Saturday, November 22, 2014
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PUTTING IT TOGETHER
I said my goodbyes yesterday; it seems I anticipate the visit for so long and then it goes by in the blink of an eye! We sure did pile a ...
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...
The red Rain Lilies are starting to bloom! They are very pretty and have a bit more sweet aroma thant he white striped ones. We've had...
Your quilting is magnificent. That is going to be one lucky baby!ReplyDelete
You did it! My quilt is packed and ready to come to your house! So glad Dad could repair the needle -- not fun. See you soon!!! :)ReplyDelete
My goodness! Quite a marathon,ReplyDelete
Thank God for handy husbands!
I love the turtle in your quilt. So cute!ReplyDelete
The quilt looks great!ReplyDelete
lovely finish on the quilt and good save on the knitting needle.ReplyDelete
I love that turtle!!!!! That is a beautiful quilt!ReplyDelete
that quilt is so cool, esp. from the back:) I hope the needle still works - I snapped one of my dpn and had to knit with 2/3s of the broken and sanded one until I could get a new set - not very practical, when you have to watch the stitches on that needle like a hawk - but I managed to finish the sock!ReplyDelete