Sunday, March 13, 2011

The Next Best Thing Since Sliced Bread

OOOOO, I didn't forget about you......

I've been sew-o busy,
just like the you, I'm sure.
But now with day light savings time
I have an extra hour of sunshine in my day!
Cuz let me tell ya
when it's dark by 4 in the afternoon
I'm in my jammies.

There's HOPE for Spring!
Check out my BOM from Little Miss Shabby.


Lovin the orange and teal!

January Snowman

February Love Birds

Lucky Shamrock March

Of course I'm not doing the suggested setting.
In fact, I used that setting for my Snowbound quilt.
Cute. Cute. Cute.

And here is the next best thing since sliced bread!
Erasable gel markers.
The ink disappears when ironed!

* Can be purchased at the office supply store or Walgreens.



And this sweet tea towel pattern is available
FREE


Click Here



Here is a customer wall hanging.
Love the eagle!


Keep those sewing machines humming!

8 comments:

  1. Ohhh divine, exuberant, colorful, joy...yes your blocks make me feel the above..wow honey...I like a lot

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  2. Oh I'm in love with those colors on the snowman blocks. So different!
    Thanks for the darling free pattern too.

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  3. that is a cute tea towel - thanks for the link! OH and WHERE in the world do you find one of those new erasable Gel pens!!!??!?! anywhere school supplies are sold or is this a specialty item only at LQS?

    Thanks & Love from Texas! ~bonnie

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  4. I just read on another blog that the ink from these pens comes back. She ironed it and it went away and then stuck it in the freezer and it came back. Anyone else tried this?

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  5. Found the link to this post at Pam Holland's site if anyone would like to read it.
    http://pamhollanddesigns.typepad.com/pam_h/2011/03/erasable-pens.html

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  6. Good Morning Friend of Shirley - I love your blog and everything you have posted. Shirley had sent me the link for the lovely tea towel and I am "on it." I posted this morning on my blog www.shadetreequilting about the Frixion pens. Just thought you might want to know. Judy C

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  7. I'm not sure those pens a great idea. Here's why... http://pieceocake.typepad.com/piece-o-cake-blog/2011/03/erasable-pens.html

    Sorry to be a party pooper, but better that than a ruined quilt!

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