Hello and happy Friday. Today I wanted to speak to you about some pressing matters. Important things that have been on my mind.
That of being a homemaker. Every mother has the desire to be a good homemaker. Sometimes these matters can be quite pressing. I thought I would share a few tips with you.
Every good quilter knows that there is a difference between ‘pressing’ and ‘ironing’. What’s that you say? “Thought you’d never ask. When ironing you move the iron back and forth. This method is used to remove wrinkles from clothing.
When pressing you do exactly that. You press down with the iron but do not move it around. This method is used to press seams, as well as many other steps in quilting.
Finding the perfect tool can also be a bit taxing.
Don’t be afraid to experiment until you’ve found the perfect size for you!
As homemakers and mothers we have a lot on our plates.
Not only do we have to worry about staying within a budget. . .
but often we will make things for our homes and children to help stretch that dollar.
All this and still managing to take care of our little ones. . .
Busy, busy, busy! Yet, we still serve up the perfect pot roast.
How do we do it, I often wonder?
One things for sure. . . We must take a little ‘me’ time!
Even if it’s for something as simple as a ‘spot of tea’.
Do this and hubby will come home to a beautiful happy homemaker!
Happy Homemaking from my grandie, Saydee and Me!
*Model is not an actual homemaker. lol!
Hope you enjoyed a few of my vintage toys.
Saydee and I sure had fun playing house!
p.s. I want to thank Kerry Anne from Shabby Art Boutique for featuring me at Shabbilicious Friday (My One Weakness! post)
and Rooted in Thyme for featuring the same post.
It was also the most viewed at Pink Saturday last week.
What a nice surprise!
I will be sharing with: