Friday, October 8, 2010

Wondering and Wandering

Been doing a lot of thinking lately....about lots of things....that's where the wondering comes in.
Have you ever noticed that button at the top of the blog screen that says "Next Blog >>"...?
Have you ever clicked on it?
I did.  What determines what the 'next blog' is?  They're definitely not in alphabetical order....hmmmm...I wonder....
Been doing plenty of sewing in preparation for craft shows.
We have one tomorrow in our hometown of Kershaw.  It's called the Hog Jam.
I have lots of scraps of fleece and thought maybe I could put together a few dog toys and sell them for a buck apiece.

Who knows if they'll sell, but at least I can reassure myself that I tried to use my scraps for gain!  That's right...if I sell them all, I'll be $13 richer.
We've got another craft show next Saturday up in North Carolina and then the day after we'll be taking a road trip up to Virginia to stay with my brother and his family for a week while we install hardwood flooring in their house.  We're really looking forward to it.  My niece has expressed interest in sewing so I've been asked to consider a small sewing project for her to work on together when I get up there.  Perhaps we'll work on a simple pillow and maybe graduate to pajama pants.
We are definitely enjoying the onset of Fall here in the South, but are expecting some Indian Summer this weekend.  I didn't know what Indian Summer really was until my mother explained it to me just the other about feeling like a dummy.


Quilting in My Pyjamas said...

I'm off to google Indian Summer because I'm a dunce too. (That expression isnt common in Australia )

I've been wondering where you were . Now I know- you've been crafting your behind off.

Good luck with your craft shows. I hope you sell a motza!

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Hope the craft shows go well.

Homemade Quilts by Granny said...

You should have shared with us what your mother said Indian summer was....It may be differ then I think it to be.....I do hope your sales do well and all your hard work pays off. Trish

Mariliz's Musings said...

The dogs are cute...I'm sure they will sell.

Seams Inspired said...

Hey Jenn! Just checking in with you. It's been a long time since you posted. Hope all is good and you're just busy, busy. :o)

Stephanie said...

Love the colors in your quilt--especially the polka dot binding. Great dog toys. Abby LOVE all chewy things. She has a fleece one she loves and I've been looking it over to see how to make it. Best of luck with sales.

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