Friday, March 03, 2006

No peace for the wicked!

I have found over the past few days that I have been able to get more done at work than I have at home. I haven't entered my workroom in nearly a fortnight and I am beginning to get withdrawal symptoms which is bad. Oh I have passed over the threshold to find stuff but haven't actually been able to do anything. Nothing new, nor anything old. This is such a sad state of affairs, especially as I have a package containing a roll of Lutradur waiting to be opened and played with. How I have been able to contain myself and not lock myself in and play I don't know. But the end is in sight. By Wednesday of next week I shall once again be able to indulge in all the things I do, such as blogging, quilting, painting, etc. Oh joy of joys! Don't get me wrong. I have very much enjoyed seeing my daughter and the delicious grand children but I have also missed the creativity, especially the dyeing. Just as well I had a large stock in hand. So I shall make the most of these last few days and then will plot a new course. It will be like being re-born!
Nearly time to go home and also the end of the week. I love weekends! Thank you for all your kind comments. You have been very patient with my enforced idleness!


  1. Looking forward to seeing some renewed creativity, Valeri!

  2. Nice to see you back, Valeri!

    Where did you buy your lutradur?

  3. Val
    I have been playing with Lutradur also. Will have to post some pics. Love this Lutradur

  4. What is Lutradur please? What do you do with it?

  5. Kat, Lutradur is a polyester non woven fabric. Comes in different weights from heavy to fine. The medium weight is easier to get than the very fine. It can be dyed with disperse dyes; burnt with a soldering iron; sewn on; cut; bonded; and in fact anything you can think of. I can't wait to have a play.
    Liz I got mine from Spun Web UK.