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Sunday Sevens #55

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What a busy week!

Here are this week’s Sunday Sevens as organised by Nat at Threads & Bobbins – seven photos that sum up your week that otherwise wouldn’t be enough to make a full blog post.

Although, this week, I could write an entire blog post about every photo but just don’t have the time:)

Here goes: –

  1. No.1 Son graduated from Plymouth University with a 2.1 in Business Studies. He’s already got his first post-degree position in Marketing. Here he is with his sister.

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2. Celebratory post ceremony meal back at our local pub.

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3. Work continues at the weekends on the sun room. No.3 Son is helping daddy build….

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4. …..whilst No.2 Son does cross stitch with mummy!

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5. Lunch with Granddad in his care home. The Boys didn’t drink the whisky.

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6. Stocking up my other Folksy shop, ‘Artyzan Crafts’, which sells accessories made from upcyled materials only.

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7. My exciting new venture – I’ve opened a sewing school!

After a LOT of planning the first courses are starting after half term. Website is done but not all sections are completed yet. If you fancy a nose, click on the pictures or follow this link – The Stitch Academy.

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50 thoughts on “Sunday Sevens #55

  1. Whoa, a sewing school!!

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  2. Congrats to Number One Son! Great week of photos of your lovely family, and how wonderful that you are offering sewing to both girls and boys. Back in the not-always-so-good old days, nobody would have considered that.

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  3. A sewing school – that’s fantastic! How exciting – all the very best for a successful new venture.

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  4. All the best for your fab new project, great idea. Congrats to No 1 son on his graduation, you must be a very proud Mama.

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  5. What a fantastic week you’ve had! You must be very proud of your children and yourself.

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  6. Wow! You are so hard working – congratulations all round! I hope your internet stitching education venture is a huge success and many families sign up to learn to knit and stitch together πŸ™‚

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  7. Your daughter is just your double! What a wonderful week with family time. Had a peak at new venture – sounds brilliant, well organised & fun. Good luck! πŸ™‚

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  8. It’s such a good job you have sooo much Vit C on hand nearby….otherwise I don’t know how you would keep up the energy each week?? – always so busy!!! πŸ™‚ Congrats to Son No.1 Proud you must be of ALL YOUR CHILDREN!! Love your up cycled makes too! Some Great family times and wishing you lots of success in your new venture :-D!!!!! LOL…more Vit C needed….when is the sloe gin ready?? πŸ˜‰

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    • Sloe gin won’t be ready ’til Christmas, unfortunately, so I’ll have to up my intake of GandT – the lemon in that counts, surely? Trouble is with being this busy, I didn’t actually get any sewing done last week, just a little bit of knitting in the evenings, so I’ve got nothing to blog about! Thank goodness for Sunday Sevens:)

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  9. Congratulations on opening your sewing school. It’s a dream of mine too. Good luck and I will be following along. Maybe it will be the nudge I need to take the leap.

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    • Thank you! My ultimate dream is to run a B+B with residential sewing courses, but this comes a close second. I’m running classes from the kitchen table (it’s huge) at the moment but, if it goes well, we’ll put a log cabin in the garden and run the school from there.

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  10. Congratulations to your son – you must be a very proud mum. And wow a stitching school – good on you. Good luck – may it flourish!

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    • Thank you – I am very proud, he’s worked so hard and deserves it. A job within three months of finishing Uni, too. That doesn’t often happen nowadays. The flyers and posters for the sewing sewing school are being printed today and I’ve already got some students lined up just from chatting to mums in the playground – I can’t quite believe it’s actually happening!

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  11. Congrats to the number one son!!! That is suberb! You can line all your kiddos up and tell you are their mum! I love to see when families spend lots of time together not to mention learn things together. I am so excited to see how your new adventure starts out. I will be right there rooting you on with my cheerleading pom-poms! I am proud of you. πŸ™‚

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    • Thanks Robin, I think the ‘looks’ genes must be stronger on my side of the family as, although my older children have a different father to The Boys, they all look very alike – and very like me! I’m picturing you with pom poms doing the high kicks now! Thank you for your support:)

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  12. What an exciting week! Best of luck on the sewing school and congrats to your son on his accomplishment!

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  13. What an exciting week!!! Congratulation for everything!!! 😎😎😎

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  14. I love the contrast between pics 3 and 4 hehe. Well done to no. 1 son! And to you too on your new venture – wow it looks fab, good luck with it! πŸ™‚

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  15. WOW congratulations, a sewing school, the graduation, stocking up your store, what a whirlwind of a week, good luck with everything ❀

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  16. So much going on in this post! Congrats to no 1 first. Your stitching school sounds amazing, what a fun thing to do, although I’m sure it has involved a lot of hard work already πŸ˜‰

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  17. What gorgeous offspring you have. Congratulations to no 1 son. And huge congratulations on the the new venture. I’m sure it will be a great success.

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  18. Congratulations on your new adventure! Wow a sewing school! You must be really excited about it. It is nice that you have classes for kids, too! Better to start them early, right? And aww, isn’t it sweet that your son spends time cross-stitching with you?

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  19. There’s a lot of congratulations in this post – congrats to son No 1 and to you for your new venture! It will be great to hear about it all πŸ™‚ I LOVE son No 3’s face in the second photo!!

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