Wednesday, May 30, 2007

Where's the autopilot switch?

Here are Betty and Ellie all revved up and ready to work on quilt projects this morning (Betty even swallowed her pride for this picture and left her glasses on --- well, she is 66 years old and needs those glasses for threading her needle, etc.) Of course, all activity has to come to a screeching halt when I have to leave for work. I was thinking, wouldn't it be great if there was an autopilot switch on my sewing machines so that they could continue to hum along and make tons of progress on our sewing projects even while I'm not there ! Daisy (one of my little kitty-helpers sitting there in the window) would probably be willing to supervise the girls, but she does have a busy schedule of playing with kitty toys, followed by napping - - - so, she just can't squeeze anything else into her day today. Oh well...........

Mary Anne (aka Mare)


Busy Little Quilter said...

It would be fun if we could put them on autopilot. They could sew for us and cook dinner, too!

I love the glasses on Betty. Too cute!

OldBagNewTricks said...

Love the glasses -- threading my machine is one thing I CAN do without glasses -- I can't pour milk without glasses.

And autopilot on my machine... I'm liking this idea. you are onto something here.


jen duncan said...
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jen duncan said...

Hey Mere! I'm hostin a fabric swap...if you're up for it, come on over and sign up!

(ps; beautiful home!)