Tuesday, March 4, 2008

How does one get back IN the saddle anyway?

I've been told that I must try to get back in the saddle. Where IS the saddle? Is there a ladder?

Does this horse go on auto pilot?

OK, I have been sitting here over an hour, backspacing some pretty painful things, so I will move on and just show you what has indeed been accomplished. Maybe tomorrow.......................You all remember the Silk? Its beautiful, and stainfree.


21 comments:

noocha said...

Hey Gina!
Good to see you today.
How did you get the stain out?
Hugs,
Linda

Desert Threads said...

The silk turned out gorgeous!! Perfect panto for this one.

Jan Thompson said...

Beautiful. Glad to see you - one day at a time. Love ya!

Smiles! Becca said...

Beautiful silk! Wondering how you got that stain out too! Take it one day at a time and dont forget we love you.

Smiles! Becca said...

Beautiful silk! Wondering how you got that stain out too! Take it one day at a time and dont forget we love you.

Vicki W said...

It's so great to see you back today! The silk quilt turned out beautifully and I'm so glad that you were able to get the stain out. That one is a big win!

Dianah said...

Hi!

Glad to see you today. Take it step by step. We love you!

Okay I have the same question, HOW did you get the stain out?

dy

DearGina said...

2 applications of overnight cornstarch, and air compressor it off... then, faint stain still there, so I Q tipped a little baby shampoo on it, left a few hours, and came back with spray bottle of rinse water. so did both work? or just one? not sure. This was the day I left for Maui.... someday, Ill tell you about THAT day...

Yvonne said...

Hi Gina....day by day, little steps at a time. It's so nice to see you.

Deb said...

The silk looks great Gina! Very elegant.

Glad to see you easing back into living your life....baby steps; and we're here to catch ya if you fall. Hugs babycakes!

Anonymous said...

Hey Chickie - nice to see you!

Nice job on the quilt.

Karen A.

Sharon Dixon said...

Beautiful job on the quilt and I'm glad you were able to get the stain out. It's good to see you easing back into quilting.

Jane said...

Gina........that quilt is beautiful. Glad to see it. I have used Orvis (cattle cleaner LOL) on oil stains before. Love ya. xoxo

Anonymous said...

Love the silk quilt. It is nice to see you back! Remember you just need to take baby steps at first.

Jackie

Anonymous said...

Gina---you are on my mind often.
TeresaL

Anonymous said...

Fabulous Gina, what a wonderful outcome..... You are in my heart, and mind always.... Sending my love to you today... Ronda

lindasteller said...

It looks just beautiful.

You start towards the saddle with baby steps. Little by little, then up the ladder, then grab hold of the stirrup, and then boost yourself up. It may take a while, but you're allowed to take your time. Big hugs and warm smiles for you Gina.

Linda

DearGina said...

Linda, ty,,,, been chanting this today
Thank u all.

Anonymous said...

Hugs to you Gina. I am glad to see you starting to live life again. I know your life will never be the same as you knew it but unfortunately or fortunately, life does go on.
Take care and that is a beautiful quilt. Such talent.

Hugsssss,
Cheryl aka Dessertcher

P.S. Whoever mentioed using Orvus for stains..I nver thought of that. I thought it was just for washing our show cows.

Jane said...

Hey Cheryl, long time no see, Its Jane aka Jeb. I wash my dog with orvus, and she comes out so white!! Check out the label, it says its suitable for washing Livestock and Fine Fabrics! Go Figure.

Anonymous said...

Hi Jane,
How are you?

And to make our cows whiter, we put bluing rinse in it. Mrs Stewart's Blue Rinse.
Nice to see..Take care

More hugs to Gina.

Cheryl aka Dessertcher

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