Monthly Archives: November 2013


We had a quiet Thanksgiving – a small feast for four.  I set a place for those who could not join us.  I felt connected and present for my family, but my thoughts kept returning to those who are gone. … Continue reading

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saturday sewing

  A quiet afternoon with Anna Maria Horner’s Field Study.  No interruptions, no demands. Oh, well, perhaps one slightly disgruntled fellow, but we’ll take care of him right now.

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last weekend

One of the last golden days of November found a finished top.  Love this so much. The last two blocks inspired by Jolene and Cath – thanks so much ladies!  And looking ahead …

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a finish, a start,a turning of the clock

What does a quilt back, covered with paper pieces, lounging in a plastic bin indicate?  A FINISHED QUILT TOP!  All, that is, except for the hours ahead which will be spent removing the paper from the quilt.  Forceps and a … Continue reading

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