Wednesday, July 28, 2010
In All Their Glory
Caleb won the golf game; he has come into his own on the course; we stuffed ourselves on the roasted chicken dinner and headed home! Lovely day, guys!
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I had so much fun making a coaster from the Diamond Dotz kit. A very relaxing way to spend an hour! I also whipped up another Shop Hop Bloc...
I sent for two quilts from Quilts for Kids and this is the first kit I wanted to do. They supply all of the fabric and backing, you do the ...
I've had the pleasure of finishing several pieces off the quilting frame lately! This log cabin pumpkin runner is on the table finall...
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You know, I really winced with I saw the yarn mess. I was so lucky with Neil - he never bothered my yarn or fiber.ReplyDelete
Those morning clories are beautiful! I want a sweater in those colors!
The gray yarn looks really nice - can't wait to see it on the loom.
BAD CATS!!! Somehow I doubt they were sorry...ReplyDelete
The morning glories are amazing. I have always loved them but had forgotten just how 'wow' they are. They are on my to-do list for spring!!!
Yikes! the yarn looks painful, glad you could untangle it even though it's patched together, bad kitties, poor mommy.ReplyDelete
Love the colors of the morning glories very deep rich tones.
Glorious morning glories! And naughty kitties - but cute.ReplyDelete
oh no, I'd have murder on my mind for that! luckily schindler isn't interested at all and neither are the dogs (they might sit on the knitting if it drops, but so far there hasn't been any damage:))ReplyDelete
the morning glory looks so perfect - it could be artificial!