Saturday, October 17, 2020

Stitch Roadies No 80!!!!

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  1. Caw Caw! You are such a tease Anna you didn’t share the Stitching Bird design. What a lovely pair of shout outs, thanks so much for the lovely Corvus/Crow Pattern it will be a fun #screamlikeacrowsal to do with you. I need to get some threads and I’ll be ready to roll. Janine told me I should be able to do the 35 count gauze but I think I want to ease into it first.

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    1. Lol...I am going to take a closer look when I get back over the mountain but I am with you...it is beautiful done up but 1 over 1😱🤪

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  2. Anna love your blog and the people at Acorns and Thread are so nice and helpful. Leta

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  3. I'm so jealous that you get to go into Acorns & Threads. I live in North Dakota, so my shopping with them is all on the phone. I love your videos. Thanks Anna.

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  4. I have visited Acorns&Threads on line having heard about them from you but haven't ordered anything yet. What a great way to get my feet wet if I were to win the coupon book. Thanks for all your chatter Anna. I get so many good ideas from you.

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  5. I have ordered from Acorns but would love to visit. Love your videos

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  6. Greetings Anna!
    I can't wait to be able to travel down to Acorns and Threads. I am in northern Washington. It was a part of my destination stops from the 2020 Quilters Affair. Hopefully 2021, or 2022.
    I've said it before, but I'll say it again, 'you are truly a gift' to us. What a hoot, and we sure can use a lot of hoots in our lives!
    Oh, and Stella...she really is trying to be a good lamp. She ever lets the tv tuner operate her!
    Speaking of you Anniversary start...how about sharing a wedding picture of you and G with us.
    Lots of 'likes' and love, Sandra

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  7. Acorns - those squirrels are stashing them away in the gardens right now like we stash away all our cross stitch projects. Love your videos Anna and congrats on that beautiful new grandson.

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  8. It's that time of year for the acorns to be falling to the ground. We have a huge old oak tree in a park by town that is amazing. To think that massive growth was started by one little acorn, just wow. And so our stitching starts with one little cross but, over time, grows into a beautiful work of art. Just happy it is faster than the oak trees' growth.

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  9. I finished my Suffragettes too! I even framed it. It is the first cross stitch I've done in about 25 years and I'm enjoying it all over again. I'm in Michigan where the squirrels are bustling about, hiding acorns all over the yard. The oak trees are really full of acorns this year and the winds have brought them down to the ground by the bushel full! We're getting ready to head back to Tucson next week and I know the sun will feel good.

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