Good afternoon everyone,
Does anyone else remember the song we used to sing while playing “two baller” against any available high wall when we were kids?
It went like this……
Jelly on a plate, jelly on a plate, wibbly wobbly wibbly wobbly, jelly on a plate.
Fly on the wall, fly on the wall, knock it off, knock it off, fly on the wall.
Do you know any more verses? There were lots. I bet you knew loads of other two baller or playground songs too.
OK that’s the nostalgia over for today. I have a problem which I suspect cannot be solved. However, if you can help me solve it, I’ll be over the moon! Here goes.
Look at the state of these cutting mats.
My new mats are on the bottom, centimetres on one side and inches on the other but I love my old mats. They’ve gone all wibbly wobbly . Now, I can hear you all telling me off for doing the unthinkable and I know it’s all my fault that they’ve ended up like this. Have I made your blood pressure rise? The time has come to replace them anyway because they aren’t repairing themselves as they used to but I’d still like to make use of them on my sewing table next to, or even under, my mean green sewing machine. Any suggestions on how to get them flat again will be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance!
I’m still working on the batik blocks with partial seams from the previous post and they are looking lush. I’ve got 18 finished and I need 35. Then I’ll decide whether to include sashing. No need to rush decisions is there?
Finally, just a quick mention to all my lovely new readers from around the world. Welcome aboard! If you haven’t already found me on Facebook and Instagram, see if you can find me over there. You’ll get more sneaky peeks of up and coming projects and I’d love to see what you are up to as well. I bet you can guess my name 😉 I love to read your comments and emails so keep them coming. Isn’t blogging fun?