Thursday, February 27, 2014

thursday


If this photo above wasn't enough to remind me to wait until a certain someone is asleep to take photos of fabric, then the photo below should.




And speaking of reminders, all these wrinkles should remind me not to keep an embroidery WIP rolled/folded for so long - they'll come out, right?

17 comments:

  1. Too cute! Just use lots of steam when you press it -- that usually works for me!

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  2. OMGoodness- those TOES!!! I think they make the fabric all the more endearing!

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  3. laughing - my boys are the same. Fabric on the bed - not an obstacle to using it as a trampoline!

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  4. That's a picture for the baby book : )

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  5. You might look back in years to come and realise that this was when the seeds of her fabric obsession were sown :)

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  6. Ha ha. Someone told me to put emboidery on towel and use lots of steam. That way you don't iron out the texture.

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  7. Ha ha! At least it shows me that all small children have utter contempt for lovely piles of fabric and not just mine - your photo is so funny!

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  8. Cute little feet and of course :)

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  9. I like keep a spray bottle of water mixed with a small amount of white vinegar in it, just a spritz and a press with a hot iron gets out most wrinkles.

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  10. I like keep a spray bottle of water mixed with a small amount of white vinegar in it, just a spritz and a press with a hot iron gets out most wrinkles.

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  11. Oh, that's funny! I can't do anything quilting related during the daylight hours anymore. It's too hard to concentrate on sewing and kids at the same time. I have a feeling I won't get much sewing done this summer!

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  12. You need little feet in pictures - makes the pictures!

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  13. Baby feet are always a good addition to pictures :)

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