Tuesday, February 22, 2011

The Wheels on the RV…

…go round and round, round and round, round and round.  The wheels on the RV go round and round…all the way to school!  Or in this case to three schools!!

I got a total of three school houses made…which isn’t always easy in a 5th wheel!!

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See what I mean…The ironing station is on the sink and the cutting station is at the other end of the cupboard!

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And look where I sew…yup, in the bedroom!!  Got to love it!!

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Hope your wheels are going round and round too!

Have a terrific Tuesday and Happy Quilting!~P

20 comments:

  1. I love your school houses! makes me want to make some and in a 5th wheel! I think it might give them more movement!

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  2. Nice to have more room for quilting than you had before. We need a truck that can pull one, before we can get one, lol. Might be easier to get a winnie, lol.

    Debbie

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  3. Yes you do have tight quarters P. With all those houses you should have more room though, shouldn't you? lol. Have been enjoying your pictures from the RV craftshow and Temecula(wasn't that the blindeye to the Visa day?)

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  4. I love your little school houses! Look what you can get done- while traveling!!!

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  5. The schoolhouses are tiny and lovely!

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  6. I have several of those tray tables you are using for your sewing machine.
    Your houses are cute!

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  7. Love your blocks and how nice that you have the room to sew...It looks perfect!
    Micki

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  8. You might have little room but you're making it work and that's all that counts!:) When we really love something, we find a way! Love your little houses- it will be sooo cute when you get it finished! Thanks for sharing the pictures from the quilt stores too!!

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  9. thanks for sharing your quilting room with us!!..nice way to improvise!!..funny, my word verification is pressers!

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  10. Well done. Your school house blocks look great! :)

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  11. Paulette....I am sorry I haven't been in San Diego this year during your visit.....I hope that you got to visit The Country Loft while you have been "snow birding".
    Happy Sewing...Jo Ann

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  12. I was so in love with your little school house pattern (but not the lack of instructions) that I surfed the web last night to find my own free pattern. Then I got really distracted .... free.... patterns OMG! So thanks for the peek at your progress because that has now got me on track - I am going to make a school house cushion, now just got to find what I did with that free pattern! Happy quilting Sue SA.

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  13. It is amazing what we quilters can accomplish in small places!

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  14. Love those schoolhouses! Amazing space you set up for yourself, tiny as it was. Where there's a will there's a way! I couldn't help noticing Hugh Jackman on your tv. I don't know that I would get much quilting done with him on the screen...lol

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  15. Looks like an excellent use of your space to me! Don't let those blocks go down the drain!

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  16. The schoolhouse blocks are coming along very nicely Paulette. Great 'studio' you have when you are on the road.

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  17. Love em!
    Paulette..if you get back to that shop before April would you grab me a pattern and I'll reimburse ya! Thanks!!!!

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