05 July 2012

. . . piles . . .

. . . a serious case . . .
. . . but after 
taking a break from sewing 
for a couple of weeks . . .
. . . it's time to get back 
on the horse . . .
. . . so many projects 
i want to tackle . . .
. . . so many pretty fabrics . . .


. . . and ribbons . . .
. . . and trims . . . 


. . . and let's be honest . . .
. . . so many cupboards 
in which to store this stuff . . .
. . . yet no space in any of them . . . 


. . . i really should clean up my act . . .
. . . if for no other reason 
than just so i don't have 
to make a disclaimer 
{"don't you dare tell anyone you came in here!"}
every time someone 
comes to pick up oops! . . . 

{peg tells the story of a husband ~ not hers ~ 
warning a friend not to open the door 
to his wife's sewing room 
because "i bet she's probably got 
about a hunnerd dollars worth of fabric in there!"}

. . . hahahahahahahahaha . . .

{dear peg: could you please clarify/verify 
the details of that story?}


4 comments:

Nedra said...

Cute sewing room Steph!
And I've heard that story make the go around in many places. Bob has told it in his joke section of the Superior Threads web site.

lifeinredshoes said...

A hundred dollars, if they only knew.......;)

trish said...

Hahaha. :0)
Too fun!

Vickie said...

I can't wait to see what the finished products will look like!