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I visited a local antique store recently. I could not stay very long as I had produce from the farm market in the car, and it was fairly hot that day. I didn’t really want the corn on the cob to start roasting in the car : ) There was so much there….I want to […]

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Not too long ago I was over at The Red Feedsack and Dori had made some skirts for her grand daughters, daughters and friends and her referral for the skirt tutorial directed me to MADE.  Dori had sewn the Fiesta skirts there. I looked over all of the tutorials at MADE and decided that I wanted […]

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A few shots of the porch … and some flowers on and around the porch…         And here is a little girl working on her first embroidery on the porch…     Here is the embroidery…an old-fashioned Aunt Martha transfer design. I chose it because she often has little tea parties with […]

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Awhile back I’d posted about finding an antique Graybar sewing machine at the thrift store. Part One is HERE if you’ve not read it, and the other two in the series follow. ( not really a series, just a post that would have been too long had I not broken it up :) Basically it was iron, extremely heavy, […]

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After finishing up the Dresden project and Bee pillows I was happy to finish piecing a very simple nine patch project. It is in shades of blue and will be for my son / the grands couch. Just nine patch blocks with white blocks in between..super simple. I wanted to hand quilt this one, though; not tie […]

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The thought of making a doll had never occurred to me. Yet not too long ago I was in JoAnn Fabrics and while waiting in line I picked up this lovely magazine called “Mollie Makes”.  It was pricey but I had a 40% off coupon and they had free vintage buttons included. Still, the only […]

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