Monthly Archives: December 2015

Exercise Mind, Body and Soul

Exercising the body is a common (and noble) New Year’s Resolution.  But what about mind and soul?  Do you exercise your mind? Your soul?  How do you go about doing that? Thoughts on exercising the Mind: Jane Dunnewold had a series … Continue reading

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Merry Christmas!

This will be a very short post just to wish you a very Merry Christmas!  My Christmas sewing is done and the next few days will be about celebrating Christmas with family and friends (and eating, of course!).  I hope … Continue reading

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The hardest part about quilting is QUILTING!  On the other hand, piecing a quilt top can be either easy or hard.  You choose.  Some quilts can be put together in a day, others are complicated and have as many as 10,000 pieces. … Continue reading

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A warm welcome to friends from the Needle and Thread Network.  It is wonderful to be part of such a large and creative group!  I have enjoyed exploring your blogs, and I hope you will enjoy exploring mine. Wishing all … Continue reading

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My Crafting History Hanging on a Christmas Tree

Recently a young man from Pakistan was servicing our stove while I was decorating the Christmas tree.  Being new to the country and a non-Christian, he was very curious about our traditions.  How does the tree come?  Does it come with … Continue reading

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An Exercise in Making Super Simple Quilted Postcards

Here is a piece of fabric I was given by a quilting friend who could no longer remember why she had ever purchased it.  Last week we talked about Making Quilted Postcards in 5 Easy Steps.  This week, let’s see how we … Continue reading

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