JBEAUFORD
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Hubby and I on our wedding day. November 11, 2007.




My latest addition to my collection, a Singer treadle from 1891. I think this makes 71 machines.




Center medallion of quilt in progress...


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  • v CATH5109
    Thanks for the link. I especially liked your baby quilts and the camo bag. Is that for stealth shopping? emoticon
    1351 days ago
  • v JOLETTE
    emoticon I live east of Denver, in a little burg called Strasburg. I don';t get out much because I am pretty much housebound now.
    1351 days ago
  • v SKEEWEE2MEK
    Hi. Thanks for commenting on my blog! I hope your January Jumpstart Challenge is going well emoticon
    1357 days ago
  • v HONEYMUFFIN1923
    Yes, a block pattern. I'm thinking machine. I can do a straight stitch. I bought heavy needles on Saturday. I'll be emailing you. Medium length straight lockstitch????? Hmmmm...Yep HELP!!

    btw As I was working on the mittens last night, I realized I gave you some bad info. Corrected info: Cast on 60. Knit 45 rows. Bind off until you have 3 inches left. Knit 2 rows. Bind off 2. Knit 2 rows. Bind off 2. Knit 2 row. Bind off rest. Whip stitch up the side joining the two long sides together. Leave an opening where your thumb will go. (Here I slip stitch along one side or the other.) Whip stitch the rest of the way up. You have now followed a pattern, made fingerless mittens, and made something besides a dishcloth or a scarf.
    1358 days ago

    Comment edited on: 1/9/2013 2:01:52 PM
  • v HONEYMUFFIN1923
    Thanks for your comment on my page. The socks, rather sock, as I only have one that is close to done, has been RIPPED out about 15 - 30 times, started over, thrown in the floor with me saying no shouting, "WHY DID I EVER AGREE TO DO THIS PROJECT!!" This will be my first and last pair of socks for a very LONG time. LOL!! I'm going to be afraid to wear them. I've got about 100 invested so far.

    As far as something simple to do that isn't a dishcloth: Cast on 35. Knit 45 rows. Bind off until you have 3 inches left. Knit 2 rows. Bind off 2. Knit 2 rows. Bind off 2. Knit 1 row. Bind off rest. Slip stitch up the side joining the two long sides together. Leave an opening where your thumb will go. (Here I slip stitch along one side or the other.) Slip stitch the rest of the way up. You have now followed a pattern, made fingerless mittens, and made something besides a dishcloth or a scarf. emoticon emoticon emoticon emoticon

    I see on your page you quilt. I have questions. I want to recover my couch in a denim patchwork design using old blue jeans. How big do I want to do the squares? Does if even matter as long as the piece of material ends up being the size I need it to be? Would I just "hem" the squares together to make a big piece?

    1359 days ago
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