Monthly Archives: January 2010

Tables, Stuff and Happy Research

There’s been some changes in my little sewing corner.  Gone are the ugly white tables — there’s only one table and it is a real table –  no folding legs here.  This sleek table is courtesy of my daughter — looks rather grownup I think. … Continue reading

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Needle Art

Definition of Seminole Patchwork ::  This needle-art originated from the Seminole patchwork used for clothing by these southeastern Native Americans. In the late 1800s it was a long trip from the Everglades to trade for cotton cloth so women began sewing … Continue reading

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Therapy . . .

Last week the temps were in the low teens – north winds were blowing and the uniform of the day was ‘multiple layers’ !   Today our temps are in the 50’s, it’s partly cloudy with a little breeze.  What a … Continue reading

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What’s needed the most . . . .

By now most of the world has seen the scenes of horror in Haiti — they are beyond heart-breaking.   Sending prayers and good/positive thoughts are just a start — what’s needed most right now  — is money.  Money to buy food, … Continue reading

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Pretty in Pink

I do consider myself a ‘morning person’ — can’t sleep past sunrise no matter how dark the room.  It comes from years of getting up early.   And, that’s not necessarily a bad thing – – – –  – – – … Continue reading

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I’ve been ‘Under the Dome’

Sewing, Knitting, Crafting, Baking ?? Totally not happening at my house at the moment (or for the past week either).  Instead, I’ve had my nose in a book – – – a rather large book.  In the past I’ve found that Stephen … Continue reading

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New ::

New Year  — New Blog ( and hopefully less curse words thrown about while trying to post and/or upload pictures).   There will be a ‘learning curve’  of that you can be sure  — as I become familiar with all the widgets, … Continue reading

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