Thursday, October 15, 2009

Closing up Shop

Yup. You did read that correctly. I'm moving in with my Grandma once again for a season, and I really don't want to take my shop items with me. Grandma said that I'd be more than welcome to bring my sewing machine and serger (as my stay will be extended further than last year), but if I did that, I'd have to take the rest of my sewing room with me which I am NOT going to do! Really now, what is a seamstress to do without fabric and patterns and all the other kit and kaboodle of supplies, and Arabella of course?

Therefore I am greatly reducing prices in hopes of getting everything o.u.t. this weekend. If they don't sell, I'm taking them to my local thrift store. So, take one last peek for awhile.

7 comments:

kim said...

Hi, Cheri-
Your aprons are wonderful. Thank you for the opportunity to purchase two more. Your work is meticulous and you give such attention to the little details. I love wearing your aprons; they remind me of my grandmother.
While at your grandmother's, will you be concentrating on your music? I hope you'll be able to post on your blog occasionally.
Blessings,
Kim

Anonymous said...

Enjoy your long stay with your grandmother.
Hopefully you'll remember "us" here and have time to blog and let us know how you're doing.
God bless,
Irene

Emily said...

Oh no! Though I can totally understand why you are doing this. I hope everything goes well and you have a wonderful time too! :)

Laura said...

Oh, I will miss seeing your sewing projects! But I totally understand the difficulty of lugging your entire sewing room along. ;-) I hope you will still be able to post on your blog!

Ruth said...

Oh, no - I missed out! Blah! = (

Sarah Jane said...

I wish you the best as you stay with your grandmother for a while! I too will miss seeing your sewing projects!

Cheri said...

Aww, you all are so kind! I'm not sure how much I'll be able to devote to computer time, much less get ON one, but I'll try to update every now and then.

Yes, Kim, I will be devoting myself to musical endeavors.