Friday, 27 March 2015

Sewing Into The Weekend

This is how my family sees me most evenings at the moment; hunched in the corner with my 'daylight' lamp, sewing the night away. As you can see, I have set up a little sewing bar stool 'station' of my essentials.

The nights are getting cooler and usually at this time of year, I think about my yearly winter knitting or crochet project. This year I won't be making anything up with wonderfully warm wool as I am having one of my busiest years yet - volunteering, teaching and a revival in stencil workshops has seen me so busy that I simply don't even have my evenings free anymore to think about crochet.

Luckily, I have a sidebar full of bloggers who are knitting or hooking away and I am living my yearly project ideas through their talent and creativity. Sometimes when I am sewing away here in the evenings, I think about how far I've come, internet wise. I would never have believed 20 years ago that I would have quilting friends throughout the world and be part of an online blogging quilting group either. Its really wonderful to see how small our creative worlds are and how easily connected they are these days. What a great time to be creative in...


  1. Have a great week-end Esther, sewing such a wonderful quilt!

  2. Ah, the internet - a bane and a boon. I love it for all the quilters I have met and being able to admire and be inspired by their creativity, but I've also found it can be a great time waster, too. Your LE is so beautiful. WIsh I was taking the class so I could see it in person. But I'd have to win the lottery to get there. Thanks for sharing, Esther.

  3. yes indeed it is a great time - I too am so thankful to have friends around the world - all via the internet and all forms of creativity :)

  4. I agree with you that online quilting friends are a great inspiration. You are one of my gifts!


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