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06 December 2012

You Gotta Know When to Fold 'Em


A big thanks to all of you for the years of creative inspiration! 

After three years of blog posts the kids' closets are full and my idea jar is empty. It's time for me to get outside (hello exercise, old friend!) and spend more time with my family.  I will leave the blog archives up for a little while and maybe I'll pop back in now and then with a project.   It's been soooo nice knowing you all. 

                                    xoxo Cynthia

23 comments:

Avery's Mama said...

I check your blog often and have loved your honesty about the ups and downs of crafting. I love that you have posted the oops projects as well as your successes. You will be missed!

LB3K said...

You are awesome! We will all miss you! Take care,

Leisel

Deb said...

You will be missed! I so enjoyed all your ideas, projects and your great sense of humor.

Sharleen said...

Sorry to see you go, we will miss you. Thank you for all your tutorials and ideas you have shared, I have learned alot. Enjoy the extra time with your family!

Merry Mama said...

Nooooooo....! :) I guess there is a season for everything, isn't there. Will miss your voice.

Sabrina said...

:( I will miss ya, checked your blog daily. But family time is more important. Enjoy.

Erin said...

Thanks for creating such a great place. Hope you enjoy and will miss you much.
Erin

Jill Macknicki said...

Sorry to see you go...you will be missed.
Jill

Sarah Vine said...

What? Noooo! yours is one of my favorite sewing blogs. It feels good just to see what you've felt like sewing today, and join in over here. I'm loosing a friend! =0( If it makes you feel any better, I have a (birth related) blog where I hardly ever post. But I do that on purpose - I figure that if someone is looking for information of the type I provide, they are looking for quality and integrity, over quantity. So after stumbling onto my site, there is no fluff, just the good articles that hit me, a few times a YEAR. I'm still there. I still have archived information and interact with people. But the pressure if off!
Anyhow. *sniff*. Take a break over the holidays and leave the door open for re-thinking. Hug.x

Sel said...

I fear you may have one more project...you've won the Mendocino Mermaid's Giveaway on my blog, Mad Quilter's Disease!

I'm emailing you to get your address, but I do hope to see you get to use these lovely fabrics!

The Sewing Dork said...

*sniff sniff* you ladies are all so sweet!

Becky said...

ohhh noooo!!!! its so sad to not be able to log on and 'check up' on you...:(((

BUT i wish you lots of fun, joy and peace and enjoyment in what you are planning to do....

just keep in touch every so often...
hugs
becky

MacGyver's Lovechild said...

I learned a lot from your experiments. Thanks!
Ps. I have heard of this exercise thing.... May check it out in future!

MacGyver's Lovechild said...

I learned a lot from your experiments. Thanks!
Ps. I have heard of this exercise thing.... May check it out in future!

shelleydf73 said...

Awe!! I love your blog! But understand that things come up and we all have families to focus our attention on. Please keep in touch when you can! Shelley in Louisiana.

Melissa said...

so sad! :( You are the only craft blog I follow regularly because you post stuff I could actually do! and b/c I have daughters around the same age. You will truly be missed.

:o) mg said...

I agree with the others... we will miss you! Also, I completely understand. All the best!

Jennifer S said...

I understand your reasons but you will be missed. I have recently taken up hula hooping for exercise. It's pretty great, you should try it out.

Carla Belyea said...

I look forward to your occasional posting of your sewing creations.

Christals Creations said...

I just found your blog tonight and you are done. I will look forward to reading back on your last few years of posts.

miamihoney said...

Best wishes on all of your future endeavors, tanks for all that you have shared :)

nahidworld said...

Those who love to create will find sewing a worthwhile hobby to pursue. You can work with items as simple as cross stitch designs, or even make your own clothing. The type of sewing supplies that you will need depend on the area of sewing that you intend to pursue.
Thanks……

Dede said...

Oh no you can't go! I just found your blog and LOVE it! I did follow, you know, just in case you decide to share something new with us. I am loving seeing all of these great things and am going to make a couple of these skirts for my grand daughter, she will love them. Thank you so much for sharing! I only wish I had found you blog sooner. :(
(((HUGS)))