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I finally finished the purse I was making. I usually go to Levenworth Wa during the winter so we can look at the lights and shop but we haven't gone in the last couple of years because of schedules at work so I gave in and bought a purse a few years ago. The grey purse on the left is the one I've been using. As you can see it doesn't stand up very well and finding anything inside, well lets just say it's an adventure. The one on the right is the purse I just finished. If the fabric looks…Continue
Last weekend we had hubby's 65th birthday party. It was a perfect day and loads of laughing! When the tree fell into the…Continue
Swap #19 is just getting underway. We have 3 signed up and hoping for more people to sign up. We can go with 3, 4, 6, or 12 in this swap. It is a miniature swap and we should have a nice wall hanging when it is finished. We will accept sign-ups until 9-5-15.
Vintage Stitchers met at Marilyn's. She met us at the door wearing this apron Barbara made for her:
She was working on a quilt for fall that will include this machine-appliquéd pumpkin block: …Continue
Block Swappers Inc. has just posted a new swap to begin 9-15-15. This one is a miniature swap. If interested, please read the Discussion Forum in the Block Swappers Inc. group. Limit of 12 in this swap!
Hubby was walking around the lake last week. He came in and grabbed his keys and headed out, about 5 minutes later he came in with this treasure:
He looked around to see if someone going to say it was a…Continue