Originally Posted by Ditter43
These amazing pictures are from the National Geographic photo contest. Some breathtaking pictures, well worth the time it takes to look at them!
A very special young man I taught in middle school was in a terrible accident over the weekend. I am asking for everyone who will to pray for his recovery. He has a 4 month old son and beautiful wife who really need him. He is a very loved young man. We have people all over the country praying for him and the family. Please join us.
Originally Posted by AbbyQuilts
My dad called tonight to tell me that his ex wife my step mother was in a car accident and did not make it.
I dont even know how to feel.
I have cried and I think about her and how full of life she was.
Her and my dad spilt up about 2 years ago after a 10 year marriage.
So I havent talked to her in 2 years but I always thought she would be there.
And I asked my dad all the time how she was
She was there for all of my teenage years. My dad still loves
I made a couple of fleece boa scarves for myself. I wore one to work this morning and let all the girls know if they want me to make any for them all they have to do is buy the fleece and I'll make it for free. I figured someone would be interested in it for a Christmas present or two.
It was 38 degrees this morning when I got up at 5:00. Pretty chilly for us. I was warm all night with two cats sleeping on me. They are the best heating pads ever.
I have to go
don't watch her network because its mostly reruns of shows that have been on a million times. maybe if we all wrote to her and told her she has 30 million potential viewers if she added some quilt shows to her programing she might listen. its worth a try.. i'm going to try to find an address, if anyone comes up with one let us know. i've read that her network is in real trouble so maybe 30 million quilters in the US may sound good to her.
Originally Posted by kkg916
Just wanted to share some of my work from the last few months. They've all been a ton of fun, probably because they were all gifts for friends. The wall hangings are the newest craze and I suspect my office mates will all have them soon... I'm currently working on a non traditional Christmas tree one, so much fun! (not enough time!)
**the purple/pink quilt was for my daughter's preschool teacher, so we added my daughters name to my "Krafted by Kris" tag. I hand quilted these
Originally Posted by goosepoint
http://www.thediydish.com/2011/10/se...n-pin-cushion/ It is a free pattern. Very simple and they have several other free projects. Sign up and I bet you will be glad you did. Have fun!
Posted by: "Diana Feit" firstname.lastname@example.org mosaic_maven
Mon Nov 28, 2011 8:51 am (PST)
Someone mentioned that their Step 1 HOURGLASS Blocks seem to have become
'not so precise' in the center.
There is a HINT that works for this intersection.
Press all seams towards the darker (printed) fabric for all four units and
match correct set of triangles together.
When you place the two triangle
Originally Posted by Daisy144
I have recently been diagnosed (if that is the correct term) as having lymphedema. It is a problem with the lymph nodes in your body that have stopped working for whatever reason. Many women who have had breast cancer suffer with this problems in their arms. I have it in my legs stemming from a bout with appendicitis when I was 18 months old - starting there then one injury after another accumulating until in my late 40's it became a full blown problem. Unfortunately, I was not diagnosed until