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Couldn’t Resist

Snuggly girl  We had a cold snap last week,  Tiny looked so cute I couldn't resist this picture.  Snow flowers

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> window that is. I like snow probably more than the next guy but > enough already.

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Free Motion

Free motion quilt  I finished up my most recent baby gift.  Just in time to be gifted tonight. Detail This was my first attempt at free motion quilting.  I just did a bit on the flower fabric not perfect but I like the dimension that it adds.  I am looking forward to Backingmy next attempt.

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We took advantage of this lovely day and were fortunate to be able toBear meet up with a friend and her daughter (and her bear).  Sometimes last minute plans are the best.  Here is Tiny waving hello in her adorable sun hat (thanks Debbie) and lounging on the blanket.Taking in the day Keith stopped by on his way home from work and took a quick turn Waving helloon the swing.Swinging We even saw a cute little woodpecker on our way out.Woodpecker  

  

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  FlowersDaddy and i Keith took Tiny to the office this morning for "Take your Kids to work day".  She was her usual smiling self and the youngest attendee by several years.  Flowering treeShe hung out with dad for the kick off breakfast then I went and picked her up.  We came home for nap time then headed out to meet a friend of mine at the botanic gardensMommy and me We managed to get there just about the time the rain rolled back in,  but had a great time anyway.  I really enjoy the rain these days,  we don't get it very often here.

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Wordless Wednesday

Wordless wednesday

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Fairies

Last week I spent some time at my local quilt shop,Fairy panals washed learning how to use my new sewing machine for free motion quilting.  Tiny hung out while I got some one on one instruction.  I need to practice and Rhonda (the shop owner) suggested that following a the fabric is a good place to start.  I had seen these panels on my first visit and I think they will be a great place to start practicing my free motion quilting. 

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