Monthly Archives: January 2010

Stash Report—Jan2010

This week was a good week…..kept on track with quilting client quilts……even did one of my own that is going to be donated in Feb…finished binding the wholecloth……This week I’m going to set up the photo stand in my DD’s … Continue reading

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Flower watch

  Its still alive…….it still surprises me that I’ve managed to keep it alive this long.                                         later……. 43 Things Tags: … Continue reading

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It’s alive….yet.

I don’t have a green thumb……I’ve never ben able to keep plants alive in my home……maybe something about needing basic care….like water…..to survive.     Before Christmas I bought an Amaryllis… and I got it planted….and much to my surprise, I’ve kept … Continue reading

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Stash Report

I did get to participate in the quiltathon that Judy is hosting this weekend.   Yesterday I didn’t get much accomplished, only because I also did corporate tax work, laundry and a few other little projects that needed my attention.   I … Continue reading

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It’s done—–just about

After about 4 and 1/2 intense days….the wholecloth is done…..today the binding went on and I have the hand sewing left….and it will need to be blocked…..hopefully by the weekend I’ll be able to get pictures……..I want it done before … Continue reading

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Week 2

  Sometimes I wonder what makes me tick……of all the quilt tops waiting for me to finish them I chose a whole cloth with a bunch of straightline work…..and of course I thought why do all that work with a … Continue reading

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Welcome Sugar Pie Sista’s

Thank you for coming…I enjoy having you for a visit. Today we are making Folded Tree Napkins for your holiday table.   These are fast, fun and will provide several years of holiday use.   You will need basic sewing skills to … Continue reading

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