Monthly Archives: October 2013


How do you get rid of stuff……???? When we moved to Florida, we left our house half full and only took what fit in the small house in Florida. I recall Sea calling from Florida asking me to measure a … Continue reading

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this is where I am on Wednesday mornings

Over the years I have found that quilters love to visit with other quilters. Maybe it goes back to the quilting bees of older generations. Women of many ages hand quilting a quilt, children playing under the table. A tleast … Continue reading

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one never outgrows “book reviews”

I have just finished reading Ken Follett’s book Winter of the World. I latched onto his books when a fellow quilter mentioned him and I found I loved reading his vast library of stories of people through the centuries and … Continue reading

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knit one, purl two, hat for one, mitts for two

My two little grand daughters attend a Waldorf school. I am finding it very interesting to learn about their school. I taught grades 1-2-3 and combinations of those grades. I don’t think I ever had a day I didn’t want … Continue reading

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sweater traditions

I had a visit from the two little girls yesterday, well, not so little. Lucy is ten and Phoebe is eight, and both are growing so fast I can hardly keep up with them! I took the opportunity to do … Continue reading

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