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Thursday, June 28, 2012

Enjoying My Fruit Cocktail

Nine days later . . .  ta da!





Yes, my quilt is finished, and it will probably be the last one for a couple of months. You see, my hubby has been working diligently on our attic renovation, which will be my sewing studio, and as each day passes, he gets closer to the time where I will be able to help.  Yes, dry wall will be installed soon, so after he tapes and muds, I'll be helping with sanding, priming, and painting.  Oh boy!!!  Then after that it will be flooring, window treatments, reorganizing fabric, etc., etc.  You can probably imagine--the list will go on and on.  The results will be worth it though, and I'm very excited!

Here's the attic right now -




Hubby tells me that this weekend he'll begin putting up dry wall, so I expect that by mid-week next week, he'll have an assistant (me) with him from then on out.  I'll post pics as we go along.  Meanwhile, I'm going to enjoy my fruit cocktail.

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  1. What a wonderful studio that will be! I'll be following your progress and am excited to see the end result!

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    1. Meg, thank you for following me and, yes, I am so excited about my studio. My husband is working so hard, and I am rather anxious to roll up my sleeves and help him. Looks like it will be tomorrow or the next day that I will be joining him on a regular basis, until it's done.

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  2. I bet you are excited about your new studio. I'll keep checking on the progress.

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  3. Yes, I'm very excited! I'd love for you to keep checking. Thanks for stopping by.

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  4. I love Fruit Cocktail and it looks like you are going to have a wonderful sewing studio!

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  5. Hi Karen,

    Thank you for stopping by. I'm very excited. Will be posting updates on the renovation soon. I hope you will follow me as I am going to your blog to do the same. Have a great week!

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  6. I just love the quilt and the colours as well. Wish I could make things like that. I can see how busy you are going to be finishing the attic, so have fun.

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  7. Thank you for visiting. When a new friend stops by I make sure to take the time to visit their blog and I did just that. I was deeply moved by the content and message you are sharing. I am now following you, and I appreciate your work. Again, thanks and hope you will stop by again soon.

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  8. Thank you for visiting my blog. Greetings from Finland

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