Sunday Sevens #2 (#33 on T&B)

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Hi ya! Sewing was slow.  I  am proud that I did find time to finish True Bias' Hudson pants. Here are seven snapshots from this past week.

1.   Apparently this is a fish: crappie (pronounced "Car - pee").  When I saw this I scratched my head and thought who advertises bad plastics!?  It resulted in a good chuckle.
2.   I found a genetically modified Swedish fish.  I ate it.  And I liked it.
3.   Morning with Mom at my little guy's school.  That means coffee, donuts, and a selfie all before the school day began!
4.  We had severe weather all week long.  Lots of rain, clouds, and storms including when we crossed the Mississippi river.
5.  Hotel for baseball team had a swimming pool.  After a long day in the sun, a margarita tasted delicious.
6.  Baseball all of the weekend.
7.  Dinner date.

I absolutely cannot believe that we are going into the last week in April.  School is almost finished and summer vaca around the corner!  I need to figure out something to sew this week...any suggestions?

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5 Responses to “Sunday Sevens #2 (#33 on T&B)”

  1. Looks like a wonderful week:) That Crappie sign made me giggle!
    Sadly, I have no specific suggestions on what to sew, but I am sure you'll come up with something fabulous. I am currently trying my hand at bias cut slip sewing. It has been a b*tch, so if you enjoy a challenge (like me), you could try that!

    1. I thinkI I will wait until after the semester is over to tackle bias cut slip sewing. It sounds intriguing...

  2. looks like you had a fun week! No suggestions on what to sew but I've been experimenting with fully lining different dresses which seems to take forever however the results are great! (although in warmer climes maybe thats not such a great idea...)

    1. I love fully lining dresses. First time was a disaster but the more you do it, the easier it becomes.

  3. Your son is gorgeous (wait until teenage years when that might change....! :) ). You must be looking forward to the summer vacation - I always do. I think when you are through some of your workload, always heavy at semester end, ideas might come.


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