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Angele replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 9:06 AM | Locked

Cute Nancy, but no thanks...I'd Reuther fish in a boat, in summer, with a good book just in case ;-)

no sewing this weekend, just shopping.

Kris, I hope those back spasms go away soon. I hope you will be better and dancing in no time.

I'm very happy to hear that Spud is doing good and busy with all the grands.

 

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Sukochi replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 9:29 AM | Locked

First quiltie. Be kind......

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Barbara replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 9:30 AM | Locked

Sukochi , adorable , I like it

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ls2116 replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 9:33 AM | Locked

With the snow coming down I'm just not sure if I want to go out just for thread.

Kris Hope your feeling better soon, Did you go to Dr.

Lajuan  that looks great I think its the smallest quilt I seen Did you set a new record?

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Sheila replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 9:41 AM | Locked

Sukochi - That's sew cute! How big is it?

 

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Sukochi replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 9:50 AM | Locked

You like it, you REALLY like it!!

It is 6 inches square. We swap them at postcard pizzazz.

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Sheila replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 9:56 AM | Locked

LaJuan Sukochi Lee:

You like it, you REALLY like it!!

It is 6 inches square. We swap them at postcard pizzazz.

Silly Girl! Of course we like it! They make holders for that size of square, too - you should display them!

 

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chocake2 replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 10:23 AM | Locked

Sweet quilty Sukochi. I love the buttons!

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chocake2 replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 10:58 AM | Locked

Sheila:
CC - Big Congrats to your DD! I was a GS leader (& more) for a lot of years. It's not an easy one to get so she should be very proud.

NO doubt this badge will mean a lot to her over the years. He BF is working towards his Eagle, and he needed the RE badge as well, so I think she started out getting hers mostly as a way to encourage him... But in the end, she did it for herself. She's only been involved in scouting for about 2 years. Our town is so tiny that  the neighbor boy was a Girl Scout for years (his Mom started the program for  his sister). Now we have more boys then girls so we have Boys Scouts... There just aren't enough kids in the area to have both programs. Last week the guys consented to pedicures so the girls could have a day off from making dirby cars. My sons both came home with lovely green toenails.  DD's BF had his hair in ribbons, thanks to the kindergarten girl in thier group. (Sweet of him to let her do that to him). She only comes once a month and that's when we do GS instead of BS.

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Carolyn (CarolBeau) replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 11:23 AM | Locked

CC, I think that's really cool what you guys are doing with the scouts programs.  I was curious before when you posted about it, but didn't ask, so I'm glad you explained it here.  I love that the kids are cool with stepping outside the sterotypical gender roles  for each other.  Kids are the best.  

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Sukochi replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 11:59 AM | Locked

Only thing I remember about my time in GS is when one of the girls swallowed her ,three inch long, hat pin. The troop leader almost passed out. Our mom's came and got us. An ambulance took the poor dear to the hospital. They removed the pin and she lived to tell about it...and so did I. OUCH!!!

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Nana replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 12:11 PM | Locked

Sukochi

Your little quilty is so cute.  You did a great job.

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gini replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 2:21 PM | Locked

sukochi, your tiny quilt is darling

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Linda replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 2:55 PM | Locked

Sukochi - your little quilt is adorable!

 

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Sukochi replied on Mon, Feb 4 2013 2:58 PM | Locked

Two post cards that were sent to me in the swap.

The green one is a metal piece under fabric and sewn around to hold it in place. It is very puffy feeling. I think ,maybe, Pam sandwaiched the metal piece with the fabric, some batting and another piece of fabric. Then  sewed around the metal piece. It was backed with poster board that was used for the address side of the postcard.  Interesting.

This is so much fun seeing what everyone will come up woth.

Went on a road trip today. To the Walmart in Jasper. Woo Hoo.  Had a Coke vs. Pepsi taste test on the way home. Pepsi won out. It is less fizzy. Do we know how to spend an afternoon, or what?

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