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See You In September and Giveaways

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Welcome back blog hoppers! I really have missed you! That includes you Madam Samm, Sew We Quilt (Head Couch) and Shari Living With Purpose (Head Cheerleader)! So glad to be back and hopping around myself! Thank you both for all the work you both did putting this one all together! Hello Everyone! You are at "In The Boon Docks" and I am Lisa! Come on in and have a look around and see what I spent the last couple months doing! See you in September! (It is now time) Day 1 3 projects Project 1 Riley Blake Designs Gingham. I started searching through my stash and found the blue medium gingham and this great matching blue with white polka dots! I used small blue gingham on the inside for the lining! Strawberries are really popular on Instagram lately and the red made for great contrast! I found these two strawberries on a scrap of fabric and ironed on HeatnBond Lite by therm-o-web. Cut them out, peeled the back off, and ironed them on my front panel! Then using Aurif

HeatnBond Winner

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Congratulations to the HeatnBond Winner! Debra Kay Neiman December 7, 2013 at 7:51 PM I follow you on bloglovin. Love the projects. Merry Christmas. Debra, thank you for following and I can't wait to see what you make! I have already e-mailed the winner! Thank you everyone for all the sweet comments! Come by Monday for a BIG giveaway for Giveaway Day! Until next time, Create and be unique, Lisa

HeatnBond Giveaway

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Update: I don't know what I was thinking when I wrote the HeatnBond Giveaway , no end date! The Therm-o-Web giveaway will end December 8, 2013 at midnight! A Bucket to the rescue! Let's get sewing! Imagine what you want and make it! You can do it! We had a full house for Thanksgiving and Zoey as you can see got some blocks for Christmas. My cousin and his daughter have other obligations at Christmas so we celebrate early each year. The big plus is deer season coincides with Thanksgiving and he gets a little me time and fills their freezer at the same time. It has worked out fine until I was stepping on blocks at 2 a.m. I knew I needed a quick solution before I stumbled and fell. After that first step, I knew Zoey needed a container, bag, or a bucket for those darn blocks. Something she could put them in and dump them out. Children at her age love repetition! This is also a great way to teach young children to pick up after themselves. I decided on a simple bucket b