Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Mojo is near

I'm still waiting for my mojo to surface, I know it's not far off. 
 I've tidied up my craft room which is usually all I need to get the stitching juices flowing again.
I've signed up for a couple of swaps so I'll dedicate some stitching time this weekend.
So watch this space, next time I'll show a picture!

13 comments:

Lorraine said...

OMGoodness.....it must have escaped from my house!!Hope it arrives soon!

Deb said...

I think if you come tidy my sewing room, you might find your mojo...and maybe mine also. I lost it somewhere in a stack of fabric!! I'm sure there is plenty of lost mojo in there for both of us!! :)

Deb

Debs said...

Sounding good Jo, bring on the weekend.

Kris said...

So impressed that you have cleaned up your space. The mojo can't be far behind that!!!

Posie Patchwork said...

Oh once you unleash yourself into that craft room you'll be firing away in the inspirational sewing department again, yahoo, love Posie

Annie said...

Yaaaaayyy, I do love to look at your piccy's :)

Ange Moore said...

Good luck with finding the mojo - sorry it wasn't discovered in your craftroom tidy-up!

Vickie said...

woohoo way to go Jo,and pictures next yeehaaaa,cheers Vickie

Kerryanne English said...

We all need a break occasionally Jo... to recharge the old batteries. When my mojo is lacking I put my energies into something else like gardening or cooking. They are still creative past times but in a diferent way.
Hugs ~ Kerryanne

Chookyblue...... said...

I need to find time and mojo at the machine........both missing........help.........reward offered for return.........

Kathy said...

Tidying the sewing room usually works for me! Nothing like sorting through and putting away to help you remind you about all the ingredients you have for a new project or (insert slightly embarrassed cough) or all the WIPs you have to get on with!

Michelle May (Shell) said...

Hmmm...we may have to send you something to get the mojo hoppin!
xx, shell

Farmyard Crafts said...

Hope it comes home soon, Jo! I think maybe you should work out where it comes from in the first place and bottle it for those times when you need a fill up!