Wednesday, February 23, 2011

We interrupt this silence for a blog post!

Well hello there! I apologize for the long silence . . . it seems that my short Christmas break turned into quite a long break. I've been enjoying having Mr. PinSewPress home since he graduated and the time has just flown by!

After some nice downtime with the family, we're in the process of moving! Mr. PSP got a job in Virginia, so we're moving back to our home state after enjoying six years in Myrtle Beach. We're really looking forward to living in Virginia again, but all this packing sure is exhausting!

Today I started packing up my sewing room, and for the first time I sorted everything by color. It's fun for me to see everything laid out like this! It would look even better if I folded everything uniformly, but darn it, I'm just too lazy ;-) (Not to mention short on time!)


Anyway, I just wanted to pop in and confirm that I am in fact alive and well. Thanks bloggy friends for checking in with me during my long silence - I didn't intend to go that long without posting! I'll try to come back soon with some good quilty pictures. My mom made Lauren an awesome Dr. Seuss quilt for Christmas, and I have a few quilts in progress myself.

Happy sewing!
Mary

27 comments:

  1. Wow, you have some really pretty fabric. Congrats on the new life to move to Virginia. I bet you will miss the weather in Myrtle Beach.

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  2. So glad you are alive and well :} How exciting to be moving, but I'm sure it's overwhelming too. I hope all goes smoothly and we get to see you around here more often!

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  3. My, what pretty fabric stash you have!

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  4. Umm, could I come help you pack all that gorgeousness?

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  6. HEY!!!!!! So glad you are alive and well. I bet you are refreshed after that break. All the best with the move! I can not wait to see more of your neat, colorful work.

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  7. glad you popped in Mary! I'm sure moving will be fun and adventurous! :)

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  8. Welcome back! We've missed you! Good luck with the move. Can't wait to see what you've been working on!

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  9. Yay! I am so glad to hear you are safe and well!
    Good luck with your move, Maybe you will find some ace new fabric stores and groups now! :)

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  10. Yummy! I think the joy of collecting colorful fabric is just as satisfying as the actual process of making something out of them. Pictures like this make me dream away for not only a moment. Time stops and I stare for quite some time...And I really admire your stash. Good luck on the move.

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  11. welcome back! beautiful fabrics! what a great stash. good luck with your move north. I'm sure your Va families are happy to have you coming back!

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  12. Pretty piles there!!! I am sure you will be happy in your new home!

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  13. so glad to see you are back, kinda! :) Love the new header, so colorful! good luck with the move!

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  14. Your fabrics are total eye candy. Love them! Read the post about your husband's graduation and it reminds me of when my husband got his MBA. We had a 2 year old and found out that day that I was pregnant with our son. So many positive and exciting changes have happened for us since that day so hang on tight. This is such a fun time for your family. Have a great move and I look forward to reading your blog again- when you have time.

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  15. I heart your fabric stash!!! Happy packing and moving friend!

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  16. Moving??? Thinking of you!! xx gorgeous stash!!

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  17. So glad that you are alive! I kept checking back in and was so excited to see this post!

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  18. The stash looks so pretty! I know your family will be happy to have you all back home! We will be coming up to visit Eric's parents sometime in May, maybe around the apple blossom festival. Maybe we can get together again and you can meet Lillie! Glad all is well with you!

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  19. Good luck getting everything packed up and moved!

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  20. That is quite a stash. I just finished organizing mine by color and projects, but you have me beat on stash!

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  21. Glad to see you back. I love looking at your blog and your fabric stash is great. Good luck with packing and the move.

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  22. Happy packing and sewing, friend!

    Good to see you at Bookland recently! <3

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  23. I love those colors there! Did you know one of your mug rugs was featured on two more seconds' blog? Whoohoo!

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