Saturday, 24 January 2015

What Nanna & Norah made today.

Firstly we made a load of mess when Norah tried to balance my button tin on a pile of carrier bags!

My button tin is actually 3 large Celebration tins, Norah only tipped one of them over.
My button collection contains the contents of my Mum's and my Grandma's button tins and also those of a few friends and relatives mum's.

We finally managed to make this, Norah chose the most slippery fabric I had so it wasn't the easiest thing to make.

But Norah was happy with the end result.


Pam said...

I am looking forward to the day that I can teach Kaitlyn to sew. I may try Junior as well, he is very much a macho boy but hates being left out of anything. I hope you had as much fun as you could.

jill said...

What fun for you both. Shiney, purple and custom made!

I taught my brother to use my machine and after a while he developed quite a side income making custom camping and hiking gear....even specially designed tents.

Hope this has given you a little lift. As others have said, shortened hours are only good if you a tually take them an d resist being guilted into working twice as hard the rest of the time....I know from experience, unfortunately.

jill said...

Button you I had several tins from a number of people. As I have no children to share with I recently sighed and donated them to an art coop in the area along with other sewing things. I no longer make fancy clothing or costumes for dance companies . It was hard to let go of that part of my life no so much the things. I did free up quite a bit of storage though!
It's nice you get to share with all the children

cheryl soergel said...

Well Norah is adorable and love the sewing project. Alittle mess is alright when having fun. I can't sew but do a gingerbread house and crafts with my grandchildren.Glitter,glue, and a mess everywhere. I love it. Cheryl

Primroses Attic said...

How sweet.

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