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Monday, August 21, 2006

A Little Sewing

I managed to work on a jumbo blossom pincushion today. I found some great real vintage sequins awhile back & finally put them to use. Im getting some ideas of some things too that I can use them on for Christmas goodies. Did a wee bit of thrifting, made rice pudding and tommorrow, with my Grandmother- I cant wait, were making her famous homeade German perogies. The kids will love this! We are having a wonderful visit so far, lots of fun. Im startting to think of what desins Im going to work on as well for the tea-towel swap! Im getting excited! I have some great recipes in mind. Oh yes, and the lovely friend of mine- Miss Kwitty has started a little blog over here!
She said some really sweet stuff ablout me! Im blushing! Thanks Miss Kwitty cant wait for our little swap!


Blogger beki said...

What a great pincushion!

6:40 AM  
Blogger weirdbunny said...

Love the shapw of the yellow flower on top. Will pop over to see you friend now..

9:38 AM  
Blogger Amy said...

That pincushion is just darling! I *love* homemade perogies. A restaurant I worked at used to sell the homemade ones and the cook taught me how to do it. They are *so* much better than the ones from the store!

10:30 AM  
Blogger Contessa Kris said...

Love the pincushion! So adorable! And your vintage thrift finds are just killing me! Can I run up to Canada and come thrifting with you?! ha I never find as nice a stuff as you seem to do! Thanks for visiting my blog and I'm glad you like your package!

10:47 AM  
Anonymous kathy said...

Beautiful pincushion. Your shapes and colors look great together. I love the addition of the sequins, just the right sparkle.

3:06 PM  
Blogger vintagechica said...

If you can find all of that in one day, Im moving to Canada! Love your blog!

7:54 PM  
Blogger Paula said...

Very cute pincushion. Nice Job!

9:20 PM  
Anonymous Jackie said...

Love the pincushion! Hope the perogie making was a big hit with the kids!! Yum!

11:03 AM  
Blogger Veronica TM said...

I love that pincushion! Cooking with your grandma? How fun!

11:47 AM  
Anonymous kristin said...

it's darling!! you always do such beautiful work!!

2:10 PM  
Anonymous ellia said...

what beauty!!!

6:23 PM  
Blogger Gina said...

Everything you do is so gorgeous! I just love those sweet pale colors together, and how you have arranged them, and the scalloped edges, beautiful!

1:36 AM  
Blogger Hulda said...

The pin chusion is so nice! I just love your blog, so much pretty on it. The vintage greeting cards are lovely! And the pink china is pretty too. I like such design.

1:17 AM  
Blogger firstborn said...

hi angie!!!!

sorry for the lag in visits...have been going through some stuff>>>but it's all good noW! i read up on your posts & i love your sewing projects & all your nifty finds!!!!

am happy to say that i've made the decision to go entrepreneurial {smile}...& i'm wicked excited because now i will have the freedom to follow my bliss!

:) mary ann x

6:32 PM  
Blogger Deb said...

Your pincushion is beautiful~I love it! And I've really enjoyed seeing all your thrift store finds...great stuff!
Thanks for visiting my blog,

2:38 PM  

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