Cleaning up and hemming napkins

I know, I know, it’s not very exciting, but sometimes that’s the way it is. I am involved in helping put on a “green” dinner, so we are using only renewable products, including cloth tablecloths and napkins. custodia iphone 7 animali I am hemming close to 60 napkins that have first been serged around the edges. It is a beautiful jaquard fabric that I’ve had for years. custodia iphone 6 batman It’s time to move it out and make it work. The napkins will be lovely, but I’m going to have to rinse, starch and iron them all so they look really professional. It’s hard for me to stay on task with this project, so I break it up into 15 minute segments. I did one session yesterday and 1 1/2 today. I’ll have them done . . custodia iphone x rosa . in time for the dinner on September 24. The other part of my day was spent organizing and putting away my things left from projects. I went through each one of these drawers (72!!) And organized them. THAT is a big job. custodia in pu sottile per iphone 8 plus If I could only keep one organizer in my studio, this would be my choice. I have thread, zippers, rick rack, scissors, rotary cutters, blades, paint, glue, stencils, pencils, pens, stuffing tools, embroidery thread, rug hooking, basket making tools, tape, bags and on and on and on. A place for everything and everything in its place. Now I’m going to go put my feet up.

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2 Responses to Cleaning up and hemming napkins

  1. Gayle says:

    I’ll say you earned a break! I’m addicted to little drawers and cubbies, and you have the queen bee of all possibilities. A library card catalog like yours has been on my wish list for YEARS! Love it!

  2. Dee says:

    The napkins are going to be beautiful. Shirt quilt update…binding complete, now I’m sewing the buttons on each pinwheel. Did you get the t-shirt quilt in the mail?

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