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Applique clock   Show and Tell

Started Apr-11 by Dee in TX (DBRADFOR3); 1177 views.

it's the little things - literally littlesmiley


From: judyinohio


Well, that was a simple fix, wasn't it?   Now to see if the clock still keeps reasonably accurate time ...

Cathy (cacnurse1)

From: Cathy (cacnurse1)


Dee in TX (DBRADFOR3) said:

it's the little things - literally little

That works!

Oh Dee I really like that. You’re so talented!


From: LindaPutt


Now that is stunning!

Thanks Linda. I like how it looks  but it is not all that easy to tell the time. All the black lines confuse my brain, I almost have to look for the arms. Oh well. Next version I will make it less busy.

How large is the Star?  That is really pretty.  How is the new home project going?

the star is about 9" I think, the canvas was 12" square.  The new home project is stalled for now, waiting on a well guy to drill some test holes.  If we can't get water to the site, then we aren't going to build.  We are continuing on the current house, which is nice finally getting some of the "forever projects" moving around here.

Dee in TX (DBRADFOR3) said:

waiting on a well guy to drill some test holes. 

Luckily at our house in Oklahoma we we able to get water by hooking onto the line from the nearest neighbor. We had troubles with the  septic system. But we ended up being able to do a septic system and not a holding pond.  My husband’s grandpa used to “witch” for water about 100 years ago. People said he was really good.


From: judyinohio


Our well digging company used a guy to find our well site when we built our house in 1996. Saves time and money when you have a person with a "divining rod" talent to do that work.