A diary of all my mad projects.
I am glad that you stopped by - welcome to my world. Its a little mad and hectic as I sew, knit, embroider and generally craft my way through life. My newest resolution is to spend more time sewing - less time dreaming about it. I love to read comments so I am looking forward to hearing from you all.
Monday, June 29, 2015
The wonderful Sandra and Mel from the Wellington Sewing Network have organised a Sewing Meetup and wonders of wonders it is just around the corner from where I live! Already registered and saved on the calendar I now have to decide what I want to sew and get it all ready!
With a pattern and fabric swap optional I think I will raid the stash and take some goodies along - which will help reduce if we have to move!
Looking forward to a weekend of sewing fun!
Monday, June 8, 2015
|Winter's Frost in the Waikato|
Blogging has become very difficult to fit into my life at present; along with sewing, sleeping and gardening. Personal circumstances which I have mentioned previously i.e. job loss, have not improved. Luckily I was able to obtain a job working in the weekends which meant that I could continue to be available for Relief Teaching during the week.
Unfortunately the weekend job has now been been redundant as the company re- centralises its operation and moves back to Auckland. It was a fun job working as a QC Supervisor for My Food Bag. Great people to work with and the left overs were distributed to the staff so that helped the budget! I am now back in the hunt for a job, along with the man in the house who still has not been able to secure work.
All this makes thinking of spending any time in the sewing room a daunting proposition. Thank goodness for Bernina Club which has become my one extravagance each month. Many times I have thought to just pack the machines away but the few hours I have managed to spend at the machine over the last few months have been very revitalising.
As always there is a silver lining in all this disaster and I now weigh considerably less due to a combination of better portion control, more vegetables and less carbohydrate and sheer stress. I really need to organise myself to the 20 minute a day sewing plan to get a new wardrobe that fits the new figure. It is hard to know what to plan as depending on the job sucess will dictate the wardrobe required.
I need to send a shout out to all the wonderful sewing bloggers out there who have kept me sane. I have spent some of my precious time reading all the wonderful posts and dreaming of a time in the future when I will be able to have more time to think of sewing and sewing.