Saturday, November 25, 2017

Almost There.

 The delivery truck brought all of our larger pieces of furniture and I was very happy to be reunited with my industrial sewing machine for quilting. She will sew through many layers without a problem at all and makes it so easy to get tops finished.
  These 3 were all made by members of my Melbourne quilting group and will be donated at our next meeting.

We have to go back to the farm for one last time to do the final clean, meet the new owners and hand over the keys. It will be a sad day but I will be very happy to have the move done. It's been an exhausting process and now I'm busy unpacking boxes and donating as much as I can to free up some limited cupboard space.
     Luckily our grandson, Jake, makes all the work worthwhile as we have been able to baby sit and get to know him as he grows. He is such a delight and tries so hard to communicate with his "goos and gaas". He's just turned 3 months old and has started sleeping through the night. Clever lad!
   Hugs, Jan Mac


Linda said...

Pleased to hear you are "Almost there" - now I have that song rolling around in my brain! Three more quilt finishes, well done. You must have a large number of quilts ready to donate. Enjoy spending time with your baby grandson - as you know, that precious small baby time passes far too quickly!

Maria said...

How good to be re united with your great sewing machine for quilting..
The ladies have made three lovely quilts.
It will be sad to say goodbye to the farm but how nice to be close to your sweet Little grandson and his mum and dad....

marijke Kleefman-Sandee said...

You will be happy that it,s almost done and enjoy living near the family .The quilts are lovely , I bought a industrial machine aswel,I was lucky to saw one in a shop near Delfzijl just before we moved .send you some photoo,s later from or new house .hugs Marijke