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Quilters Candy Unwrapped June Winner

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My last project

The mini tumbler quilt I am working on with the Aspen Frost Moda Candy (2 1/2 charms). I used Missouri Star Quilt Co. 2 1/2 Mini Tumbler Templateto cut them up really quick, and at $3.88 you can't beat the price. Then I realized I had sewn all the rows the same. With a tumbler quilt each row alternates. They are all ready to be sewn back up but my power has been off until this evening!

When you live in the woods and a tree falls and breaks the power pole a mile away, it takes at least a day to put up another pole. They had our road blocked all day because the pole came down across the road. Domino effect! No traffic all day, not that we have much, but it was nice. We played with Zoey! Sometimes it is not so bad without T.V. or electronic games, just soft toys and laughter.
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Tammy Project Bag & Giveaway

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This Giveaway is over!

The winner of Miss Tiana the Turtle is

True Random Number Generator picked # 15 who is


Amy's Crafty Shenanigans June 12, 2013 at 11:54 PM
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Congratulations Amy!
The Tammy Project Bag Blog Hop
Day 2

Madam Samm of Sew We Quiltis a super talented lady and when I spotted that she had a free pattern she created available for this blog hop, I couldn't wait to sign up! She is also our "Head Cheerleader" but isn't she always! Gotta love her, she keeps us all busy and entertained! Thank you Madam for the great experience of creating my own Tammy Bag! This bag is nice and roomy! Cupcake agrees with me! It has 4 great pockets to hold my lovely Aurifil thread for a stitching project! Madam Samm's pattern was the answer to a pray! By changing the piping around backwards, I could stitched it down with my machine. Of course, then I had to do a little stitching on the pockets to bring out the fabric design! Now, I had a few problems …