Monthly Archives: November 2008

Happy Thanksgiving

  Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you all have a wonderful holiday and eat lots of turkey, pumpkin pie and stuffing! And, when you are full, may you have time to sit and put up your feet and enjoy some time … Continue reading

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New Start

I am making some progress on my Quaker Ann Grimshaw, but I am starting so many new things! I just love needlework. Here is Ann: I ordered one of these kits from Amy at Down Sunshine Lane and it came … Continue reading

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Stitching and Stuff

I am thinking of doing Sarah Spence on this new London Mist Legacy linen. I am not sure about some of the colors…I used Vikki Clayton’s silk conversion. What do you think??? The picture is a bit grainy but I … Continue reading

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Reading and Sewing

I have had to rest a lot more lately and so I am reading a lot. I am enjoying Daphne duMaurier’s novels once again. I don’t know which one of her novels is my favorite; I like them all!  She is … Continue reading

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Grape Jelly

We had a superabundant grape harvest this year! We made lots of grape jelly and home-canned grape juice! I have been sewing tablerunners. I found a really quick and easy pattern at our local quilt shop and it works up … Continue reading

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God Bless America

Today is election day! It is warm here and cloudy, although the sun was out this morning. It is so nice to have it warm again.  Next week looks like another cool and rainy week, with even a bit of … Continue reading

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Recuperating

I am recovering from laser surgery on my leg. I keep telling myself, in a few days you will be glad you did it! After all, modern technology is pretty incredible. However I am sore and uncomfortable and hobbling around. … Continue reading

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