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5/5/11 11:35 A

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I just finished making supermarket bags out of large plastic birdseed bags. I got alot of webbing from a company going out of business, wish I bought more. The bags are very
sturdy and hold alot.

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5/5/11 11:31 A

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HONEYSEWS ~ Spring is weeks late arriving this year! One warm sunny day then 6 yuck days! Snow in the mountain passes just the other night. At this rate we better get an extended long summer!

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Okanog - love the pics of flowers, and Sandy - great pic. I'm enjoying seeing everything turn green, going to make an herb garden on my deck this year.

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4/30/11 10:47 P

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Sandy new picture! Wow, looks like you are slimming down gal!

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4/26/11 1:16 P

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Thanks I will take a look I am not very good at precision things but I will try anything!

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4/24/11 8:01 P

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OK Sandy, I found a great pass time for you - English Paper Piecing. check out www.paperpieces.com , this is very addictive, and tiny. I am working on Christmas ornaments. This is done by hand. Ann

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4/24/11 1:00 P

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Been there done that. I still embroider once in a while. I still feel the need to quilt even if the projects are small Happy easter. Have a great day!

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How about cross-stich or embroidery items to do? They take up little space.

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4/22/11 1:41 P

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I love to sew. I did lots of quilts before my life in the RV. Now I mostly make pot holders and crochet towels for the kitchen. I am always looking for new projects that don't take up a lot of room to make. Any ideas?

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4/17/11 10:58 P

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HONEYSEWS -
That is what I bought an HP 4-1 wireless printer. I like HP computers & products.

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Wow, you sure did have problems with those printers! We have an HP 4-1, and its great for printing pics of the GKS.

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I bought a new monitor for my computer about a year ago. The store added a printer for free. Told them I don't need another printer but they insisted. I never used it as liked my old printer. I put it down in my storage and forgot about it.

Then I decided to buy a notebook computer for the kitchen and when I travel. Another printer they include for free, same brand different model. When putting the christmas ornaments and such away, in storage I discovered now I have two new printers!

My 5 year old printer konked out and I retrieved from storage one of the free printers. I guess it was free because they are flawed, it did not recognized my digital photo program. Today I went and bought a new printer, same brand different model, as I have had for the last 5 years. It mainly set up for photo printing.

The two free printers I am donating to a fund raiser garage sale put on by a local real estate company to help the needy people in our community. The printers are great if you just want to scan, do basic basic print or email printed documents. So think they would be useful to whom ever purchases them at the garage sale. Hope they get at least $15.00 each for them as they are still in the original boxes. With all the paraphernalia needed to hook them up, to computer. Though think I will add a note with them, that they are not very photo print friendly.

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Spring has sprung! It happened this week. My daughter need me to babysit as the Craft and Farmer's Market is open now. I will be babysitting several times a week, till the end of November while daughter sells her jewellery at the market.

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4/3/11 5:40 P

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April Showers Bring May Flowers - Right?
So guess we got a few more rainy days ahead emoticon
Hopefully HONEYSEWS we are over with the white stuff, now!

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3/21/11 3:12 P

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Hi all, I have to admit - I have been reading fiction books, more than sewing. I am half way thru two baseball style hats. They are coming out very cute. I decided not to tackle jacket and pants for GS Communion. Although, I'm still working on making the "perfect" pair of dress pants! Can you believe we had about an inch of very heavy wet snow today. And more is expected later this week. I know March can have some crazy weather. Hope everyone is well and keeping busy.


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Hello everyone, I know I have been gone for a little while. We had a new furnace and insulation put in our home and funny how you will tear up your whole house just to get such a project done. Now its the clean up and we are reorganizing, and getting rooms washed down and ready to paint, 3 in all I think before we are done. Today we remodeled a closet in dire need and it went far easier than either hubby or I expected, golly I love a plan that comes together, lol.

