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An Idea from Pat Results in Her a New Quilt

My good friend,  Pat, one day about 2 weeks ago, sent me a picture of a bird machine embroidered/thread painted on some flowers. She said it would be a good pattern for wood burning. Well, I was sitting by the … Continue reading

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Sacred Heart Mini Sewing Classes

For National Catholic Schools Week, Margaret and I were asked to do a little mini course in sewing for two classes at Sacred Heart. We used white fabric and red embroidery floss. I had drawn off  a few patterns for … Continue reading

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My Show and Tell from Houston

We always have Show and Tell each night at Houston. There are several reasons for doing it, but the main one is someone always finds something you need and they usually remember where they bought it. I am so different … Continue reading

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Spring Break Antiquing

During spring break I went to Conway looking for stuff for the house to replace after the lightning strike. After shopping all day I stopped at a flea market on the way home. I found a chair for the living room … Continue reading

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Mountian People Have Inside Yard Sale

( I just found this old post I hadn’t published. It was in the fall.) This weekend the people on the mountain had a yard sale at the old Buchanan clinic. Good thing. It rained all morning. After I exercised I went … Continue reading

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Coloring with The Group at Susan’s this Week

I guess we are getting older. It’s harder for “The Group” to get together. The main body of our group have been together for years.  We disbanded for a while and then some of us got back together, asked some new people … Continue reading

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Old Needlepoint Bell Pull with Fancy Hardware

One of the reasons I love going to flea markets and antique stores, is the fact some dealers have no clue what they price some things. When I was in Tontitown I found a needlepoint bell pull. I have several, but … Continue reading

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