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Flying Geese Blocks on the quilt I am making are only 2 inches wide x 1 inch in height. The cutest flying geese I have ever made.
I am using a great technique, they are such a doddle to make even at this size.
This is not a new technique for making flying geese blocks, but it is the first time I have used it. Here’s the technique:
For (2) Flying Geese blocks finished size 1 x 2 inches cut as follows:
1 large square 3 1/4 inches
3 small squares 1 7/8 inches ( I used different ...read more
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Well, a little over halfway there. Aren’t you excited? I am. I am terribly excited that I’ve made it this far. Not only because it gives me a chance to write daily, but also because I’ve been using this momentum in my other Revolutions. I’ve been fairly successful in getting back on the elliptical and we’re working on getting the house reorganized. So, all in all, this has been a very good challenge for me.
I am sorry to report that there were no Pokemon pillowcases made this afternoon, although I did manage to get ...read more
As the daughter and wife of men who served in the US Navy, and the mom of 3 MCJROTC cadets, I am grateful for all of those who have served and continue to serve. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.
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In my personal opinion, if you want a boy to wear a tie to church later on, you have to start when they are born. That way, even though they are not comfortable, they are simply used to it. My second personal opinion...is I don't really care for bow ties. Yes, they are cute on some boys, but they are just wrong on adults and therefore I personally don't want to start a trend that he might like later on. Like it said, personal opinion.
As I was getting my son dressed for church yesterday morning I ...