Saturday, October 19, 2013

FNSI

I don't have much to show. . . .
Now that I work in the City - surrounded by shops - very dangerous - I thought I'd take a quick look in Myer before I came home...- that turned into quite a long look and then, since I am now a bus traveller (after 35 years of driving to work  [insert disgruntled face here]) and I didn't make the 7.20pm, I had to shop more and wait for the 8.20 bus.
Needless to say it was late when I started....but I did get some of the blanket stitching done on this block.


I hope everyone else was far more productive and had a lovely treat to help them.
Thanks Wendy for hosting us all again.

22 comments:

  1. Looks interesting. Good to see you made a small effort, my friend lol

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  2. working near shops is dangerous!! I would have thought it's quite nice to travel by bus and just sit and relax?? is that a house block bought at the show? hope you have a more stitchy weekend... just keep out of the shops!!
    Hugz

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  3. Has your office moved or you changed jobs? I guess the problem with the bus is just that - miss one and it can be quite a wait till the next one. That is a cute block - what/who's pattern?

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  4. Wow that's a long day. Lucky you have some shops to look at.
    At least you did get to do a little stitching for FNSI

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  5. Bugger about missing the bus but at least you got a bit of stitching done. I'd hate to catch public transport here it's so eratic, have you changed jobs/positions which forced you to use public transport?? :) Barb.

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  6. You did have a long day....gorgeous block...

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  7. Great that you did get to do some stitching. Hugs, xx.

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  8. As you told me ...... any progress is good progress....

    Helen

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  9. eeewww....not sure on the public transport. Have you had an office relocation or a change of jobs? The block looks great and at least you got to do some shopping and stitching.

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  10. What a long day for you, Susan! I love the project that you are working on!

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  11. what a pretty block Susan and a long day for you.xx

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  12. What is the name of that quilt Susan? It's a pretty block. You did have a late start my friend. Are you still off to the quilt show today? Hugs......

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  13. Love the block, and at least you got some stitching done. I love a good long browse in Myer too!

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  14. Hi Susan, I am eternally grateful that I live close to where I work and don't have to catch public transport. I would be making a disgruntled face too. With your stitching, better late than never, and a little bit is always good, especially when you have had a long day. Good on you for making the effort.

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  15. I love the house, though. Is the bus ride smooth enough for stitching?

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  16. At least you were able to do some stitching, but I can't see any purple in that block?! :)
    xx debbie

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  17. You did have a long day Susan...good you were able to get some stitching done. Yes nice shops are very dangerous :)

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  18. I work in the city too but as the bus stop is only across the road from where I work I tend not to go into the shops (particularly at the moment as they have ripped up the mall to re-pave and its such a pain to go anywhere). Luckily my bus goes every 15 mins (in theory), I'd hate to have to wait an hour. Great looking block!

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  19. It's looking good. I'm thankful to live in the country; I don't get tempted by retail therapy ha ha. Your block looks great.

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  20. I love to shop....fabric, wood, yarn....city is dangerous for me as well. Oh and gotta avoid online shopping. The convenience of browsing at 3 am. is kinda like grocery shopping when you are hungry. EVERYTHING looks so darn good LOL. Lovely little block btw!

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  21. The block is going to be so cute Susan - what is the pattern? Shame about all the good shops to browse in, LOL... x

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