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December 15, 2020
Seeing The Light from From the Strawberry Patch...

My last post was a November "wrap-up" post and today we are mid-way through the month of December; that's a good indication of the busy-ness of this season that's upon us. I'm sure it's the same at your house. I'm ordinarily very organized regimented(!) about my approach to decorating the house and preparing for Christmas. Typically, I assign a task a day in the beginning of December and then

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Seeing The Light from From the Strawberry Patch...

My last post was a November "wrap-up" post and today we are mid-way through the month of December; that's a good indication of the busy-ness of this season that's upon us. I'm sure it's the same at your house. I'm ordinarily very organized regimented(!) about my approach to decorating the house and preparing for Christmas. Typically, I assign a task a day in the beginning of December and then

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December 8, 2020
Finding Inner Peace from Adele Mogavero

Inner peace is what Jesus offers, even in times of turmoil like we’re living through right now. The year 2020. I’m finding it a struggle to write this blog post. I’ve started it 3 or 4 times only to toss what I’ve written aside. It’s ....

The post Finding Inner Peace appeared first on Musings From The Bungalow.

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October 18, 2020
A Finish, A new Project, and An Update from Log Cabin Quilter

 "Lizzie's Tents" is my finish.  A smaller size quilt using a Carol Hopkins pattern and reproduction fabrics.  The fabric belonged to a friend and she cut out all the block pieces for both of us to sew one of the small quilts.


I have been wanting to start another quilt from one of Lori Smith's patterns.  I am using her "Miss Emilie's Garden" pattern and have enlarged the blocks 148%.  They should finish at eight inches square.  The first two blocks are complete.



I am using mostly Betsy Chutchian fabric but others are being added in.  I ...

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October 15, 2020
Farm House Sampler, Gathering Garden, Peace Hope and Love, and Country Paths from Log Cabin Quilter

 My mid-month catch up.  The seventh block is done for the "Farm House Sampler" quilt Julie and I are working on.  There are a total of nine blocks for the quilt so progress is good having the seventh one done.




I completed a second block for the "Peace, Hope and Love" quilt.  There are a variety of block sizes for the quilt.  This is what I would call one of the medium blocks.  Both the block above and the one below are from patterns by Dawn Heese.




I completed a quilt top from a Kim Diehl pattern called "Gathering Garden ...

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September 30, 2020
September 30th, 2020 Update from Log Cabin Quilter

 Time to share my next block for the "Celebrating Mary Brown" quilt I am working on.  An easier block this month.  The center section was meant to be empty but I added a small piece of toile for a bit of added interest.




I started a new quilt from a pattern by Dawn Heese.  "Peace, Hope and Love".  I am doing it as a block of the month using Dawn's fabrics.  The floral print makes for pretty birds.



I have a finish.  I previously had shared a picture of the quilt top but it has since been quilted and ...

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July 22, 2020
Finding The Peace from Adele Mogavero

Finding peace amid this pandemic isn’t always easy, is it? When I began this scrappy quilt series, it was to help distract you and me in these uncertain times. I hope it brought some fun and joy to your life. It sure has helped me ....

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July 4, 2020
Riley Park – My Very Favourite Place from Kim Hanson Quilts

There’s no place in Calgary like Riley Park. It’s where I used to play as a kid. It’s where I grew from a child, to a teenager. Although the park is a little different now than it used to be, it’s still filled with memories at every turn.

Spring and summer bring the park to life; green grass, a playground full of noisy children and 50+ year old trees show us the best part of nature.

My granddaughter and I went to the park last week. We ended up playing a camera game she came up ...

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