24 November, 2015
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19 November, 2015
Heartspun Quilts' Tucker QAL. 'Learned a lot about historical early American quilts from this project. Did you know that some of those old quilts were actually not quilt-stitched? Some did not even contain any batting. So, that is how this little quilt was made. All of the fabrics are "orphans", or leftover remnants from other projects. Be sure to check-out Heartspun Quilts Blog to see more of these little quilts, as well as many other interesting quilts, fabrics, and historical information. To see a better view of the entire quilt, follow the link below my signature.
14 November, 2015
I participated in the annual Homespun Ornie Swap at Bumblebee Lane Cottage again this year. It is always so much fun. Pictured above are the darling ornies that I received. From left to right:
* a pocket with a little snowman and pine inside from: Becky of Ginger Creme Hollow
* a star with pine and a candy cane from: Amy of Bumblebee Lane Cottage
* a pocket filled with pine cones and a prim star from: Allison of Sew Many Girls
* a wool mitten filled with pine from: Sandi of The Primitive Skate
Thank you all so much, they are all so beautiful. They all look great with my holidays decorations. To see the ornies that I sent, follow the link below my signature.
12 November, 2015
12 Days of Christmas Blog Hop that will begin on Dec. 1st. There will be many tutorials and holidays recipes from many bloggers. This is an annual event hosted by Ravenwood Whimzies that I always look forward to, and this year am even going to be a contributor. Wishing all of you a very happy upcoming weekend. Prim blessings.