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June 14, 2020
Quarantine SQUIRREL... from Nestlings By Robin

Hello again.
I hope I am not the only
one suffering from 
'Squirrel' syndrome during
this quarantine....?
Pretty sure I am not
and thought I would share
a few of the things I have done
since this began.

We went to Chicago mid March 
for a baby shower and that was
 the first time I had really taken 
my head out of my work long
enough to notice what was going on.
When we got home, I started making
some masks for my youngest
who works in a unit that
was being transformed into
a Covid unit and that freaked ...

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June 12, 2020
asianartandquilts from Asianartandquilt's Blog

barbaraharmsfiberart.com/2020/04/12/102005/

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May 22, 2020
Dinner Guests and Memories! from From the Strawberry Patch...

We had guests for dinner last evening, and very special ones at that! As one quarantined week has melted into the next for oh-so-many, it's easy to lose track of how lonely one is becoming and how repetitive each day-to-day has been. What perfect joy it was to welcome family from the Capital City, even for just a few hours. On an otherwise unseasonably cold and dismal, rainy, day we had our own

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Dinner Guests and Memories! from From the Strawberry Patch...

We had guests for dinner last evening, and very special ones at that! As one quarantined week has melted into the next for oh-so-many, it's easy to lose track of how lonely one is becoming and how repetitive each day-to-day has been. What perfect joy it was to welcome family from the Capital City, even for just a few hours. On an otherwise unseasonably cold and dismal, rainy, day we had our own

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May 10, 2020
Yumminess from From the Strawberry Patch...

I had an entire blog post composed and it evaporated. I'm beyond frustrated with that and have decided to spend the rest of Mother's Day afternoon finishing the current book that I'm reading; I'll recreate the post about my kitchen adventures of this past week at a later time. Our son and his family came by today with this box of warm-out-of-the-oven Duck Donuts for a special Mother's Day treat!

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Yumminess from From the Strawberry Patch...

I had an entire blog post composed and it evaporated. I'm beyond frustrated with that and have decided to spend the rest of Mother's Day afternoon finishing the current book that I'm reading; I'll recreate the post about my kitchen adventures of this past week at a later time. Our son and his family came by today with this box of warm-out-of-the-oven Duck Donuts for a special Mother's Day treat!

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April 26, 2020
Sunday Quilt Inspiration: quarantine from Fleur de Lis Quilts and Accessories

if its not the teacher or the school - could it be your kids behavior? homeschool meme

Happy Sunday! Here's hoping that you are safe and well and avoiding the pandemic. I know that some states and countries are beginning to open up and unquarantine. (I decided unquarantine can be a word.) Here are a few Pinterest memes to enjoy:

#quarantine #homeschooling2020 #coronavirus #covid19 #quarantinelife #funny #meme #humor

dear netflix quarantine meme

Funny homeschool meme about busy mom working and trying to homeschool during coronavirus quarantine


Have you been social distancing and are stuck in quarantine and need something funny to read? Never fear. We have collected the best corona virus memes and quotes in an attempt to bring some humor to your day.  Sorry, we're not giving ideas for your kids in quarantine or activities.  Just memes.

And to round things out, here are a few scrap quilts from 

One way to get a quick project quilted is to find a fast, easy, not-so-boring quilting motif that can be changed and played with. I have the solution!

"Les Baton" French for the sticks, is a scrap quilt completed in Dec 2016

Fun, easy Chinese coins quilt in pinks and teal. Makes a great scrap buster! Read the blog post here: https://fleurdelisquilts.blogspot.com/2019/03/a-touch-of-teal-finished.html


"Tranquility" Mary Marcotte 2017 www.fleurdelisquilts.blogspot.com


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April 21, 2020
Connecting & Community Through Art During the Pandemic from Where Art & Life Meet

I haven't stepped foot out of our house since Saturday, but I have had hundreds of interactions with people from all over the world, which is both amazing and delightful. Community. During a period when we cannot actually be with our friends and extended family, connecting over common interests is all the more desirable.

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April 17, 2020
Finished On Friday: Soft Contoured Face Masks For the Finicky Ones from Cheeky Cognoscenti

Grocery Chic: My Modified Olson Face Mask in Produce Aisle Print
Good morning, and happy Friday!  I'm stunned to be typing those words, because I was convinced that it was Tuesday all day yesterday.  This quarantine thing is a lot like being stranded on a desert island or locked up in a dungeon -- if you don't keep track of the days with little tick marks carved into the walls of your cell, you can lose all sense of how long you've been there very easily.

An Ordinary 45-60 Inch Shoe Lace Makes A Strong, Soft, Easy Mask ...

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April 15, 2020
Which Way Now? from From the Strawberry Patch...

Which Way Now? ~ 57" X 57" Here's my contribution to the growing library of Quarantine Quilts available. "Which Way Now?" grew from my desire to stick to my guiding word for 2020: "Vision" and that is defined, for me, as having the clarity to use up what I have accumulated right here at home. Scraps from leftover projects are in plentiful supply, available resources weren't a problem. The

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Which Way Now? from From the Strawberry Patch...

Which Way Now? ~ 57" X 57" Here's my contribution to the growing library of Quarantine Quilts available. "Which Way Now?" grew from my desire to stick to my guiding word for 2020: "Vision" and that is defined, for me, as having the clarity to use up what I have accumulated right here at home. Scraps from leftover projects are in plentiful supply, available resources weren't a problem. The

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April 10, 2020
Not Much Sewing going on from 120 Blocks

I haven’t done a whole lot of sewing in a while. Part of the problem is all the pieces there were to cut for Block 4 four of Edyta’s Block of the day Quarantine quilt. Then there was the guilt … Continue reading

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