Wednesday, October 5, 2011

WOYWW

WHATS ON YOUR WORK DESK WEDNESDAY?
A collage of the inside cover my altered book
 from last week
almost done that one,
 just a few bits to add and strengthen the spine

That's right, a third desk...in the kitchen to sew on.
It is actually the table we use
when everyone comes home for big gatherings....
like next Sunday.... Better get busy Huh?
I am very happy to be sewing again.
This is the time of year we start to nestle down for
the winter. More time for my endless projects.
This is the start of my 'Glad Rags Gypsy Bags'
I will post more about these when I get enough done.
To see what other busy people are up to on their
work desks visit Miss Julia at
The Stamping Ground, she host's
Whats On Your  Workdesk Wednesday every Week

29 comments:

Jane said...

Thanks for your lovely comment!
I love you blog! Love fairies!!

April said...

WOW! lots of sewing to be done there! enjoy x

Shoshi said...

Beautiful altered book! Thanks for the comment on my blog. Like you, I've found the more I visit, the more visits I get! Last week I was feeling so rough all I could do was blog hop and I got a record number of comments! It's very hard to visit them all, though. I doubt if I'll make it this week as I started so late!!

The Crafty Elf said...

That's one big pile there....good luck! Those altered books are really neat....such creativity, I love it! Thanks for the visit and have a great week!

Deb said...

love your book, amazing! can't wait to see your gypsy bags, sounds very interesting, wish I had the patience to sew!
happy WOYWW! have a great day, Debxx

Bella said...

wow, that is quite a project and all those piles of things in the other photos are intriguing.

Lunch Lady Jan said...

That's one big pile of sewing projects you've got ahead of you - good luck :) I've got a pile of Christmas fabric waiting for me to get started!
Hugs, LLJ xx

MaggieC said...

You do seem to have a lot of sewing to do. Have fun. The things you would find underneath things on my workspace are the things I have been searching all day for. I really must clear up this week before i lose my mind in there.

CRAFTY WOMBLE said...

Hurrah for sewing and bags - I love all these techniques a person can acquire as they gander through life. (By the way what you have on your hands is a table of indeterminate purpose - I have one to :)

Jumbleberries said...

Love the sound of Glad Rags, Gypsy Bags - can't wait to see what that is all about ....

Thanks for sharing.

Jumbleberries xx

missy k said...

Your desk(s) look lovely and busy.... I know what you mean about nestling down and getting cosy this time of year.

Your altered book looks really interesting!

btw thanks v much for visiting and your comment :)

Karen

Rumtruffle said...

That book is fantastic, just love the colours you have used. Wishing you a creative week ahead.
Rum x

Anonymous said...

reminds me of days gone by

love romeo

Lulabelle said...

Love your book! I an intrigued to find out about your 'Glad bags, gipsy bags!

NatashaMay said...

Lots going on on your desk today. :) Love that altered book!

SueH said...

Your altered book is coming along nicely Pam. It looks great and I love the bold colours.

It’s an interesting pile of sewing you have there too, I look forward to seeing what becomes of it all.

Happy Crafting!
Sue
x

Kate said...

Love these sort of books where you open up and find miniture treasures inside.

** Kate **

Twiglet said...

Will love to see what your glad rags gypsy bags are!1 Thanks for the birthdy wishes - I had a great day and lovely evening out with Annie & co. I don't feel a day over 40!!! x Jo

Julia Dunnit said...

The book has finished up beautifully- it's fab. Look at all those glad rags - oh my, you are going to be busy!!

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Hi there thanks so very much for popping over and making my day - and you are going to be very busy there with all your sewing there to be done - have fun! - happy WOYWW! Shaz in oz.x

TheFairyyellowbugQueen said...

Pam! Love that book. It looks so inviting. Nice job! *smiles* Norma

Craftgirl said...

Love your altered book and am wondering what these gypsy bags are. Have fun

Carol C

Sam said...

That is a gorgeous book you have made there.
I too have some old tablecloths like those you have on your desk which were embroidered by various members of the family and which I still use.
Thanks for your comment.

Rita Barakat said...

That altered book looks SOOOOO COOOOL!!!

Spyder said...

Oh wow I'm a hopeless sewer (?) butI love all that scrappy stuff, and always wonder what to do with it .Love the book!
hAPPY woyww
(Lyn)

Marjo said...

Awesome blog, love the book! Thanks for the peek and sharing

xoxo Marjo

Angela (Toucan Scraps) said...

I see some pretty embroidery on those cloths.

WOYWW blessings to you from Angela

rivergardenstudio said...

So great to visit your lovely blog. Love your banner, your arched journal pages. And your piles! Thank you for this treat for my eyes.
roxanne

Morti said...

Helloooo!

I didn't get round to see you last week, and this week you haven't WOYWW'd, so I figured I'd come find you and say hello anyways... Hope the big meet on Sunday was fun!