' somewhere along the way.


Do some of you have this stashed away in the back of the closet?


They are just too precious to stay hidden.  My Christmas scraps have passed my normal 'use it up in two years' rule so I have to do some serious work on it.

Our next guild meeting is Indoor Garage Sale/Swap, so I will take this opportunity to go thru everything and do a clear out.  Some of that Christmas fabric is definitely getting added to that cause.

Mom is home, so this project is put aside (for a little while).  I had two small quilting commissions come in to they will get finished before the weekend.  Then I tackle all those shelves and totes for the guild swap.

Thank You all for the well wishes - they were passed on.
Sewingly Yours,
Sharon

10 comments:

  1. Oh i just love those little kitty panels--i had made a Cucumber Kitty quilt for my granddaughter when she went into her big girl bed...but these are really cute, too. Hope your Mom feels better soon...hugs, Julierose

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  2. My favorite thing to do with Christmas fabrics is "forever gift bags". I make drawstring bags of various sizes. Some are fancy, some are plain. We use them year after year.

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  3. Lovely kitties, and so glad your Mum is home. Take care yourself, as each day unfolds. We have rain, it is cold,it is springtime, and I am sewing curtains and tag gunning the linings!!!

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  4. Best wishes to you and your Mum, Sharon. It is such a difficult time when our parents become frail.

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  5. Glad to hear your mom is home. Those kitty panels are precious. I’ve never seen them before. Hope you have some time to play with your sewing today.

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  6. Glad your Mom is okay and home. Your energy is still amazing.

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  7. Glad Mom is home. Your Christmas quilt play is so adorable. Wish I had those cute cat blocks. Very adorable

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  8. Good to hear your Mum is home. Like what you have done with the Christmas scraps.

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  9. Glad you Mom is back home. It's definitely the time of year for clean up and clean out. Good luck with your efforts.

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  10. Hope your Mom is doing okay and continuing to heal. Falls are scary!
    Take good care of your caretaking self!

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