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Sophie’s quilt

Friday, September 4th, 2009 Posted in crafts, general crafts, general home, sewing, Uncategorized | 1 Comment »

Lately "minky fabric" has been all the rage for making baby blankets. I had seen it described as extremely soft; so I was very curious to feel this fabric. I found out just how soft when i went into a ...

Butterflies in my bread!

Friday, August 21st, 2009 Posted in crafts, embroidery, general crafts, general home, sewing | Comments Off on Butterflies in my bread!

Remember how I embroidered a Monarch butterfly for the Eternal Spring table runner? That I was tempted to make another one in the same table runner? Well, opisthorchiasis I liked it so much I had to make yet another one...this time ...

Spring cleaning and crafting

Sunday, May 3rd, 2009 Posted in crafts, general crafts, general home, knitting, sewing | Comments Off on Spring cleaning and crafting

While I've been quiet around here, side effects it hasn't been the case around my sewing machine and crafts. I've been working on a few projects that I couldn't upload right away; also known as baby shower gifts. There were ...

Eternal Spring – the sweet smell of vainilla*!

Sunday, January 4th, 2009 Posted in architecture, crafts, embroidery, Flowers, general crafts, general home, sewing, The Internet and The Web | 3 Comments »

I bet everyone thought this had become a photography blog huh? Wrong! I've just been lazy (well, viagra approved lazy to blog; trust me, visit web I've been quite a busy bee!). Not much progress has been made on ...

Eternal spring 2

Tuesday, September 23rd, 2008 Posted in crafts, embroidery, general crafts, general home, sewing | Comments Off on Eternal spring 2

[caption id="attachment_266" align="alignleft" width="150" caption="First Dahlia finished"][/caption] So the first bunch of bougainvilleas was finished...i moved onto the dahlias. First Dahlia was done with satin stitch only. As you can see, adiposity the edges were done in a darker pink than ...