I have to say though that it was amazing how it just set down on top of every door handle & chair & table or anything outside during the storm. It just piled it's 5 inches, then quit! Ah, Mother Nature . . . she cannot be outdone!
|Table Cozee II|
Back to quilting --- Here's the little red Table Cozee of Cumberland Fabrics just bound & finished. These are the little scallops shown at the recent retreat; I finally decided that I like the smaller doubled scallops on each side of this one. Use Darlene Zimmerman's Easy Scallop tool; it is easy indeed!
And I found a new notion while shop hopping -- you probably already know about it; it holds all your bobbins neatly on a little tower & you can add sections to it for more & more bobbins. The Stack 'n Store Bobbin Tower. I've seen these in shops for awhile now, probably years, but I finally bought one & I really like it. Takes up much less space next to my machine.
And while I'm talking about space, I have completely cleaned up & organized my working space just last week. You know, when you need to cut a backing for a new project & you can't find any open space on your table. You finally say, enough is enough, & clean off that table vowing you'll never let it get that bad again. Well, then you move to another space & begin organizing there & around the room you go.
Well, what a wonderful feeling to have open space once again!
I think I won!
Back to work!