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November 14, 2014



So cute! Too late for me to make 4 Thanksgiving placemats for this year ... but there is time for 4 Christmas placemats! ;-)

pam Hansen

Absolutely adorable...going over to Lori's web right away.


What a nice grandmother you are! Eva is a lucky girl. I have a granddaughter just about her age, so always enjoy seeing what you make for her. I'm currently working on a cute Debbie Mumm Christmas stocking.

Barbara Anne

Applause, applause for one of the best Grammie's on the planet! The turkey placemat is charming, especially with that wee pocket, and just imagine Eva's delight with seasonal and holiday placemats made just for her! Of course, each placemat will need a little pocket, too.

I'm making two simple table runners with some cute Scottie fabric. These are for AMIL's younger sisters who live together and own a Scottie.


Susan Ramey  Cleveland

Oh my! I have to make this turkey block. I'm crazy 'bout turkeys. Even have a turkey collection. Thanks for the tutorial link. I love your turnkey btw.


Oh. My. Gosh. Darn!! How adorable is that??? I like your color scheme better than Lori's. I may have to attempt something like that, although with making everyone's Christmas gifts as my top priority time may be too short.


I may have to stop reading you blog since I want to do every project you post! This is toooo cute! I just finished the bee quilt from "Quilty Fun" and had a blast doing it. Lori's directions are great.


That is adorable! Little E is one very lucky girl to have such a talented grandma! The little pocket is so clever!


Love this! My granddaughter already asked me to make one for her :)

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