Sunday, June 10, 2018

Bit-by-bit...

Anyone who has been following my blog for a few 

years would know that this time of year 



is slow on the sewing- 

my day job takes precedence!



But I have been eking out an hour or two

to get this little baby quilt pieced, 


bit by bit!

I hope to be back soon with a finish!

In the meantime, how do make time for your hobby?

SUZ

ps Blogger is being difficult and I am not receiving notification of your comments, but if you have a profile, I will get back to you!

13 comments:

  1. Such a sweet babyquilt! With the new retirement rules here (we have to work until 65 and depending on the year you were born in we have to add up a number of months or years), I had to work till November last. However, I was self employed and had to close my design business a number of years ago already, due to a lack of orders. That’s why I had an early retirement and plenty of time to work on my hobby, but I would have preferred to still be able to work!

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  2. I really love the border on this!
    How do I make time for my hobby? Hire a house cleaner! If it were not for her, I would have no free time (or a house full of dust and threads on the floor)!

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  3. The work life balance is out of control at present ..... So no crafting time really ......

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  4. Sometimes the hobbies need to take a back seat. I’m sure you will have more time soon enough.

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  5. Unusual choices for a great baby quilt. I love it. I retired at age 67 and have sewn for a minimum of six hours per day every day except three, for surgeries. It is my sanity to play in my inspiration inventory.

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    1. Thanks for your kind comment! I am anticipating days and days of sewing when I retire!

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  6. I LOVE your fabric choices! Can you tell me the line of fabric the fox fabric is from? I love it! Beautiful quilt.

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  7. Sorry Paula, I cannot reply to you personally. I do not have a selvedge left of that fox fabric. Not even a google images search found it- SORRY!

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  8. I love the way you have used these gorgeous fabrics in your quilt top. And pleased you have managed to fit in some sewing time.
    I wish I could wave a magic wand and have someone else do the other work for you.

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  9. Gorgeous quilt, I love that little fox. I have to say I think blogger is being more than difficult at present,

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  10. Those little foxes are so cute! I retired early from nursing to look after my grandaughter while her mum went back nursing...and I ended up with time to sew too, win win :)

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  11. You continually amaze me with your slow, steady, stupendous progress on all your projects. I love this little quilt, and both the prints play so well together. You are an inspiration!!

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