So in the evening I have been doing some embroidery. I have some quilt blocks of little trucks and cars I am doing for a baby quilt for my dear friend that had a new baby boy in December. I have 2 more to do and I can begin to put it all together. I find it very relaxing to work on in my evenings while relaxing and watching t.v. with the family. I am glad to find a few hours in my day to work on a task and do something I so love and enjoy. Also keeps my hands busy and I'm not nibbling on something I shouldn't in the evening.

Well wanted to drop in and say hello, wish you well this week, and remind you that you turn your clock ahead this weekend!!!! Spring is HERE!!!!

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3/3/11 11:02 A

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That's interesting about the skirt waist...I just may include that pattern with my next order. My hubby says I'm not so much a sewer as I am a pattern "collector" (lol)......and I explain that as long as I've go the pattern, there is Always HOPE that I'll get it made!! So "vision" is not my problem...Production Is!! Unfortunately that flaw carries over to my food and exercise program emoticon
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3/1/11 2:35 P

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Hi Everyone, Happy March 1st!
Hope all of you are busy working on projects to enjoy in the Spring. I'm going to tackle a
blouse and jacket to wear to grandson's communion. Hope I can get it done in time.
My quilt is moving right along, I'm taking alittle break from it this week.
I also want to get back into making mini quilts. I picked out a pinapple square to try. I want to make it into a pincushion. Anyone try foundation piecing? Its fun.

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2/22/11 10:06 A

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I haven't actually put the skirt on yet, so can't answer that question just yet about the elastic waist. Sorry! The pattern had me do something interesting, tho, to rectify that problem of too much gathering.... they recommended to trim the waist down a 1/2 inch at the very back of the skirt (tapering the cut from the sides down to the 1/2 inch point.) This was supposed to help it not be real poofy from the elastic waist.... we shall see. I'll have to finish installing the elastic, etc, and let you know.....

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2/22/11 8:23 A

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YeP! "Home Sew" is one of my favorites, too. also it's sister catalog Newwark Dressmaker. Was the skirt easy to put together and hem?? And does it fit well at the waist. So many with an elastic waist end up being bulky.....
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The Sedona Skirt is a pattern I got from a lil mail order catalog I get called "Home-Sew Inc". I am done with the skirt now and will post a pic of it in the team pix section. I asked my DD to take a pic of me wearing it when the weather is warm enough for wearing skirts!

Here, we thought Spring had arrived early for us.....but then got an ice storm last night & today. Sheesh!! Needless to say, I'm still in my warm clothes and snow boots....it's definitely not skirt weather.

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I just completed sewing a set of table napkins for a friend who helped me wash walls in my small bedroom. Next Saturday ten ladies in our church are meeting at the church with our sewing machines to sew smocks and aprons for our nursery workers. It's always fun to get together with them and serve the Lord in this way.

I signed up for a 5K run/walk in April, and just started training for it today.

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Hi Ladies :0)
While everyone around me is happy to see this recent bit of warm weather, I'm secretly saying "Not Yet!" ... Since I Love to Garden, the choice of "garden or sew" when the weather is nice is a hard one to make!!
Sure am hoping to get to "play with my dolls" this week!! emoticon
How is the rest of the team making progress?? And Yes! I'd love to learn Lots More about the Skirt...I've been tempted to order the patt'n every time I get my new catalogs in.
Have a blessed week..... emoticon

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2/18/11 10:28 A

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Hi team, been mia for the last few weeks. Having work done on our house and much distraction but its all good. In my spare time I have been embroidering quilt blocks to make a baby quilt for a dear friend of mine. She had a little baby boy right before christmas, so I have been moving steadily along to hopefully get it done in a timely manner.

So what project or projects have you all got going at the moment?

BBL to see and hear what you have shared.

Have a wonderful day and even better weekend ahead.

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Welcome to Sewing Buddies Linsey. Please post a picture of your Sedona skirt when you complete it. I don't think I've ever heard of it before.

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Happy Valentine's Day!

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emoticon HI! I just joined this team; have been with SP since May 2010; thought it would be fun to chat with fellow sewers.

