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And I will not have murderous urges to chase down squirrels and wring their little necks when they dig in these pots for buried acorns next spring!
(Plus I have a dimwit neighbor down the street who is leaving out unshelled peanuts for the squirrels. I have found a few of those in my large pots when I dig around preparing to plant my begonias and I know exactly who to blame. She feeds feral cats and religiously recycles everything ... she is on a one-woman mission to save the earth. Don't get me wrong ... I recycle newspapers, catalogs, pop cans, etc. but this neighbor is abnormal.)
Love the little squatter.
Your creations add a lot of color and interest to your pots. And your descriptions are fun!
One of my oilfield co-workers called a staple remover a whickerbill, which I always thought would be a good name for a bird.
Feel free to make your own interpretation of a whickerbill if you feel so inclined.
Cris in MT
I asked Terry if you needed to use a ball point needle on the T-Shirt quilts with Terial Magic and this is her reply:
"great question, I hope this helps, it's what I do~ I use a universal needle but you should test on a scrap of your t-shirt fabric as some are very light or have poly in them that may not absorb the Terial Magic as well as 100% cotton, thereby needing a ball point."
So...this might just work!
very cute cathedral windows!
It’s so bright and cheerful, I hope it brings in a good amount for the charity.
Here is the latest block I've completed in the Art Deco series. 8 more of these blocks and a substantial (but as yet, uncounted) number of border blocks to go. Oh, and the 4 corner blocks. :-)
I'm also still working on the reverse applique butterflies.