Time in my work room at last


It is quite some time since I spent time in the room where I do sewing etc. and it was good to get in there the other day.  I was inspired after reading a blog where the writer had decided to get to unfinished projects and try to complete them before starting something new.  I thought, yes I can relate to that.  I have a few things on the go and I need to get some of them finished and out of the way.

I decided to start with some of my framing projects.

I looked back through my posts and discovered that it was August 2017 when I started these projects, cutting the mats and backing core foam.  That is certainly procrastination on a grand scale.

I spent some time cutting the moulding for the frames and now I need to get the moulding joined before glass cutting for two of the pictures and then assembling the pictures.

I find I get easily distracted and spent some time doing a little bit more on the crocheted floor rug I started many moons ago. It is quite sore on the fingers when working the denim so I can only do a little bit at a time.

It is an on-going project so I can leave that and go back to it at any time.  I started this after I had upholstered a chair in old jeans and I had scraps left over.

denim chair

4 Comments Add yours

  1. Love your re upholstered chair. I like to have projects on the go which are ongoing.

    1. suth2 says:

      My trouble is that I forget what projects I have on the go. I discover them put away somewhere.

  2. nanacathy2 says:

    It’s all too easy to start the next project and neglect the current till it becomes a UFO. The chair is amazing, do you use the pockets? Super impressed you can make frames.

    1. suth2 says:

      The chair is my daughter’s partner’s chair, one he really loved and it desperately needed recovering. He does use the pockets for various bits. One is used to store the remote control.
      I did a framing course many years ago and it was one of the best things I have learnt to do.

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