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Thursday, 16 October 2008

lost crafting mojo!!

is it just me? I think it might be! i have loads to do, quilting, knitting, stitching, but somehow when the days get shorter and the evenings longer, and you therefore think you have more time in the evening to do the above, all i want to do is curl up by the fire and sleep!!
i think it could be that as my time during the day is shorter i have to cram it all in and work twice as fast!


oh by the way brenda http://pumpkinpatchprimitivesquiltshoppe is having a halloween giveaway!

oooooo... i hope this link is a successful link!! well,, sorry if its not! It is late for me, time i was in bed!!




Gina said...

I always find it hard to work in the evenings too. I can't use the sewing machine but can just about manage some crochet whilst curled up in front of the fire.

Louise said...

I think i must be the opposite! When its sunny, i never do anything because i want to be outside, and when its cold and dark, i like to sit and sew like an old lady by the fire!

I'm sure your mojo is lurking somewhere, it may just need to conquer Dr Crafting Evil to get it back!

Lucy Locket-Pocket said...

Oh your mojo will soon be back - go ask Trashy for a new one, she's very generous at giving them out!

Hope you have a lovely weekend. Lucy x

Lesley said...

Ask Trashy to rub her magic lamp!! She's great at passing on the mojo!

I see Lucy Locket has had the same idea! We are, in spite of appearances to the contrary, two separate people...she just copies me :-)

Start with something small. Before you know it that mojo wil be right back where it belongs.


Kitty said...

Evening's no time for crafting, when we're tired out from the day. I think the fading light affects me too.

Hope you get that mojo back soon! x

Anonymous said...

Its harder to stitch under electric lights,
As days do seem to go quick,

LizzieJane said...

I don't like working in the evenings also, my concentration is not the same as it is during the day, and that is when I make tons of mistakes. Curling up on the couch in front of the fire is so much more enticing!