I see we share a birthday...Happy Birthday. I also have a dog Gracie. She's a black Lab and is the biggest baby you will ever meet. My husband has tried to make a hunting dog out of her, but that is always a disaster. So he takes Nellie (our other Lab) hunting and Gracie and I play ball, which is her greatest love. Have a great day! (and your grandson's are adorable)
The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!
Connie, I relate to your disease in so many ways as my cancer is so rare that many Dr. have no clue when I talk about it. So finding the means to control the pain is a major issue and struggle. There are so few of us with my cancer that many have been treated like they have Fibo. for the pain issues. Like yours any day is a hand at the cards. I pray what ever treatment you are on it brings you release from the pain and torture.
Thanks for the Attitude applause. I think it really is Faith talking mostly. As I do get scared at times. I am positive you have seen these. We call them rag blankets, but others call them Tie blankets? The rag blankets I made were out of flannel that I bought (Wal-Mart) with the printed panels on them. Each for my grandson favorite characters. All I did was get enough for a twin bed, then you cut all around the sides every 2 inches a straight cut up toward the middle of the blanket about 2 inches and then once you get that all done you tie the little ends together. Believe it or not those knots do NOT come out. The blankets last for ever. It is fun, now sewing, and the kids love them. Made great easy gifts for baby quilts too.