Monthly Archives: October 2008


Snow was in the forecast for today, and it appears to be correct because Annie (she’s eight) just came in very excited. “It’s snowing!!!”  Of course, everyone had to rush outside to see! I can’t really complain because we had … Continue reading

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I haven’t stopped stitching (I did more on Ann Grimshaw last night) but in the meantime, I made a small wallhanging for my niece.  I left one pumpkin for her to carve   🙂 My problem is I love my quilting, … Continue reading

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Beautiful Fall days!

  The weather has been so beautiful lately. The colors are incredible here, russet, gold, peach and pale green! Rain is in the forecast for tomorrow though. It will be a good excuse to sit quietly and do a little … Continue reading

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New Projects

I found out something about myself. I love starting new things! I love picking out fabrics and threads to go with them. It is fun imagining the different looks with different backgrounds and fibers. I also enjoy reading other people’s … Continue reading

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I have been fascinated…

by the Vierlanden samplers on Sabine’s site (Samplers Berlin). They are beautiful! I thought, why can’t I find a reproduction chart that one of my great-grandmothers or great-great-aunt, or cousin, may have stitched? My great great grandparents came to America … Continue reading

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