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6 Mar 2013

WOYWW - good question

On my desk is usually a small mess - not a big one (missing space)
today I am again restricted to the dining table because
DH is renovating a house in France
Those who are reading my blog know already
I took with me small stitching projects and here is a new ornament
When a meal is approaching, haha, made by me, I take everything as it is
to another place in the room.
I am a typical hobby stitcher - nothing serious!

(Dear Mary Corbet will clasp her hands over her head -
she lately published a wonderful post about order with threads
here but -  hélas - my life is different)
 



see the dining table



and the newest ornament in grey silk with yellow and light blue stitches

I am working at it

17 comments:

  1. Happy WOYWW. Lovely stitching. Well done for working with beads. I really struggle to handle them. Ali x #22, with candy

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  2. I do like the look of your new ornament.

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  3. Great project in progress, such delicate beading its Gorgeous x
    Happy WOYWW Heather #59

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  4. To me, the joy is in the doing, so anything that makes doing possible is good. We all have different ways.

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  5. You have got a lovely project taking shape on your dinning table looks lovely

    Have a great WOYWW thank you for sharing your workspace today
    Ria #39

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  6. You can use the tray trick: either place your embroidery project on a tray that is easy to remove from the table, OR serve TV-dinners, on trays to balance on your knees in front of the TV.

    Beautiful work, and well done, for carrying on with your project while away from home.

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  7. Your ornament is so pretty. How nice that your work is portable. Just a little space will do. :-)

    Happy Woyww,

    Sandy #122

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  8. This looks very organized, not a mess. My workspace looks much worse!

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  9. Just goes to prove you can craft anywhere, love the new ornament, I like the colour changes and the beads.

    Hugs
    Brenda 104

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  10. the text is here Anneliese, but the photo did not come through.

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  11. Wow how lovely, a 'to go' box for crafting anywhere, great idea and a lovely ornament. I expect that like mine, your husband is used to eating amongst boxes of threads, paper and such!

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  12. I don't think one can be very crative with too much order around :-))

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  13. you are making good use of your time in France whilst DH is busy renovating Anneliese, another pretty ornament.

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  14. What gorgeous threads. Thanks for sharing and Happy Woyww. Liz at 147 x

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  15. Your desk is very colorful. April #145

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