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My stash

Melissa Thompson Maher, Editor-in-Chief of Generation Q Magazine asked me: "How will your new stash differ from the one you gave user in kits? What draws you now?" So what went into user kits? Part of this was answered yesterday. A lot of "traditional" type prints these were purchased when I made tote bags; border… Continue reading My stash

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Choosing fabric

Over the last few years the fabric that I choose has changed. I'm still madly in love with batiks. Always will be.  I've come to love hand dyed fabric. Each dye-r is unique and we get a sense of who they are in their fabrics. I've mentioned Dyeing 2 Sew in previous post. I love… Continue reading Choosing fabric

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Dessert First

There is a delightful saying "Life is Short, Eat Dessert First" I believe it's widely attributed to Jaques Torres who understands chocolate in a most delightful way. And my oh my this was dessert.  Brownie Sunday.  And then there was this. Chocolate Hazelnut Crunch.  These are brought to you by City Limits Diner in White Plains,… Continue reading Dessert First

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In a bit of fun

In an upcoming episode I'm going to share with you a photo of the floor in my sewing room underneath my new chair.  But for now I thought I'd share this photo of my husband and me.  Setting up this shot was a bit tricky.  After so many years of faithful and loving service I… Continue reading In a bit of fun