Monday, December 2, 2013

December Finish and WIP

Hello campers!
 
It's December!  I totally blew November off for posting.  We finished off October with soccer.  The Sr. High team took Third Place in the Gold Division for Nationals.  This was Chris's last year on the team and a mild concussion during the third game kept him from finishing out the tournament.
 
Here he is with their trophy, and thankfully, he's all over the symptoms of his concussion now!
 
November was a crazy month!  Homeschooling is one of the best things we've ever done, but it's time consuming!  We hosted Thanksgiving for hubsmuffin's side of the family and my Mom and Dad joined us this year.
 
Here we are relaxing after the turkey and ham were eaten, dishes washed, chairs put away and company gone home.
Ahhhhh!
 
Thanks to the hubsmeister, I got to have some sewing time over the weekend. 
 
Another sweet repurposing of a vintage hankie into a basket to hold goodies around the house.
Flower Sugar, Ruby, scraps and leftover linen from the Linens Quilt.
 
Which is still in progress, just put up to work on after the New Year.  This was because my sewing area is in the living room and needed to be organized and cleaned before our Thanksgiving company came.
 
Having time to cruise Pinterest is dangerous!
 
 
Out came the scraps!
 
 
Some fun blocks using the colorway as inspiration.
 
Can't wait to get back into the swing of things and peeking at what all the other bloggers out there are working on!
 
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11 comments:

  1. Good to hear that things are still good at your house. Loving those hankie baskets. I love how girly your living area looks, in a house full of guys ! You've definitely given things the girly touch. Happy Holidays, just incase you disappear again !

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  2. Great to have you back and at 'em Dee!

    Your living room looks so comfy:) How do you make those hankie baskets btw? So pretty and the linen quilt is very lovely too. I was looking at things to make with hankies last night on Flickr too...what do you know;)

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  3. Glad your holiday was good! Love your newest basket and blocks. Your things are always inspiring!

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  4. I'm homeschooling too, which is VERY time consuming, but it is worth it. Glad to see you've found a little time to sew.

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  5. Love your scrappy blocks! I homeschooled for 14 years. All my chickies are grown up now. I can reassure you that these busy days will pass - the days are long, but the years are short.

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  6. Lovely as always! I have scrap envy. lol

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  7. Such a glorious room in which to relax!! You couldn't be anything but filled with happiness and thankfulness to sit awhile in your room...'tis so pretty and inviting!! Oh my, your quilt is transforming into a beauty. I could look at your fabrics for hours!! Love, love, love your goodies' basket!!

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  8. Those scrappy blocks are so pretty.

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  9. Love the fabric basket. Great idea to use vintage hankies.
    -Julie

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  10. Love the vintage embroidery in your scrappy!

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  11. Love all your pretty lovelies, the hanky baskets the blocks are so adorable. I love the yellow quilt on your chair. So pretty!

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