And They Came Tumbling Down

I have had shelves about 20inches wide and 12 inches deep in my sewing room from the floor to the ceiling.  I have put books or fabric and things like this for years.  Sunday night I went to get some fabric off one of the shelves and the top shelf started to fall and all of a sudden I was in an avalanche of fabric.  Hubby had to spend most of Monday re building them for me.  Now I have them more organized.  We decided I need a room the size of my sewing room 14×14 feet just for my fabric and books.  Not going to happen, but I can dream.

We  are under an winter ice watch until 6pm tonight. It is raining and I can see signs of ice outside already and wind is blowing sounding really cold.  Yesterday started out in the 60’s.  Now freezing rain.  A great day for sewing.

I was working on a quilt for a lady in the nursing home who gave me just 3.5 inch squares and said it is going to be a King size and there were no directions so I did this pattern.IMG_20180212_083320373

After getting all the rows made and putting together my daughter took a picture and showed the lady’s mother and we found out it was to be a Nine Patch.  So seam ripper in hand I will get this done.  I have a full day planned.

What do you do when the weather doesn’t want to cooperate?

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We are a multi generation team. We create different things and a lot of times we have fun creating with 3 generations of people. That is how we came up with our name because as you will see we are "One Creative Family". Please feel free to join us :)

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