Common Threads met at Lynda's this past week.
The quilt my friends and I worked on together for Habitat for Humanity's local fundraiser arrived in its new home and is installed on the wall.…Continue
Well, it was a busy week. No Vintage Stitchers, no Common Threads, but the H-word, Thanksgiving dinner, cooking, eating and guests. I did finish Vroni's turtleneck, though.
It's that time again!…Continue
As always, there were some lovely projects to see at Vintage Stitchers.
What a week!…Continue
I finally made it back to my quilting group, Vintage Stitchers. We met at Diane's She had this lovely…Continue
"Think Pink" days continued through Friday. You may remember that Mandy made mittens for Dolly and surprised her with them on Monday.
Monday was a holiday, so we took the pups to Run-A-Muk Dog Park, so they could have a good run. …
I did get away from the dolls for a little while this week, but not before Vroni unplugged my computer.
Or maybe she was trying to keep the…Continue
Vintage Stitchers met at Barbara's on Thursday. Carol had an interesting quilt.
To finish the Therapy Animals of Utah doll with a flourish: …
I'm leading off with Vintage Stitchers this week...…Continue
Have a seat, and we'll chat. …Continue
You may remember that someone from Therapy Animals of Utah saw the clothes for the Habitat dolls on Facebook and asked me to dress a doll for their silent auction, too.
Zoey came to live with me until I finish…Continue
Carter has gone to stay with my contact person from Habitat for Humanity, but I still had more to do.…
Common Threads met at Carol's.
She had this great quilt top finished. It was made from a pack of 19th Century Reproduction fabrics from a fabric/fiber museum, which has since closed. I was…Continue
Rebecca is at it again.…Continue
Unlike at Lake Wobegon, it was not a quiet week at our place. Monday was spent washing all the sheets, towels and quilts we use in the trailer and giving it a good cleaning. Tuesday I CO another doll cardigan as we took the trailer back to its resting place.…Continue
Camping trips to the Uintas are usually low-drama, because we don't have to travel far from our home to reach beautiful campgrounds close to lakes for swimming and trails for hiking. This adventure was a little different.…Continue