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Le Challenge: Directions

If I start something early, it will be finished early, right?  Wrong. That was, however, the plan. Oh well, on time is good enough.

When Le Challenge announced this month’s theme of “Directions,” my first thought was “Mariner’s Compass.” Nope, not ready for those points yet. 392 more words


Saltwater Taffy Revisited

Today is Friday, and as I considered which project to get out, the various “finish” linkies helped me decide. So instead of working on “London Roads” which is no longer new and exciting, nor is it anywhere near finished, I got “Saltwater Taffy” and its binding out. 170 more words


London Roads x 3 and an Oops

The sketch from several days ago has become three blocks. First the block like the one in my 1980s Sampler.

This block amused me so much with its dead ends. 736 more words


Blocks, Binding, and a New Start--London Roads

It has been a while since I made lotto blocks for Sunshine (link in sidebar).  June’s colors are pink and green, and I had some. 382 more words


On the Needles, Off the Needles and some Charitable Sewing

I’ve been a busy bee in the crafting department and not so much with the blog.

Just completing a major yarn and fabric destash,  I’ve decided to repurpose quite a bit of languishing stash into charitable knitting and sewing projects. 330 more words


Bridge Print Bunk Quilt Finished

And just in the nick of time, the last bunk quilt is finished. I left off with the top and went off to design and quilt others, but am back.   317 more words


Postcard Print, Bunk Quilt, Finished at Last

I left off with the green and tan needing quilting. (Reverse history starts here.) Finished that a couple days ago.

The green is as I had planned all along (don’t know name of it; it reminds me of the “pipes” screensaver); the tan I had been undecided.   409 more words