Wednesday, 18 May 2022

Sewing

 


Gawd it was a busy shift, somewhat fraught and rather stressful 

I’m now drinking a huge gin with a wonderful long slice of cucumber 

Watching Sewing Bee

I’d love to meet the three presenters over dinner

24 comments:

  1. veg artist10:23 pm

    It's shaping up into a really good series this year. Ahhh, maxi dresses. Those were the days.

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  2. Barbara Anne10:26 pm

    Mama said there''d be days like this ... sorry it was today and am glad you have a G&T to ease things.
    I sewed today but nothing to do with clothes so I'd not be on The Sewing Bee.

    Hugs!

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  3. Yes I watched it too. I think the right one went but am sad for him because he really did want to stay in. I was also pleased that the woman with an arm missing won garment of the week. She was so pleased.

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  4. I think it would be a fun evening x

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    1. I have a feeling a competition coming on

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    2. Are you applying for The Sewing Bee John?

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    3. Anonymous11:17 pm

      Fucking hell flis …no , he’s going to do the who would you have for dinner game

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    4. Anonymous6:05 am

      John even does his own Anonymous comments.

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    5. Not me I’m afraid

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  5. I like Marni, the vet ..... also, Cristian ..... Brogan is good but her voice grates a bit !!! XXXX

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  6. Anonymous11:32 pm

    I miss Joe Lycett !

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  7. It's not the kind of show that I would choose to watch but Shirley likes it. I think that Sarah Pascoe is a much better presenter than that Lycett bloke because she is nice to the participants and seems genuinely interested in fabric craft. For Lycett it just seemed like an ego trip.

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  8. I disliked that Lycett fellow. Glad to see the back of him.

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  9. I don't quite understand why, but I really like that show. I tend to watch the repeats. I suppose it's the creative process which appeals, although sewing itself leaves me cold.

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  10. Sorry your shift was a trying one. A few more weeks and part-time working will be with you. More time for you and the girls! I've sewed all my life, but have never watched the Sewing Bee. I'll have to give it a go. My Dad always joked that I bought the fabric in the morning, sewed the dress in the afternoon and wore it in the evening. Never stood up to much scrutiny though! xx

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  11. I need to catch up with this series but loved the previous one. I expect they would make great dinner guests!

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  12. You are right. They would make interesting dinner guests.

    Good to chill out after a busy shift, whatever does it!

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  13. A huge gin! Now THAT is what the doctor ordered.

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  14. I fell asleep watching that last week, it was wonderful

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  15. I really enjoy watching The Sewing Bee. I think I like it more for the music and the nostalgic vibe though. x

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  16. I've only ever seen the first season of Sewing Bee. Love the show, and Ann certainly deserved the win IMHO. I don't get the outrage at her win, over the younger contestants.
    The show has not shown in the US on "regular" TV channels since, and I'd rather not watch sitting at my computer, I don't have a streaming setup to the TV (still on cable), and forget the tiny screen on the phone.
    The Repair Shop is another show I wish they'd show over here.
    Oh well, it's not like I need any more reason to sit in front of the TV instead of doing my own sewing projects.

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