27 May, 2016
22 May, 2016
Confessions of a Fabric Addict's Hands 2 Help Charity Quilt Challenge. That is Sarah's blog, and she is involved in several quilts for charities projects. What a caring and awesome lady she truly is. Pictured above is the traditional log cabin quilt that I made. The backing is solid brown with a center floral strip. The quilting is all over meandering. This quilt measures 39"X50", and is gender neutral for any recipient. There are 3 charities that the quilts will be donated to, and mine is going to Covered In Love for the East Texas Medical Center in Tyler, Texas. To see other donated quilts, follow the above link on over to Sarah's blog and the link party. Prim blessings.
21 May, 2016
The pin appears to be made of silver, but has no markings. It is also quite heavy weight. The stones may be genuine? 'Do not know. The pack of German-made Dix and Rands High Grade 3/9 sharps contains 7 needles that are in quite good condition. Mother decided to give these to me as a momento of Grandma Pearl. There was a matching silver pin, identical to the one pictured above, that mother gave to my twin sister. It is so special to have something that Grandma Pearl actually owned. Don't you just love items like these?
17 May, 2016
12 May, 2016
07 May, 2016
Beth's Raggedy Attic Prims Blog made for me in the Ravenwood Whimzies' Americana Pin Keep Swap. It is so patriotic and primitive on the rusty spring. Yvonne also sent some beautiful lace with green edging, 2 initial "D" buttons, a green pin cushion, and a patriotic candle mat. Sending many thanks to Yvonne. Be sure to visit and follow her blog. To see the pin keep that I made for Yvonne, follow the link below my signature.