I like to do various crafts....and mix it up a bit....sometimes stamping, sometimes crocheting, sometimes sewing.... I've just started putting together a skirt called a "Sedona Skirt" (don't know if that's just this particular pattern's name, or a style of skirt...LOL). It has 5 identical panels with a diagonal lower edge; then has 5 rounded pieces that flare out at the bottom of each panel. I used to sew many of my own clothes. Now I sew a variety of things, including some fun doll projects. Looking forward to chatting.....

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2/3/11 3:11 P

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Hi, well, I'm finally putting the rows together on the star quilt, most exciting part. Hope to have all the rows complete by end of weekend. Will post a pic. when complete. Had snow and sleet last two days, next round coming on Sat. Have to admit, I've been getting alot of decluttering done during these "snow days".
Happy sewing!

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1/29/11 9:49 P

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Hello team, sorry I have been absent from here a bit this week. We are in the process of having a new furnace put in and have to do a lot in preparation. So we moved furniture. Today cleaned out closet so they could get to breaker box for wiring, and golly gee the stuff one acquires. I am tired and know we burnt some calories today! Its a good tired.

I think you could say I have got a jump start on spring cleaning, lol

We did donate some clothes and jackets we no longer have use for through a local yahoo group in our area and it always feels good to help someone in need.

Wishing you all a good evening and wonderful sunday.

Happy sewing!

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1/23/11 11:00 A

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Thanks for the thumbs up on the book, I believe it is put out by "Health" magazine. It's new. If I like it, I'll buy a copy.

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Honeysews, I was introduced to carb counting last August when I was in the hospital and found out I was type 2 diabetic. To date I have lost 48 lbs. Its a new concept for me but easy to follow so I wish you all the best. Who is the author of the book, I will have to check it out at my library.

Hope everyone has a great day, bbl, we have frozen pipes so got to help hubby for now.

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1/20/11 10:30 A

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Hi everyone! In my new Heath magazine, there was a
woman who lost weight on the Carb Lovers Diet, I just ordered from my Library, has anyone tired it? I'm gaining alittle weight, and all the snow we are getting doesn't help
me stay out of the snacks. I have been working on my star quilt, slowing getting to the required number of blocks. We are still working on my RA meds.
so, I have to be patient with my body for now. Hoping to get out today to run some errands before the next snowfall tonite. I'm out of Library books!
Enjoy the day.

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The greatest day in your life and mine is when we take total responsibility for our attitudes. That's the day we truly grow up.- John Maxwell, author and public speaker

Breaking the world's control over your emotions

A lot in our past can be chalked up to inexperience, youth, and happenstance. But now, as an adult, you must claim your choices and their consequences as your own. Negative attitudes affect your life by creating cynicism, a pessimistic outlook, and often a lack of confidence. Take note of the ways you are escaping responsibility for your attitude. Do you continually blame situations, friends and family, or life in general for your poor mindset? The world has influence, without a doubt, but growing into a mature person means taking control of your emotions and attitude. Own them!

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Hello everyone, thank you GGKID for your wonderful and uplifting advice. Hope everyone is doing well. I find that making a plan and sticking to it is a key component for me and determines my success. Each week I plan out a menu for the entire week and make my shopping list. I am mindful and stick to my list and everyone knows and there is no guess work in meals, we follow the days and prepare accordingly. It often saves me time and curbs eating frenzies which often occur when nothing is planned and one is hungry. Also being diabetic I must eat every 4-5 hours so the snacks are best when planned as well. Whether its cheese and crackers, popcorn, apples and dip, veggies, I will make good use of time after meals preparing these and setting them aside so they are handy when it is 'snack time'.

Hope these few tips are helpful to someone here as well.

Wishing you all a good evening. More snow is headed our way here in Ohio, so we are bracing for it, :)

God Bless

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If you chase two rabbits, both will escape.- Unknown Author

Dividing your attention between two dreams

One essential goal-setting strategy is to be as specific as possible about your desires. Write out your goals and formulate a detailed plan about how you are going to achieve this goal. Baby steps are important, but keep them focused. Often we are pulled in many directions at once. It is important though, to devote time and effort to a single goal at a time to avoid distraction that can lead to putting forth less effort. Take time to put down some of your "spinning plates" and track your progress over time.

