Sunday, January 15

A Good Afternoon!

 

 


Last night was the coldest so far, with temperatures dropping to -7 apparrently. There was no way we were going anywhere - Jon was working in his luxury shed on his motornike project so I got out my craft stuff. Jill came over for a couple of hours and had a great afternoon. I started my sewing project and all went well, discounting the issue of the bondaweb! Oh well an ironing board cover is easily replaced isn't it?
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18 comments:

  1. Ha ha ha - ironing board covers are cheap to replace:-)

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  2. Lovely afternoon Denise xx

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  3. Been there, done that, got the sticky bits!!

    The yoyos and hearts look good

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  4. Denise, shame on you....-7C is a heatwave..we were at -26C yesterday!
    Jane xxx

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  5. Yep, nippy cold around here at the moment, down the road a couple of hours from Jane,

    Gill in Canada

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  6. Tonight is pretty chilly here and the pub we were eating is was VERY chilly...

    I am so looking forward to the new cooker tomorrow ;-)

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  7. We have a scattering of snow here but it's sunny and roads are passable.

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  8. It was -7 here too, but ours was Fahrenheit, so even colder!

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  9. You know how to enjoy the good times. Thanks for this post.

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  10. What fun!
    denise you might choose to invest in a couple of thos baking sheets, £1.99 in Morrisons. Theyre meant to do in cake tins and whatever, but they are wonderful for when youre using bondaweb. Lay one under your work and one over. press (not iron, as it slips) and allow to cool for a few seconds. Even if the bondaweb melts onto the sheet, it will come away easily. Of course you could also throw an old sheet over your irnoning booard and save the £1.99 LOL
    Enjoy your sewing bee :-D

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  11. It is looking a very pretty project. Looking forward to seeing the finished loveliness. x

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  12. Looking forward to seeing the end result! Pretty colours.
    At least you didn't mess up your iron, as I have done (with sticky stuff!)
    Maggie X

    Nuts in May

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  13. Oh i know where you are coming from...i get through plenty of ironing board covers!
    looks like a lovely project
    love jooles x

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  14. Luv your new heading - what a fantastic photo.

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  15. You know this coldness thing is all relative! It's 52 degrees F and raining here and we're freezing! Moth is sitting here with a blanket wrapped around him!

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  16. I had a bondiweb ironing board issues once too :-) Glad I am not the only one !

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  17. I still have bondawb and ironing issues!

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  18. I had to scrub it off my iron today .

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