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I am going to a local retreat in two weeks so I had put together 3 I spy kits to work on. But I really wanted some "mindless" sewing last week and made one of the kits.
So now I need to replace that kit as the other two will go together super fast - I don't want to run out of things to do. I looked through my idea binder and didn't see anything I wanted to work. Then I flipped through my 2 I spy scrapbooks for patterns I wanted to make again and found several. So now I'm on a marathon cutting spree. When I'm done I will have 9 kits - yes way too many for the retreat. But plenty to keep me busy for a few months.
Thank you! I found the fence pattern on quilterscache.com and purchased the wagon pattern from an etsy seller.
I recently finished the Farm Quilt and got it mailed off to my sister for her charity. Here it is, front and back; I almost like the stray chicken on the back better than anything on the front. LOL!
Cris in MT
I like your stray on the back too. I had meant to do that with a random rocking horse for my Christmas quilt but I forgot all about it until I was going thru my crap basket last night - oh well, too late now.
I'd love to go through your crap basket.
Love the stray hen on the back. There's always one girl who doesn't want to stick with the flock ...
umm. I do that that qualifies as a parapraxis
(HAHA, word for the day)
Powerful sewing get on Missouri Star and Misty is has a video a YouTube and she will show you how to make it and you download the pattern I don't remember what the other one was that I told you I forget
It is child protecting service that's when they go and take the kids away from the family each child gets a blanket and they also get a big bag they take the bags out together the belongings of the child and put it in because otherwise they would have to use garbage bags so they're asking for big tote bags to put the children's stuff in and they get to keep that bag and the quilt so call your child protective service organization wherever you live and they can instruct you from there where to bring the quilts in