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July 12, 2013


Mary Anne

I'm still recuperating (or so it seems) from our holidays so I doubt there will be much happening on the weekend here. We have plan to have supper with friends on Sunday and we always have breakfast with my husband's family on Saturday mornings. Other than that, I plan to just go with the flow!


I'm loving that big pile of fabric. :)

Hopefully, the rest of the packing. A couple of more weeks and I'll be able to set up my sewing room. I like the idea of a weekend plan.


Hello! Just found your blog last night! Amazing! My weekend creative plans is to spin some yarn, do some knitting on some of my unfinished objects and do some sewing on a child's quilt. Wishing you a great weekend!



I posted my weekend plans on my blog and I will be very busy. I can't imagine how long it would take to iron 42 yards of fabric! Have a great weekend!

Gene Black

I am not ready to bump my last post down - so here is the link to that post -updated with my plans.


On my list is put away (ok, hide) all my sewing items that are in the guest room since my cousins are coming Sunday for a visit. Then we have our son's wedding here next weekend - so there's a separate list for that! And, if I get some sewing time, I have a wall hanging that needs binding.


My play happens on the week days and the weekends are kinda workdays. That's because once upon a time I had five whole days pretty much to myself. It is a good thing we are all different! ;)


I wish I could have time to make lists :) That pile of ironing would do me in! I hate ironing, to me it's the worst part of our hobby!!

Debra S

We missed seeing you at the Sacred Threads show. It was a lovely show and lots of great fiber artists were there to show and share about their work.

I'm sure we will have a chance to meet again sometime.

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