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April 21, 2020
Sourdough from Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara

This is going to be a long post. I may never stop typing. That’s how much I love good sourdough bread and how much I love making bread in general. I’ll try to keep it organized but . . well, you know how I am! Sourdough by Foodbod: Sunday evening, Vince had already gone to...

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March 31, 2020
The Strange Days Files from Samelia's Mum

If nothing else, staying at home has allowed me to do more things that I've always wanted to try but never found the time before.



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March 19, 2020
What's Up 3-18-2020 Sewing -KAL-Socks and baking bread from Rose Prairie Quilts and Farm

It's been a while since I had something to show that's up on the design wall.
Up on the wall is one of three tops.


When my stepmother passed away she had been trying to make a quilt for each of her granddaughters. She has 5 granddaughters and was able to complete 2 quilts 



and was working on the other 3.
I had cut out all the squares she needed because she was unable to. 



So I collected all the squares, partial blocks and completed blocks to go ahead and put them altogether


I had to frog some ...

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March 16, 2020
Sourdough recipes from Rose Prairie Quilts and Farm

Yesterday I needed time to calm down from all the craziness going on in our world  
Yes we are all in this pandemic together and we need to take heed to what the experts say on how we can help ourselves and others.
So I'm taking their advice but I also have the luxury of being able to stay home and hunker down.

Yesterday I needed to stay busy and decided that cooking was going to keep me away from watching the news for at least the day.
I know I can get too absorb in it all.

Saturday ...

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March 9, 2020
Slow Scrappy Sunday from Rose Prairie Quilts and Farm

It has been a very nice slow Sunday. The "man of the place" has been at his dads all day so I have had the house to myself. 

I decided this morning that I was going to purge and declutter my scraps of fabric. I have accumulated so much over the past decades, seriously decades. 


As you can see I have quite a bit of scrap fabric. I have divided it up over time by color and that had worked really well for me. But my love for quilting isn't quite what it used to be and I have ...

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