Thursday, February 26, 2009

I'd rather be sewing...

instead I'm trying to find a means to keep my purse

from being empty!
Job ads and resumes are a part of my days at the moment. Trying to find a fit for my skills and wondering what you do to keep your purse full?
** The purse is made from a vintage sheet and quilting cotton. Pattern is from Sew Pretty Christmas Homestyle.**

13 comments:

  1. I am sending over a lot of energy to hold on and keep up with resume-sending and I am adding a lot of good luck to find ways to fill up that purse very very soon.

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  2. Good luck with a job! Right now I'm in sales which isn't ideal but it pays the bills. I know many crafters start by doing small craft shows maybe open an etsy store and then as your business grows you could do it full time.

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  3. Good luck with the jobs. Love the purse.

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  4. Job hunting can be hard. Then again , so can jobs I guess. Good luck ! Hope you find something that fits perfectly...

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  5. Good luck to you - may you find a job that gets you a full purse and where you feel fine and find it interesting too.
    I keep my purse full by working in a bakery, baking bread.

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  6. Sending lots of good job-finding vibes.
    Are you looking for crafty type work or do you have a multitude of other skills we don't know about?
    Andi :-)

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  7. Good luck with the job haunting! Hope the perfect position comes along soon.

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  8. Lovely little purse! I work at a bank as a teller. We have a part time opening right now! :0)

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  9. This little purse is too cute for words!

    I'm sending over my heart-felt wishes for beautiful new doors to open and opportunities to abound.... As you sow wonderful things into other people's lives, may it come back to you many-fold!

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  10. I love that book, Sew Pretty Christmas Homestyle. I saw it in Barnes and Noble and digested quite a bit of it, but didn't buy it. Anyway, I like what you've done with the little purse. Very cute. Linda

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  11. How did I miss your last posts?!...You have made beautiful things, I love the stitchery and the baby blanket, so sweet, and this little bag is lovely. I wish all the luck you need to get the job that suits you. Have a great weekend!

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  12. good luck with the job hunt!!!

    i'm trying to NOT buy fabric for the entire month of march (or hopefully longer!!!)...but i'm not too confident that it will happen.

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  13. I'm trying to catch up with all your updates, so I'm sorry this comment is coming so late! You create so many beautiful items, have you thought of selling them? Granted you may still need to go the "real job" route, but it could be a great way to earn some fun money for craft supplies! :) Good luck with it all!

    While I'm at home with my little one my only means to keep the purse full is to not spend. I try to think of saving money as my job.

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