Saturday, February 16, 2013

A LOVELY SATURDAY...

I'm having a such a lovely Saturday...just having fun in my hooking/sewing room. With hubby retired...I rarely get anytime alone anymore...love him home...but I also love some alone time. My room has not been occupied in quite some time..so I'm having fun poking around. Here are a few pictures...Have a wonderful day!
Watching Jane Austen's "Emma".

11 comments:

  1. Keep stitching and order carry out! lol! Love that sign! I like the way you have your dmc stored too... is that from a hobby store? or a home depot type place?

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  2. So glad you are enjoying your Saturday. That Melissa is a bad influence!!! She took me to the Ault's and MADE me buy wool. BAD MELISSA!!!
    Hugs :)
    Lauren

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  3. Hi Sharon...thank you for your commment...those bins are from Walmart. I am sure they were not meant for embroidery floss..lol! They are in the hardware section (by the nails and screws) and sell for $10 each. I have two of them and could really use one more. Very light weight.

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    1. Thanks so much, Bobbie! I'll check in Walmart this am on my way in to work!

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  4. Hey Lauren....bad, bad Melissa!!! I'm sure she really had to twist your arm!! I am still in need of reversible black..I am hoping I will have enough to finish my rug. Have a great day!!

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  5. Afternoon, nice to just relax and stitch or hook......Your room is so cozy and clean, Blessings Francine.

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  6. I'm with Sharon...love the Keep Stitching notice and the floss organization...been playing in my sewing room today too...listening to an audio book and puttering around...a very relaxing day...

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  7. Have fun in there! I can't imagine better company than Emma - I just love her. Well, now I guess if Mr. Darcy happened along, I might have to turn my attention to him. LOL. ~Ann

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  8. Such a lovely, inviting, and VERY tidy studio! Love your new header...beautiful. Wishing you a cozy, creative weekend Bobbie.
    Warmly,
    Judy x

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  9. I understand completely how you feel. My husband is disabled and the kids are homeschooled. I suffer from 'never-alone-itis' myself. So much so that I have the hardest time getting work for my shop done. I love your studio and your view. Here in SE Texas we rarely see snow like that.

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