16 February 2013

It's Starting To Come Together

Slowly but surely it is all starting to come together.  We have been in the house a 32 days and I am finally starting to get time to sew.  I still have a long way to go but that can be done a little bit at a time.

I took my Koala table apart because it didn't fit the way I wanted. After one night of sewing, two blocks, I now have the Koala table back together. I still may do some major rearranging although hubby doesn't know about it yet.

Living Room

Dining Room

Family room


My Bathroom

Living Room

Our Bedroom

Master Bathroom
Middle Son's Room - he was at a sleep over and little does he know he has to change his sheets when he gets home.

Youngest Sons bedroom...lol..couldn't wait for him to wake up

This is in the corner of the dining room. Holds all of the Tinkerbell's I used to collect. They are now so commercially found I no longer collect them.
I have 3 gallons of paint for both boys room's and my bathroom so that will be on the agenda for the next month or so, whenever I am caught up on sewing stuff...hmm..maybe they will never get painted.  I also have new curtains to hang in the family room. All the other curtains were left here from the previous owners and they are not my cup of tea so they will all be replaced eventually.
I am also hoping this summer to get the paint off the fireplace..but that is another subject all together.
I am off to sew before my Sylvia's class this afternoon.
I did get my new design wall up...stay tuned for Monday for the great unveiling.
Have a great Saturday everyone.


  1. Looks like a fun house to decorate and arrange. Some days I wish I could pretend I'm moving IN and rearrange stuff in my Sewing area again. Nice built-ins in the living room. What is the Sylvia's Class. Are you doing the Sylvia's Bridal Sampler? Have fun. There's a NEW Jennifer C. pattern book coming out in September.

  2. Yes. I am teaching the Sylvia's Bridal Sampler at work...I will have to keep my eye out for the new book. Like I need another project.