Monthly Archives: October 2010

Mouse Ear Flower

This morning I whipped up the flower made from the mouse ear pattern.  I cut the pattern down a bit because I wanted smaller petals.              I used more wire this time, a double ring that filled the inside … Continue reading

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A Mouse in the House

I finished the first 3D animal last night.  I decided to make this mouse pattern from the book Woman’s Day Christmas Crafts and Food copyright 1983.  I bought the book at a garage sale over 15 years ago.             … Continue reading

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Gluten Free Pizza

One afternoon each weekend I take my mom out for a change of scenery and to pick up anything she needs at the store.  While we were out yesterday I bought a package of Rustic Crust gluten and dairy free … Continue reading

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Third Quarter of Clarity

For whatever reason, the second quarter post published, so I fixed it and now it’s posted here.    That post contains the back-story, so I won’t repeat it.   The third quarter was all about moving.  Everything that started in the first … Continue reading

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3D Flower Version Two

I finished the second flower using my own variations on the original pattern and I’m so excited because it turned out just like I pictured it.                   In the first flower, the directions called for a square of fabric … Continue reading

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Design Bed Monday #3

I’m tired of taking pictures of the same quilt.  Cobblestones won’t look much different until I get the whole top together.  Instead I took a picture of the completed flower.                I expected a smaller center with more … Continue reading

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A Good Start

For my first 3-D experiment I decided to make a flower from the book Winter Wonders, edited by Jennifer Rounds and Catherine Comyns.  I borrowed my copy from the local library.  What makes this book unusual is that Japanese quilters … Continue reading

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