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Thanks for the encouragement, Suze.
The notebook I am writing in will accompany the quilt when it moves to my DD's home. That's good enough for me.
I love hearing your stories! You can remember things in such detail. I can't say as I remember that much about my childhood--just bits and pieces. You will have such a lovely heirloom to leave the future generations.
Well, if you do find a moving van, I have several pieces of fabric that looks like different kinds of gravel. I'd be more than wiling to share.
would any of these do?
That is a very interesting piece of fabric but I've never seen trucks like those hauling gravel on Ohio's highways. LOL (That's Australian for sure! Coober Pedy is a famous source of opals.)
I've always kept scrapbooks ... part of the only child syndrome, I think. It was just a way to keep a sense of continuity in my life.
(For example, I probably have five or six photos of myself with my parakeet Skeezix.)
Love the pretty colorful stars. Your Christmas stars look fun too!
Wow what a cool story!
Just for fun, just because. I do enjoy piecing blocks. Putting them all together not as much. I did use fabric from my stash for all except I was struggling with a green & a red, so I went by Gibsons and got a couple of half yard moda's. I might try and finish by the weekend (E2E quilting only) and hang it in the den in time for Christmas.