Wednesday, October 25, 2006

With my most recent collage I spoke of imperfection, how I'm trying to look more to imperfection. Welll ~ my thirty year old sewing machine did NOT like that I have not cleaned it for, ummm, probably a few years. I think I recently read that a sewing machine should be cleaned daily. DUH! No wonder I was having problems. I thought I might finally get to doing some thing with these two tiny pieces of fabric I've worked with. I thought I might even try making a postcard. SIGH.

Sorry Terri, you'll have to be patient a little longer to see one of the pieces I was trying to do the gel technique on. If this takes much longer I may just have to show the piece after I worked with it.

AND with the cost of postage in Canada and the time of year, it may just arrive for recipient post Christmas. It's not even a winter piece. SIGH.


Nancy Baumiller said...

Hello Wendy! Hello Sewing Machine! hehe...Can't wait to see what you create!! :D I may be getting out my handy dandy sewing machine here soon too! Hugs and love!

Terri said...

Okay Wendy, I'll be patient. But I am still looking forward to seeing the results. It makes my heart happy to see you guys getting your sewing machines out. Yay!

Nancy Baumiller said...

hey girlie! I need your snail mail addy ...I got something for ya!


windy angels said...

And let me warn you Terri, the results will be quite imperfect. I'm not sure when I'll ever get those ATCs and all my other projects done. I am excited about the sewing though.

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