Thursday, January 23, 2014

Sewing in the Sun

The sun made a brief appearance today, so I just had to sit in it's rays and sew for a bit. I didn't seem to accomplish much sewing but it sure felt good to soak up a little vitamin D. 











I enjoyed stitching time with my featherweight.
It was around minus 18 degrees outside this afternoon, so it's best to stay indoors and sew!

15 comments:

  1. Your little log cabin block is so sweet. I love the blue and yellow together - a very happy combination!

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  2. I love your feather weight! I like the white ones better then the black ones!

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  3. Such a pretty block. So bright and cheerful to go with that sunny weather. Glad you got some vitamin D time.

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  4. Lucky you, you have sun! It has been very cold here but this week was a busy one. Two guild meetings and a knitting afternoon with friends, now today is catch up on time away from the sewing machine!
    Your little log cabins are cute...I know you they are probably very small!!!

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  5. Pretty log cabins! That's too cold to think about. Meanwhile, in California...

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  6. I have one of those machines. Love it.

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  7. It's COLD here (-15 wind chill when I got up this morning), but the sun is shining. As soon as I'm done reading blogs, I'm going to go sit in my recliner and quilt ... I won't get any direct sunshine on me, but hopefully the sun shining in will help warm up the room.

    I just LOVE, LOVE, LOVE that adorable little log cabin block! How are you going to set it?

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  8. Beautiful color gradation in your log cabin block!
    So you have a blue "White" machine. Do you call this white machine "Blue"?
    Sorry, couldn't resist. : )
    I'm off to my Mom's to sew this afternoon and I am taking my featherweight, Nellie, along. They are very fun for a sew-in, aren't they?

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  9. Glad you have this sweet machine to sew your little blocks on. Using up your scraps! I am thinking the Scraps MULTIPLY overnight! Still trying to corral all of mine!

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  11. It looks so warm and sunny in your photo, hard to believe how could it really is. Stay warm!

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  12. Cute log cabin block. I can't image how is life under -18º. Keep warm. hugs

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  13. What a pretty little machine. It's cold here, but not that cold. Stay warm, dear.

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  14. there is nothing better to me than feeing the warmth of the sun on me, how I hate to be cold, here it is at freezing point so think i might treat myself to a little bit of heating, will have a bath first to thaw myself!

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  15. I thought it was cold here! Stay warm. Love the colors in the log cabin block behind your machine. Looking forward to seeing what project that's going into.

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