Friday, October 24, 2008

Wild Turkey

Neat.
This gentleman and his 'harem' of hens (there were three) came by the house today for breakfast. Right under our bedroom window. (Sometimes living in the woods doesn't blow.)
The aforementioned teensy-tiny ribbons on bitty pins. I've spent the better part of the day attaching business cards onto the fat quarters. The task is nearly finished, and it's time to start another box.
This one has 180 in it, which is over halfway. All fabrics are cut and folded; given my history with the Becher family laundry, this is amazing. Huge. Unbelieveable. But almost isn't all done, so I have to get back to work. The work of many hands. (A huge thank you to Mandi and Robin... you guys rock!) If I work this right, I can be done by tomorrow, with time enough to cut the raffle quilt kit. I need to go bask in the glow... right after I pin 120 more cards to fat quarters. *sigh* C
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3 comments:

Robin said...

they look so charmingly cute - good idea. I still think you should go so they can meet you in person - take a seamstress friend along if you're shy. You have an unforgettable personality you know...
Rob

Anonymous said...

you aren't planning on going? How many times do we have to tell you that what makes it the whole package is you! When is this happening?

prairievisiondesign : handmade said...

Those little stacks look yummy. I am WAY overdue for a CDG visit; I've been working too much.