Writings from 3 sisters, who love to garden, do scrapbooking, fiber arts and sometimes have an opinion.

Saturday, September 20, 2014

Can I now write on here?...today is the test....put my computer into the shop and will see. Lots of changes in my sister and my life. I have moved...I am no longer a country girl but have moved to the city and maybe the term 'girl' is used very loosely as one of the reasons I moved is that it has become too hard for me with my age...too many birthdays....but I will be gardening and I will write about it here...now for the test...let's see if this will post....

Wednesday, February 5, 2014


I finally removed the scarves from the loom and cleaned all the dust bunnies out of it and I am now ready to start towels. I only have about 1/3 of the warp ready to put on the loom. A lot warping left to go.

Saturday, February 1, 2014

Super Bowl

Yes, it is this weekend and in honor of the Seahawks a picture of 1 of the scarves I have been working on. I know these are the same scarves that I have been working on since before the holidays but our life has taken a turn since my husband was diagnosed with cancer. My days are spent sitting in doctor's offices.But this is the last scarf and I can see an end to this warp.

Sunday, December 22, 2013

Present #5

Oh Christmas tree, Oh Christmas tree
You probably thought I was going to show you a big tall Christmas tree, but the biggest one here is about 12 inches. They
are yarn wrapped cone Christmas trees, just glued on the cardboard. This might make a good idea for those thrums and extra cones that I usually just recycle. These were part of a gift from our faux sister, a very good friend.

Friday, December 20, 2013

Present #4

Besides making me a purse, my sister also made me a couple of hot pads. These are great for putting hot things on the table. I know she uses all the decorative stitches on them. How many of you have used all the decorative stitches on your sewing machine? I certainly haven't. These remind me of my mother. She used all her scraps to make pot holders. I always got them in my Christmas package and I know my sisters did too. She would put them in packages for people getting married and she always had a few made up for any occasion that may arise. I still have some of her pot holders even though she has been gone for many years. Memories.

Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Present #3

My sister has given me several bags over the years and I use them all-this year she gave me one that I am using as a purse. It has
a big pocket in front that fits my iPad and a smaller one on the other side that fits my phone. Doesn't she do a great job?

Saturday, December 14, 2013

Present #2

My sister, who made the mittens, also made a little lady. I think she looks Hispanic but that is just my thought. She is made of wooden thread spools but I am not sure about her face and how it is made. I have her in a very special place.