So here it is without any paint. The ovens cannot go in until the cupboard is painted so the sitting room has the two ovens and the warming drawer stacked in it. They have made me some temporary worktops which I slapped a coat of paint on just so the particle board doesn't blow (that's a technical term referring to it expanding if it gets wet). If you are bored to smithereens by the tale of my kitchen, just wait until we get to the 'watching paint dry ' phase,
I have been doing a little quilting and I want to show you how effective it can be to use a bobbin thread. This one is Invisafil from Wondafil, for me it behaves better than Bottomline, it might even be the same stuff but wound onto mini cones rather than tightly onto a spool. It is even happy being used on the top of a quilt through the needle. And when you use it, the stitches themselves disappear and the back takes on an embossed look.