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Thursday, April 29, 2010

Woohoo...My new Sewing table, the SewEzy, arrived today.
It makes a great difference, as my sewing area is all level.
Took me a while to get it together, however all is well now.
I did a quick play and made a quilted feather...and there are some of my' doodles' that I practise each time I sit for a while and am waiting in the car .
Sadly  I have flattened the battery in the car twice now.
I now take a notebook and pencil with me wherever I go... and try to sit near a light.
Its a great help.
Wont be sewing much now we are off to a drama performance at Andrea's school soon...and I become the driver once more :)
Hope you all have a great day


Wendy said...

I'll be working on my setup sometime this summer, I think. I hate being all cramped like I am.

I'm going to be quilting Dandelion leaves soon, so I have to start practicing them. I like your ferns.

Crispy said...

Oooo a lovely sewing area!! I'm sure that it was greatly appreciated that you flatened the battery LOL.


quiltcontemplation blogspot said...

Congrats on your new table! I have one and find it very useful. I bought an insert so I can use it with two of my machines. and it is nice that it cab be stores and that you can use it anywhere. (maybe not the car)

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

I have the table too and find it so nice to have. I have two inserts and love that I can change the machines out.

A Gardner's Cottage said...

Hi Joan,

My name is Nancy. I found this lovely place through my friend Sandra, at cumberlandquiltchick.
I have spent a few minutes looking through some of your post and I just have to tell you that your quilts are amazing! Thanks for sharing (even the mistakes). We can all learn from one another. I am just learning how to quilt and can tell you I AM HOOKED. Thanks again and I will be back for another visit. Enjoy your week end!

Joanne said...

The table looks great! Should really make a difference.
Your samples are fantastic! ♥

Nima said...

oh...i'm so happy for you...table looks nice lots of space....

Anonymous said...

Doodling is the best practice for free-motion quilting!