Monthly Archives: August 2008

More on Montana

I thought I would share a few more pictures from our trip to Montana.  I had never been to Montana before, so this was all new to me. We saw some wildlife:   Old Faithful and some other unique geysers … Continue reading

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The Winners

Well – it’s almost Monday.  I had planned to announce the winners yesterday, but I’ve been on the road for the last week.  I’ve been teaching and speaking in Montana and the high speed internet was, as we say, “slower … Continue reading

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Pattern of the Week

I may have mentioned in an earlier post that I would like to start posting a pattern of the week.  I can’t post what I’m currently working on, as I have to wait until fall market to make the reveal.  … Continue reading

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Binding Tips

I was trying to decide what I wanted to write about today, and I thought I would share a tip that always goes over well at my classes.  I call it my continuous binding technique – or to describe it:  … Continue reading

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Meet the Elves

I wanted to introduce you to some of my elves.  I say elves, because the rush to get things ready for market feels like the rush the elves must feel getting ready for Christmas.  There never seems to be enough … Continue reading

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A Reason to Celebrate

Last weekend my extended family had reason to celebrate – My cousin Ben was home from Iraq on leave for a week.  His younger brother just got back from basic training and his brother-in-law got back from Iraq a couple … Continue reading

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