Friday, September 27, 2019

Pincushion Finish for Woolstock!

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  1. Hi just now I have been able to watch your shows. I fell was in the hospital for 21 days. And while I was there my husband came into the hospital. So we were both there at the same time. He just loved Gee"s music. It was playing in his room when he died. I wanted to tell you both thank you. Your music was so relax full.
    Susie

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    1. I ache for you and your last month...glad we could be here for you...

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  2. Bee kind to yourself. I watch both Roadies and have learned so much. Thank you for your passion and honesty. Please don't use those things in your hair again though, they're scary. 😊

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    1. yeah...I think those peels don't help my look, lol

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  3. Another fun video Anna. Cute finishes. Have a great time with Stacy and Woolstock! Hope I can catch some of your Facebook live recordings.

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  4. Hi Anna: Thank you for your idea about stuffing the Pin Cushions with fiber file then adding the crushed shells. I have had the shells all over the place, so I appreciate the heads up on filling the pin cushions. Have fun at Woolstock.

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    1. oh I know and those things are a pain to clean up!

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  5. Thank you Anna for all the wonderful videos and tips you give us. I disagree, wear those peelers any time and place you wish...let some of that spontaneous fun and ramblings flow into Road Quilties! Have a wonderful time in Minnesota- almost got there this year, but too slow on the uptake!
    Barb

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    1. dang...you could visit Stacy and I at her shop on Oct. 5 though!!!

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  6. In Maine we use Balsam needles to stuff the bags. Would work for a "bowl" bag, but I don't know what the balsam oil would do to the needles if used as a pincushion. Love your Roadies shows.

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    1. hummm have never heard of this...going to research!

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  7. Wonderful ideas today re: the walnut shells! Thanks for sharing so much. I really love watching.

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  8. I have the same pattern by Kathy Schmidt. Mine was just in a white envelope, no fancy packaging. You're special. I want to do the Urban quilt as well. But think I'm too late to the party. Sure do like it, plus can't remember where to purchase and sign up.
    Have fun at Woolstock. It's going to be a blast.
    See you when you get home.

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  10. I have been working like, well, I don't know what. Cleaning and putting things away-trying to get ahead so I can dig up my canna's and protect my hydrangeas/roses, etc when they predict frost. Last year we had snow before Thanksgiving & I almost didn't make it. I love fall but it's also a sad time-have to say goodbye to the flowers, hummingbirds, etc. I'm hoping the Anna I knew and loved all these years remains here. Have fun letting loose on your new channel.

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