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*waves* Time for an Update

Hi there, I didn’t make a video last week, and clearly am headed the same direction this week, so I wanted to pop in to say hi. I think I’m going to have to start recording my videos on the weekend, even if I don’t post them until Tuesday. Weekdays are hectic. 3 adults sharing 2 cars and then one vehicle ups and dies last week. So there has been a lot of shuffling. However, we got the old truck into the shop yesterday morning and it turned out to be an easy fix, so we are back to 2 vehicles at least!

Right now in the Project Room the only thing I have been doing is working on a “new” pressing station. I really like having the frame in the middle of the room, but it made it too crowded for the mobile pressing station I had made previously.

Remember this handy monstrosity?

So over the past couple of weeks I have completely emptied and disassembled it, and am in the process of taking some of the parts to make a new one. I plan to finish that this weekend, hopefully in time for my next video. I also need to get some of those finished quilts bound (nope, haven’t done that yet). Because the next Linus meeting is a week from Saturday.

Once the pressing station is done and quilts are bound, it’s time to start loading more quilts and getting them quilted. Also finishing piecing some UFOs. I will be so ready for Labor Day Weekend. I miss having more than just a regular weekend in which to do ALL THE THINGS.

I am behind watching videos but hope to be caught up soon.

Take care and stay crafty!


11 thoughts on “*waves* Time for an Update

    1. I really liked my pressing station, too, but it’s just too big for my space now, so the one in the above photo has been completely taken apart and is now in the process of being reassembled into a slimmer version of itself. I plan to finish it this weekend so I can show it off in my next video!

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    1. Even the AAA tow guy thought it was the starter, as we did. Turned out to be just a battery cable that needed to be replaced. This is the first time Ken has had to put his truck in the shop, I kid you not, and it was like $75 to get it fixed, lol. It’s a ’99 Ford Ranger. Crazy.

      That photo is of the OLD pressing station. I guess I confused everyone. Mary thought the same thing. That’s the one I completely disassembled. New one is done and I plan to try it out this weekend.


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