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Ahhhhh, Summer in Nova Scotia - June 24th Edition

Strolling past my house this evening . . . . .

Happy Quilting!

Maggie

Another Efficiency Tip

This Tip is just silly enough to come in handy.  Ever get to the fabric/yarn/wool store, need a measurement, and not see a tape measure anywhere - or a salesperson to borrow one from?  No worries - you carry standard measurements with you, and if you know them, they can come in handy (and I don't mean the 36-24-36 type of measurement). 

Morning

Not all those who wander are lost.

J.R.R.Tolkien                                  

Later!

Maggie

Almost Back on the Job!

One week ago today I moved into my new(ish) little house.  But let me back up a bit and tell you about the perils of moving.  I opted to have the movers do the packing this time - something I'd have to think long and hard about doing again.  Yes, they got everything packed in one day, but the list of things they wouldn't even touch is quite staggering.  I know there are certain things deemed to be "hazardous goods", which they legally cannot move, and I was pretty much up to speed (so I thought) on exactly what that involved.  But, seriously p

Time is Getting Short

Happy Monday Morning!  Time before my move is getting short - just over a week now.  The chaos is increasing, the sorting is happening, and my body is reminding me  that even though I may think I'm a teenager, in truth I have been on this planet a while, and moving is hard work.  My Ebay listings are all finished until my new studio is up and running.  And my fabrics are all packed away. 

So here's my Excuse

Happiness is . . . . a Big Ol' Pile of Fabrics!

Happiness is a big, ol', giant mess:

It's sort of snowing/sort of raining today, so this is how I'm spending the day.

-Maggie

Time Saving Tips #2 - Let the Scraps Fall Where They May

Time Saving Tip #2 - let those scraps just hit the floor in glorious messiness, because it takes much less time to sweep the floor once at the end of the day, than to try to hit the garbage bin with every scrap. (And then sweep to pick up the ones that were missed.)   And it feels soooo freeing - like breaking every rule your mother ever told you when you were 10.

Have a Good One!

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