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chandab

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They're both lovely, however....if you get bored with that Mystery Quilt, you just let me know. It will go PERFECTLY in my rustic house that I've finally moved into.😉😁🥰
We can talk, most are available, if not gifting (next project is my niece's grad gift). Still hoping to finish the Mystery Quilt in time for quilt guild on Monday, we had a hay run today, and of course it rained (hardly had any rain all summer, and it rains when we have to go get hay). When we got home, I did another round of quilting; which is all pretty simple, I don't do any thing fancy, so most of my quilts just show case the piecing pattern and fabric, not the quilting.
 

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I left this little pinkeep cross stitch project for several weeks. Lots of Life in between. I got it out yesterday and finished the gold stars. I had my fabric chosen and measured to sew it up. Washed it, ironed it--but something wasn't quite right. Oh, duh! Missing a flag!
Luckily, I had not cut the linen, so I can still get the flag cross stitched on. That's what I get for waiting to finish it and having more birthdays..pinkeep.jpgI'm glad I noticed it before I sewed it all together!
 

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I left this little pinkeep cross stitch project for several weeks. Lots of Life in between. I got it out yesterday and finished the gold stars. I had my fabric chosen and measured to sew it up. Washed it, ironed it--but something wasn't quite right. Oh, duh! Missing a flag!
Luckily, I had not cut the linen, so I can still get the flag cross stitched on. That's what I get for waiting to finish it and having more birthdays..View attachment 44590I'm glad I noticed it before I sewed it all together!
I looked at the photo first and thought how nice it looked. I didn't even notice! Good catch and nice work!
 

ServiceMini

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I left this little pinkeep cross stitch project for several weeks. Lots of Life in between. I got it out yesterday and finished the gold stars. I had my fabric chosen and measured to sew it up. Washed it, ironed it--but something wasn't quite right. Oh, duh! Missing a flag!
Luckily, I had not cut the linen, so I can still get the flag cross stitched on. That's what I get for waiting to finish it and having more birthdays..View attachment 44590I'm glad I noticed it before I sewed it all together!

Woah!! That is stunning! Amazing job :D
 

Marsha Cassada

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We have been working on an old family desk. Passed around in the family and a little worse for wear. Some bubbles in the veneer and a piece of the molding missing. Luckily all the veneer was still there. We repaired the bubbles--each one took 24 hours to do. Husband had a piece of red oak and routered a piece of trim to match, and we managed to stain it to match. Missing backplates to several knobs, so I found some comparable ones. I think it turned out nice. I'm using it in my sewing room now. Pankhurst desk.jpg
 

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