Thursday, 8 November 2012

Juggling...

I have so many balls up in the air right now, I am feeling just a little bit anxious that I have forgotten something major.

I have just sewn up a little Christmas project - I had the urge, and also the raw materials, so I can at least tick off one of my insane amount of  'to dos'.

I will try to clear my Inbox later and comment on as many blogs as possible, but in 5 minutes time my favourite lady on TV will be back on the box, so you will all have to wait in line behind Kirstie!

So as not to leave you picture-free, here is the current batch of hexies being taken from pillar to post, hoping to eventually be a Christmas present for my mum...


The low value fabrics are rather calming, which is just what I need right now.

25 comments:

  1. When do you get time to knock these up? Just turned over for Kirstie although I'll no doubt start heckling the tv and moaning

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  2. Yep, know that feeling! Enjoy Kirstie :D

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  3. Those hexies are very sweet, I love calming fabrics.

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  4. Oh this looks really lovely! Lucky mum :-)

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  5. Enjoy your date with Kirstie! Still waiting for that series to reach us here down under! Your hexies are very calming!

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  6. Lovely gentle colour scheme. I've cut the papers for my hexies just need to decide on some fabric now. Enjoy Kirstie. I'm watching and blog hopping in the breaks!

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  7. Watching Kirstie and blog hopping in the breaks. Lovely little hexies btw. Di x

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  8. Hope you enjoyed Kirstie. I've got her recorded. Got all the balls in the air here too, and I am not that coordinated.

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  9. And breathe! I've recorded Kirstie, hope it's a good one as I need some new/old furniture!

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  10. low-volume seems like a good idea...

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  11. Kirstie really?? Slightly irritating I find! But maybe that's just me as she starts projects then gets an expert to finish it off for her every time!

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  12. Oh jingle balls! I think I'm going to give one a header soon, not least because someone has just put in an order for a super-sized bear filled with her husband's ashes!

    Anywho, enjoy Kirstie with the hexies (I'm still catching up on all the Masterchef Australia I missed) and hope the leap-pads fit their new homes! Love the wee purse too, hope your partner gushed appropriately and in a timely manner ;o)

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  13. Ooh, very pretty hexies! Love the gentle colours.
    PS. Am watching Kirstie on 4+1 now!
    R x

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  14. I can relate to the juggling! I love the low volume. And I love Kirstie too, I hope this series is as good as last years!

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  15. I'm watching your gal too! She is soothing...is it helping?

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  16. Loving the low volume hexies ... very soothing x

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  17. Just breathe. And tell yourself that there is just the right amount of time. The hexies are lovely, your mum is very lucky.

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  18. This is the time of yer I think we who make things want to crawl into a hole. But then again, it sure is fun to give a handmade gift or two, or three! Those hexies are multiplying quickly

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  19. I missed Kirstie...well I got the last 10 minutes...look after yourself Hadley, I'm sure you'll be fine.

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  20. Ohh Hadley I thought higher of you than to be a Kirstie All-strop fan :( Wishing you lots of sewing time this weekend!

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  21. Send some calm my way please, we probably all need some at this time of year.And nothing wrong with a bit of Kirstie, I reckon her heart is in the right place.

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  22. Hope all the birthdays go well.
    I'm missing Kirstie?
    I knew it was the wrong time to be away.
    x

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  23. Love your 'low value' hexies. One day I want to make a scrappy quilt with just low value fabrics, I have so little of those in my stash though! (which means I can buy more fabrics now, right?)

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