Wednesday 11 September 2019

WOYWW 536: No Change in the Shed

Welcome to my weekly link up with Julia at the Stamping Ground, leader of the WOYWW phenomenon which has been going for over 10 years. 
My desk is rather boring this week I am afraid.  I am in the middle of sample making, so can't show you what I was up to yesterday. 
Eva and I did manage to get together earlier in the day.  This year our timetables do not mesh well at all and we can only get together in the shed once a fortnight.  I did remember to take a photo of the other side of the desk at least.  She has been working on a variety of Groovi parchment projects recently that are all WIPs as you can see.
I haven't got an updated picture of the shed.  The poor weather means that nothing new has been accomplished since last week, unless you count some masking tape being placed around the windows.  On the work front, I have now met nearly every one of my new classes for this academic year and a most pleasant bunch they all are too.
I'll be round to visit either this evening after work or in the morning.  Happy WOYWW.


Neet said...

That's a stroke of luck, you having nice classes for this coming year. Hope they continue to be so. Shame you cannot show us some of your work but it is good to be able to see what Eva has been up to. Looks as if she is one busy lady.
Hugs, Neet 1 xx

Helen said...

Shame you and Eva won't be able to meet up so much but glad your students seem good! thanks for the early visit; I am home now but will get out and about a bit - possibly not today as it is dull and rain is forecast, so will do some jobs around here and enjoy the rest of the week. Helen #3

Claire said...

All that crafty busyness is far from boring!!
Happy WOYWW :)
Claire no. 4

Felix the Crafty Cat said...

Maybe we'll get to see some of your work another time. I know how it is because I'm often making stuff for Crafty Cardmakers and just have to hide them until the challenges go live. Eva's work is lovely so thank her for sharing it with us. Wishing you a happy week and a great woyww, Angela x9x P.S. I'm going shed hunting today, know you'll understand xXx

shazsilverwolf said...

Hi Sarah, look forward to seeing the inisshed samples when you can show them. Shame your timetables don't give you much tie to craft together. Hopefully the classes will remain good for the year! Have a lovely week, hugs, Shaz #6 X

Lillianb said...


Glad you have a nice class this year and hope it continues all year,
Loving the Groovi cards

Lilian B #7

Glenda said...

Lovely projects coming along on Eva's portion of the desk! I'm glad your classes seem to be good ones this year, that is always important!
Glenda #13

Caro said...

What a shame your timetables don't mesh as well this year, but I am glad that you have a nice bunch of students this year. Loving Eva's side of the desk this week - her WIP look great. Hope you have a good week. With love & God Bless. Caro xxx (#10)

April said...

Glad your classes are all set up and love the parchment pieces.
April #18

Shaz in Oz.CalligraphyCards said...

Sarah, both you and Eva certainly keep busy, am really loving Eva’s work on the Groovi, looks great. Glad your new classes are nice too, few help, doesn’t it?
Happy WOYWW. Thanks for sharing, Shaz in Oz.x #15

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Lindart said...

Glad you are making good use of the shed! The parchment projects of Eva's are beautiful.You must be thrilled to have such lovely classes this year! Have a great week, Lindart #21

Dorlene Durham said...

Interesting stuff on your side and your friend's side of the "desk". Have a wonderful week! Dorlene #22

Shoshi said...

What a pity that you and Eva can't meet up so regularly at the moment, Sarah. I know how much you value those times together! There are some interesting things going on in the shed at the moment, I can see! Thank you for your encouraging comment, and your "Live long and prosper" remark made me smile! I think the kitties would have a problem getting their paws to make that particular sign! They were at it again this evening while we were watching Voyager. I hope not to keep everyone waiting too long with the teabags but this evening I was back on the slippers again!

Happy belated WOYWW,
Shoshi #11

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

As I retired educator, I miss my daily interactions with the students. Sorry to hear there hasn't been much advancement on the work on your shed. Happy belated WOYWW!