Thursday, June 14, 2012

I DIDN'T LEAVE HOME WITHOUT IT!!!

The whole back of my car was filled with my things.......one of those things was the Go Cutter. You think I would have left it for a month. Talk about withdrawls.....I would be having the shakes right now.

When my husband helped me pack the car coming to my mother's, he was in shock at how much stuff I was taking. He didn't see me pack the car when we were moving. He was busy packing his truck.

Well...my sister and Mother have two of these large tubs...this one is filled to the brim....the other one was only partially.
This is what I did with the one less full yesterday.

Hey...do I get a knuckle clap for this? Only 6 months behind....but I am finally done....whooooawww!!

22 comments:

Sheila said...

Smart girl packing all the important stuff . Love your stitchery :-)

Joanne Lendaro said...

LOVE IT!! And it is a finish!!

Rhonda said...

You go girl. I wish I could pull out my sewing stuff but alas, mom is needing me these days. I'm getting her into shape though.
Keep it up Barb!!!

swooze said...

Where will you be Sunday? I will be driving to Monroe.

Tangos Treasures said...

Knuckle clapping!!! Your too funny!!

andsewon said...

You are such a good daughter and sister! Men don't know how to pack anyway!;-)
Hugs,
Lola

Melinda said...

I am impressed that you are done - Mine is still in the beginning stages. All the blocks are pieced and only one embroidery done.

Unknown said...

I am certainly grinning over your taking it with you, but listen have you even know a man to leave somewhere and be without his tools for a while, you go girl, grin. Barbara in western NC

Snoodles said...

LOL That's what I'm talkin' about....priorities, girl! What would we do without our cutters and our scraps! Heehee! Love those apple cores!

wackywoman said...

Love, love your little birdie. Can't wait to see the whole thing.

blushing rose said...

Yes, you sure do!
Have a wonderful day, my friend
Hugs,
TTFN ~
Marydon

SewCalGal said...

Well, the GO! was certainly designed to go with you! And, what a great stash busting tool too. I look forward to seeing what you create while on your trip. Looks like fun!

SewCalGal
www.sewcalgal.blogspot.com

Heather said...

yeah for you on completing Birdie Stitches. I am still sewing my finished blocks together! lol

suemac said...

Good grief. You were a busy camper.

Teresa in Music City said...

Is that Birdie Stitches? Cute, cute block! Looks like you did a great job of making yourself useful with the bins full of scraps and your Go Cutter. I have a few friends who have one of those but I've been resisting the purchase so far. They're taking bets on how long before I fold :*)

Janice said...

Yeah! I am only 11 months behind on Birdie Stitches, but I am finishing my last Tis The Season stitchery.

I love what you do with the go cutter, I am going to put one on my Christmas list.

Terry said...

Congratulations on finishing you last birdie block! Now I can't wait to see them all put together!

QuiltNut Creations said...

lol Barb. I have yet to finish my December Birdie block *blush*.

JJ said...

I am impressed with how much you got cut up for Mom. Good thinking on your part to take the go with you. I was on MSG today, where were you.

Ivory Spring said...

I am just now catching on your blog, Barb! A bit sad to you know you aren't in Stafford anymore...

I hope you like the heat in TX, and best wishes to you on your new home. :)

Michelle said...

Just having my dies moved out to the sewing room is making me cranky. I can go a couple of weeks without using it if I'm doing other things, but not being ABLE to use it is another matter entirely!

Hillbilly Tonya said...

I've not started the birdies yet..but they are saved cuz I love them!