Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Just Stuff


overdye:
the teals were formerly dyed light purples
the greens ...lighter greens, tans golds
purple was purple (hideous in real life)

two out of three successes!

today there is more overdyeing
of the formerly overdyed


my kind of butcher shop

 
  today I'm finally dropping off 
all of Mom's puzzles 
the folks at the Alzheimer's Network Center 
are happy to receive them!

Scrubbing up kitchen stuff next
will pack away for church rummage sale next year
I don't bake anymore...
Mom was an excellent baker of everything
keeping a few really old unique pans

Little by little 

if you're my FB friend apologies 
for posting some of the same stuff all the time
my non FB friends are here 
 

9 comments:

Jacque. said...

Love your overdyeing of the overdyed! I used to do that...all those years ago. Purging is sometimes difficult, but always good when you're done. xo

Unknown said...

Indeed, like healing, "little by little." I got great comfort in donating much of my mother's lace making supplies to her former guild. Your mother's puzzles will be so appreciated by others...As you purge, your world will continue to get lighter and "Lighter...."

Jacqueline said...

I enjoy your blog and FB. No need to apologize to me.

Rugs and Pugs said...

I need to purge but I just keep buying more...sigh.
Hugs :)
Lauren

C Reeder PhxAz said...

Your non FB fans thank you!!! I love your postings.

jan said...

Kelley, hope you took time from dyeing and purging to watch Outlander. Love that series. Jan

marly said...

This year has been an unbelievable watermelon fest. Husband cubes 1/2 at a time, and I eat the entire melon half in two days. I must have gone through 20 so far this year.

And this is a stupid question, but something I've always wondered. Your wool purchases are various colors, and then you change them for a specific project? Or because you no longer like the color? Or do you acquire fabric with the intention to dye?

WoolenSails said...

Love your new colors, I need to get some dying done too, especially while it is still warm, so I can do it on the porch.

Debbie

elaine allerton said...

Great colors, kelley! Always get a chuckle from ur cats header!!
Love , love ,,, them all,, thanks for sharing, ,