I know the feeling! I just had two small pieces quilted so I could make a dent in my backlog of projects. Hope you have a good week :)
Love those photos! Good luck with your endeavors! And, I do house work in heels too, don't you?
Love the "multitasking" photo. Too funny--the pearls and heels with stretch pants and rubber gloves, and all the while under the dryer. : )
Great pictures! I would love to learn how to do house work and quilting at once!
I am very familiar with back burner projects. Loved the pictures especially the one of the lady doing dishes with her hair dryer on! Have a lovely weekend.
Photos are great! Good luck with getting some of those projects done.. or at least worked on! Can't wait to see what you have cooked up. :-)
I would be afraid of getting an electrical shock with drying my hair at the same time as using water for dishes!
No doubt we will stop by next week ! I'm just curious and i love your funny pictures ! :)
Good luck! I hope all your plans go well and you get lots done.
I am doing the same thing... need to get caught up on my quilt projects too. Fingers crossed for you that you get those projects done :-D
Looking forward to it! must do the same myself LOL!
Kyle you always find the best pictures-love the lady with the hair dryer LOL
Love those photos! I wish you a great weekend!
loved these vintage women - gosh - what a hoot!!!My mom had an electric pink hood hair dryer. I remember her sitting smoking Salems and reading a book at the kitchen table with it - xo
Fabulous post! Love those pics. Wishing you every success with your makes.
Such a great post, love the vintage photo's.Fun,fun! Hope you are enjoying your summer.
I am trying to find Higdon Camp-1924 Book, by Barb Adams & Alma Allen, I want to make the Furled Flag quilt for a veteran. Are you willing to sell your book, or a copy of the pattern in the book. I will pay you for which ever. My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org or my phone #828-678-0288. I am desperate to make this awesome quilt. Thank you for your time, Nanette Fleischman