Friday, October 27, 2017

Feline Friday


This little helper loves to scatter blocks, so I covered my layout of Sapphire Stars while trying to sew them together.  She doesn't look happy about this at all.


The other help arrived!  I thought the blocks would be 'safe' on the ironing board to wait for pressing.  Well, I guess this is Moe's version of pressing blocks.

I hope to get this done today - completely done - flimsy done.  I need to go out and pick up some staples.  Saturday I have a class hosted by my guild - will share that.  Our County Emergency Services have sent out warnings of a very bad storm coming into our area Sunday and Monday.  Very heavy rains, gale force winds, and snow!!!  We could very well be off the grid for a while - hand work is set up.

Stay safe and keep stitching,
Sewingly Yours,
Sharon 

10 comments:

  1. Stay safe in that storm! We will have our last warm day today, perfect for getting some bulbs in the ground, then it is going to rain and get cold over the weekend.

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  2. I would stock up on good coffee, fabric and threads. Stay warm, and I love the feline helpers. They know a very good place to park up.

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  3. Those two sure have a way with fabric! Just caught the news and see the weather is taking a turn for colder. Rain coming our way. don't forget some coffee!

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  4. Good luck with your class...and stay safe!

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  5. Yes. Cats make great pressers! Yikes! We are due for some heavy rain this weekend but must be as it moves ur way it's going to get worse and colder. No snow in our short twrm forecast. Enjoy ur class but drive safe!

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  6. Stay safe in that storm, that is a scary weather forecast! Good to see your helpers are pulling their weight!!

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  7. stay safe my friend......scary snow and wind so soon......glad to see the cats are helping you get prepared

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  8. Looking forward to seeing your mystery top!
    Hope the snow doesn't get too deep too fast!

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  9. Hope the storm wasn't too bad.

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  10. Hope you aren't one of those without power now.

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