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June 11, 2020
Following Instructions & Other Random Thoughts from Where Art & Life Meet

I’m not very good at following instructions. There. I said it. And here’s the kicker. Even when they’re my instructions, I still find it difficult. You see, there’s a playful, fun loving, always curious voice inside my head saying to me, “yeah, but wouldn’t it be more fun if we did it this other way?”… Continue reading Following Instructions & Other Random Thoughts

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May 28, 2020
#StayAtHome aka When Will it End & Other Musings from Where Art & Life Meet

New Yorkers are a resourceful group for the most part, but we are also impatient, easily distracted, and busy. We are very, very busy. Don’t ask us what’s our hurry, you’ll be met with a bleary-eyed scowl of contempt. Don’t believe me? Ever walked down a street in mid-town Manhattan in the middle of the… Continue reading #StayAtHome aka When Will it End & Other Musings

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April 11, 2020
Signed, Sealed and Delivered! from From the Strawberry Patch...

The year was 1970, it was a Saturday morning, I was a junior in high school. My mother answered the door to receive an Easter floral arrangement from her employer at the time. After she closed the door she called to me from the kitchen and asked me if I knew the boy delivering flowers for the local florist shop. I glanced out the living room window and saw him walking back down our walkway

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Signed, Sealed and Delivered! from From the Strawberry Patch...

The year was 1970, it was a Saturday morning, I was a junior in high school. My mother answered the door to receive an Easter floral arrangement from her employer at the time. After she closed the door she called to me from the kitchen and asked me if I knew the boy delivering flowers for the local florist shop. I glanced out the living room window and saw him walking back down our walkway

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November 3, 2019
Two Cute Kid's Quilts & Leisure Activities from caledonia quilter

Cute little cars, quilted with a panto.  This will make a great baby quilt for some little person.

Embroidered bears in an assortment of activities.

Given all the work that went into this beautiful embroidery, custom quilting was certainly warranted.

Leisure this month was an evening with my Red Hat girls.  After dinner out, we went to the museum for a MUMMY UNWRAPPING.  Honest to goodness.

Eeeuwww...

If you're like me, living in blissful ignorance, you may be surprised to learn that you can BUY mummies.  Yep.  Because, I mean, who wouldn't want one in their living room ...

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October 13, 2019
The Cat Quilt and A Life Update from caledonia quilter

This was so much fun to work on.

The saving grace was that the maker brought a folder of quilting ideas along with the quilt.


There was a lot of negative space for me to play.


The quilting that replicates the brick floor was a technique I learned in a class with Jodi Robinson.  I've used that design more than I ever expected.

LIFE UPDATE
Things have been pretty hectic around here for the past 6 weeks.  Hubby was helping a friend and had an unfortunate accident that is limiting his activities and requiring physio appointments twice a week ...

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November 28, 2017
A Wife's Secert to Happiness Week 11 Chapter 11 - Encouragement from Renewing Mrs. Sew & Sew

Hi Friends,
I am glad you came over to my blog to get weekly encouragement.
We are in the bible study A Wife's Secret to Happiness and we are in week 11 and reading chapter 11.

Our verse for this week is:

"Most blessed among women....."
Judges 5:24






Here is your encouragement video for this week.


                                   



I hope you have had a great Thanksgiving. We have so much to be thankful for don't we? I think we are truly "Most blessed among women" 

I look forward to seeing you all this Thursday night November the 30th at ...

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