Happy Spring! Today was a gorgeous day here in Michigan. Ironically, we had all six soccer games cancelled due to poor field conditions; there has been so much rain and the fields just haven't dried out. So with my new-found Sunday off, I decided to sew some new curtains. I used natural onasburg. The look is so calming. It is light enough to blow in the breeze when the windows are open and still gives privacy.
I purchased two club chairs at the MSU Surplus store for $15 each and I am going to be slip covering them with white drop-cloths from Lowe's. I am so excited to get rid of all the color in the room - for a change. I will keep you posted as I go. No crafting lately. It seems I can't relax with all the chaos of life! I am working on that. Have a good week! SUE
Welcome to Octobergirls! My daughter, Sydney and I are October girls. We love decorating and crafting for Fall: Halloween is our favorite! I love interior design, sewing, rughooking and blogging! Thanks for stopping by. SUE
I am a bonafide fabric-aholic! I love wool, homespun, wool felt, wool applique and primitive rug hooking. I spend my days reading about my craft, thinking about my craft and if I am lucky, doing my craft.
My friend Danielle and I have a craft business called Fabric Confections where I am Sew Cute and she is Sew Sweet. We do local craft shows and get together to create our fabulous fabric confections.
I have been married over 18 years to my high school sweetheart, Scott, and have three beautiful children: Nick, 9, Jacob, 7 and Sydney 3. The boys play Club soccer with the TNT Dynamite which keeps the whole family very busy. I work full-time at the Lansing Indoor Sports Arena so I can be at all the practices for soccer too.
Soccer and primitive wool crafts - isn't that natural? It is to me.