Monthly Archives: January 2013

Baby Julia

We went to a birthday party on Saturday for our youngest grandson.  I didn’t get any good pictures of Luke, but I did get of couple of our great-granddaughter Julia. This one isn’t the best of Julia, but it is … Continue reading

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Table runners, coasters, mug rugs, and wallets

I have worked on and completed a variety of projects this week.  The first thing I finished was this mug rug. Mug rugs are a great way to use up small scraps of fabric.  And you don’t need a pattern!  … Continue reading

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Valentine’s Day mug rug

Mug rugs are one of my favorite ways to use small scraps of fabric.  Rather than save them for a big project, I like to use them right away.  Here’s the latest one. I want to try this same technique … Continue reading

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Originally posted on SteepleHouse Studio:
My sister wasn’t the only one to welcome a new little one. We also added a niece to our family this summer and where there’s a baby girl, there’s PINK. I so enjoyed digging through…

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Pillows with ruffles and embroidery

I have been trying to make birthday and Christmas presents for all 13 of my grandchildren for the past year or so.  So last week it was working on ruffled pillows for two of my granddaughters, a 14 year old … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Check Your Premises:
Macro water droplets by photographer Andrey Osokin. This one is called “Lemonade Chandelier.”  

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Originally posted on Gluten Free Gobsmacked:
Made just in time for coffee and a playdate. Winter break from work was FULL!  We were super busy with the “have-to-do” doctor appointments, dental visits, etc but even better was the fact that…

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