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1/17/11 1:36 A

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Hi team, Happy Martin Luther King Day to All.

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1/16/11 1:43 P

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Hi team, My name is Debbie and I come to you today from Ohio. I love to sew, whether it is family mending, making curtains, sewing quilt blocks to make lap throws, or needlepoint and embroidery, I find it relaxing and tons of fun.

I look forward to making new friends here. I have been with SP for 14 months and am leader of Laugh A Lot Team.

Thank you for this opportunity to share in your journey and fun-filled days.....Sewing our hearts out together.

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Marlene,
I love your reflection! It really puts life into
perspective. Thank you.

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Know the true value of time; snatch, seize and enjoy every moment of it. No idleness...never put off till tomorrow what you can do today.- Lord Chesterfield

Valuing time before it is too late

Often our days are busied with worry, stress, complaining, work, and a general wasting of time. Once we finally realize the value of our time, often for many of us it is too late. While your life might seem like a long time in the midst of it, truly it is a blink of an eye. Today, make more time to be present in your life. Even small moments--enjoying a cup of tea, calling a friend, reading a favorite book--should be enjoyed. Restructure your day so that you can get all of your work done, but allow for extra time to be spent on personal matters. Stop procrastinating!

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Happy New Year! Wishing all of you a Healthy, Happy and Productive year! emoticon

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That is great, Ellen. That should be a fun jog.

Sugar that is great about the new home. Let us know all about it. It must be exciting.

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One more apron to make and my Christmas sewing is done. May I suggest that no one else try to buy a new house during December and still keep up with Christmas sewing and regular life? Closing will be a couple days after Christmas, but thank goodness I don't have to move till mid Jan.

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emoticon on new job! I still have a couple of
Christmas gifts to make, but I have been on a roll, and way ahead on my sewing. So, for me, things are
going well. Enjoy the week.

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Congrats on your job! Any income is a plus!

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I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving.

I got a little part time job in my doctor's office. She is a wonderful lady and she offered me a part time job when we were in her office for my husband's six month checkup. My unemployment has run out, so any money is a big help.

I love working in this office. I've helped with procedures, run tests and have enjoyed every minute of it. Maybe it's time for a career change!

Remember, nobody can go back to the very beginning and make a brand new start, but anyone can start here and make a brand new end.

There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when it's convenient. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses; only results."

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Hi, haven't seen any activity here in awhile, hope
everyone is well, and just busy with the holidays.

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I finished up two cupcake potholders with the new machine, also went for a two hour lesson on all the cool features. It's fun. Sewing in my passion, and having RA, I'm not always able to do hand sewing or needlepoint. I'm planning on going to a quilt show on Sunday. Have a great weekend.

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Congratulations on your new Pfaff! I know you'll have a great time with it, Honeysews!

Oh Ellen, I am so sorry to hear that you had to lose a tooth! I hope you can get a bridge or something soon. Once you lose a tooth, the others can shift and they get loose, and you can have major problems! I really wish we had more universal health care in this country. It isn't right that only wealthy people should get the best care and the rest of us can only be as healthy as we can afford. It should be considered a right to have the proper care.

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Got a tooth pulled this morning. Couldn't afford to save it. So between the painkillers, antibiotics and sore tooth, my diet has gone to heck and then some. I dread getting on the scale, but at least I can drink water now, so good days are coming.

We're still having Indian summer! I can't believe how fabulous the weather is! A couple of more days of antibiotics and I'll really be able to enjoy it.



Remember, nobody can go back to the very beginning and make a brand new start, but anyone can start here and make a brand new end.

There's a difference between interest and commitment. When you're interested in doing something, you do it only when it's convenient. When you're committed to something, you accept no excuses; only results."

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It's been pretty cold the past two morn. Hate to see winter coming, but it also means more crafting time!
Got a new Pfaff sewing machine on Monday. The store will take my old one, so some of the price will come down.
I'm enjoying reading the book, and tomorrow will start to play with it. I have some holiday sewing to do, so it's time to get busy.


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