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Just Listed

Just listed on my Shop page!

Update:  this items is now sold, and on its way to its new home.

-Maggie

Permission to Play, SIR!

(I always picture myself saying that to a big, burly, army office with a glare on his face, and garlic on his breath!)  Anyways, play is how we quilters get places.  Yes, we can buy a pattern, follow the fabric choices, and the cutting instructions, and do things exactly as the designer recommends - right up to "quilt as desired", which leaves most of us at a complete loss. 

A Picture is Worth . . . . .

A few seasonal thoughts. . . . . .

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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A Postcard Kind of Day

My Particular Rut

I'll be the first to admit it - I'm in a Rut - a big old New York Beauty Rut. And I love my Rut.  But you see, the thing is, some days my Rut gets very boring.  So boring that some days I don't want to be in my Rut.

 

 I need another Rut.  A newer Rut.  An exciting Rut. 

Thinking About This One

My new design, Jake's Landing, is pieced!  I was going to list it for sale, BUT, I think it might be a "Keeper". . . . . . .

Windows 10 - a Cautionary Tale - Arghhhhhhhhh!

After hearing some good (and some bad) reviews of Windows 10, I decided to upgrade.  First I tried my almost new HP desktop.  Three attempts later, it put up a message saying "Reverting to your former operating system" - which was Windows 8, and the main reason I don't use that as my primary computer.  I haven't gotten back to explore the issues.

Then, I updated my HP laptop, and here's my experience.  (This may not apply to you - it's what happened with me.)

A New Design!

This is my latest design;  I call it "Jake's Landing", and the first quilt top is now in production, and will be listed in My Ebay Store later this week!

A Finish!

Usually there are more quilt tops around my house than actual quilts, but this cloudy, windy  morning seemed like a good time to finish up this little lap quilt.

The binding is even done - which is another thing that rarely gets finished around here!

Do You Know Where Your Needles Are?

On a video I was watching this morning, someone mentioned deconstructing a pin cushion to find out what was in there.  Well, I have  make that had, an old pin cushion that I've had forever, that I never use, that I never liked, so I dug it out on a whim and deconstructed it.  Here's what I found:

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