Crazy Days of Summer

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Photo by Quiltsalad on Flickr
It was a bit of a random visit and after looking over their calendar and my calendar this was the only time it would work for a visit, so I booked a flight and off I went. I got to the Little Rock airport Sunday evening and there was my family just waiting for me to walk up. That is one of the best. via and sew it began

New Obsession

Photo by mollyjolly on Flickr
I do believe that I’m going to need a twelve-step program once I’m finished with my little bow ties. Then I went up to three sets a day. I don’t get to make them every day, but I sure try to. I got to work on my little bow ties and on my last block. via and sew it began

I Love Garage Sales!

" I haven't been doing as much of it lately, but I did stumble on one late in the day, while out doing other errands. I scored Vintage blocks and a vintage quilt top. I can't believe the antique dealers did not get them, they are like vultures at a garage sale. via Amy's Etcetera

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