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New lines in the shop.
Don’t forget click n collect Tuesday and Friday this week.
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New lines in the shop. 
Don’t forget click n collect Tuesday and  Friday this week.

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Morning everyone I said here listening to the heavy rain on the roof I’m wondering what my next project will be certainly something out of my stash which is slowly going down what are you thinking of doing today on this wet, snowy type of day.
#WetSunday #winteryweather #Sewing #crafting #Patchwork #keepingwarminside
#Creating #WomenInBusiness #RelaxingSunday#HaberdasheryToes #craftwiththerighttools
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Morning everyone I said here listening to the heavy rain on the roof I’m wondering what my next project will be certainly something out of my stash which is slowly going down what are you thinking of doing today on this wet, snowy  type of day. 
#WetSunday #winteryweather #Sewing #crafting  #Patchwork #keepingwarminside 
#Creating #WomenInBusiness #RelaxingSunday#HaberdasheryToes #craftwiththerighttools

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No snow then Selina Dudley? Going out for a walk soon, but then back in the sewing room. Have my Sharon challenge (the grey + grey + white). It’s being quilted, doing about an hour or so each time to give the neck a chance. Take care.

No snow here. Yes I have a grey orange and ? To do. Need to think about it. Not sure I’ve got any grey. So I’ll have to click and collect at Sharon ready for Tuesday

Is it Saturday I spend the day sewing look forward to this day all week
Today I’m working on Covid quilt three challenge.
what have you been doing today showing Crofton going out for a walk if you got the sun like we have.
#SaturdaySewing #Sewing #Patchwork #SaturdayPatchwork #Cutting #Quilting#QuiltingFun#HaberdasheryTools #haberdasherytoolsForSewing #craftwiththerighttools #
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Is it Saturday I spend the day sewing look forward to this day all week
 Today I’m working on Covid quilt three challenge.  
what have you been doing today showing Crofton going out for a walk if you got the sun like we have. 
#SaturdaySewing #Sewing #Patchwork #SaturdayPatchwork #Cutting #Quilting#QuiltingFun#HaberdasheryTools #haberdasherytoolsForSewing #craftwiththerighttools #

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Smallest iron in the world 😂

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Wonder what this strange fact is about

3 days ago

LaceyMay's Haberdashery

Around the park today and we spotted these which was very nice to see so I will keep an eye on them every time I pass
#spring #walking exercise #exercisebywalking #walkingaroundthepark #sunnyafternoon #keepingsafeathome
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Around the park today and we spotted these which was very nice to see so I will keep an eye on them every time I pass
#Spring #walking exercise #ExerciseByWalking #WalkingAroundThePark #SunnyAfternoon #KeepingSafeAtHome

Do you have a challenge with something in life.

It pays sometimes to have a really good laugh about life or something that you find funny. It helps the problem disappear for a while.

What are the three funniest things you have ever laughed at?

Mine are:

One - I once attended a marketing event and they had a comedian who did a guest spot to break up the day, he is the funniest man I have heard
Two - Recently I tried to put on some snaps on a project for Christmas presents. It as so funny as the instructions where not the greatest. And the machine to fasten them - well put it this way I was a little aggressive with it. I had a good laugh while trying to attached them
Three - Cat videos - not that I watch them very often but sometime in the evenings I watch then if nothing else is entertaining me

What can you do,or watch to have a really good laugh?

Laughter is always the best medicine!
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Do you have a challenge with something in life.

It pays sometimes to have a really good laugh about life or something that you find funny. It helps the problem disappear for a while.

What are the three funniest things you have ever laughed at?

Mine are:

One - I once attended a marketing event and they had a comedian who did a guest spot to break up the day, he is the funniest man I have heard
Two - Recently I tried to put on some snaps on a project for Christmas presents. It as so funny as the instructions where not the greatest. And the machine to fasten them - well put it this way I was a little aggressive  with it. I had a good laugh while trying to attached them 
Three - Cat videos - not that I watch them very often but sometime in the evenings I watch then if nothing else is entertaining me 

What can you do,or watch to have a really good laugh? 

Laughter is always the best medicine!

4 days ago

LaceyMay's Haberdashery

Click N Collect at Seahorse Quilting (next one Tuesday) Two zooms sessions completed ideas coming thick and fast. Let’s hope I can write that fast. #zoommeeting #craftingafternoon #quilting #Sewing #Crochet #Drawing #E-commerce #QuestionsAndAnswers #lunchtimemeeting
#HaberdasheryTools
#HaberdasheryToolsForSewing#WomenInBusiness #femaleentrepreneurs #LearningInstagram #LearningFacebook #LearningSocialMedia
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Click N Collect at Seahorse Quilting (next one Tuesday)  Two zooms sessions completed ideas coming thick and fast.  Let’s hope I can write that fast. #zoommeeting #craftingafternoon  #quilting #Sewing #Crochet #Drawing #E-commerce #QuestionsAndAnswers #lunchtimemeeting 
#HaberdasheryTools 
#HaberdasheryToolsForSewing#WomenInBusiness #femaleentrepreneurs #LearningInstagram #LearningFacebook #LearningSocialMedia

Keeping your knitting or crochet connected to your needles or hook. Point Protectors are a set of plastic protectors or point protectors which then cover ends of knitting needles of most sizes. They are made of a soft plastic soft pliable and grips well to the ends of the needles Ideal for keeping work securely on needles.
In the past I have placed the ball of wool that I have been using but the needles can split the yarn and damage what you are using. So doesn't help producing a great project.
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Keeping your knitting or crochet connected to your needles or hook. Point Protectors are a set of plastic protectors or point protectors which then  cover ends of knitting needles of most sizes.  They are made of a soft plastic soft pliable and grips well to the ends of the needles Ideal for keeping work securely on needles. 
In the past I have placed the ball of wool that I have been using but the needles can split the yarn and damage what you are using. So doesnt help producing a great project.

With click n collect at Seahorse Quilting from 10. Hope you phoned your order through. Have a great day

#zoommeeting #crafting with friends
#croftonafternoon #sewing #quilting #clickandcollect #seahorsequilting #haberdasherytool #craftwiththerighttools
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With click n collect at Seahorse Quilting from 10. Hope you phoned your order through. Have a great day
 
#zoommeeting #Crafting with friends 
 #CroftonAfternoon #Sewing #Quilting #ClickAndCollect #SeaHorseQuilting #HaberdasheryTool #CraftWithTheRightTools
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