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To-Do Tuesday 6-20-17 | Kids, Fabric, and Stitchy Box

Hello, again! It’s To-Do Tuesday and time to evaluate our progress from last week and makes our lists for the upcoming week.

Stitch ALL The Things | Kids at Depoe Bay

Josh & Callie in Depoe Bay, Oregon

My two youngest kids spent last week with us and we had a great visit. I didn’t spend hardly any time stitching as I wanted to be present with them. We spent time visiting family, did some sight-seeing, and took a day trip to the Oregon coast. We planned the coastal visit for Thursday. We checked the weather about 5 days ahead of time and the forecast said Thursday and Friday would be sunny and warmer than the rest of the week. Turns out the forecast was a couple days off. That day was the wettest of all! We still had a good drive there, and stopped in Depoe Bay to have a delicious lunch at Gracie’s Sea Hag. I will say that the best clam chowder I’ve ever had was at the wharf in Monterey, CA, until I tried Gracie’s chowder two years ago. I had to have the kids try it as well, and from the moment of their first bite, they both agreed with me that Gracie’s chowder was a step above the Monterey wharf’s chowder. Gracie also has the best Mozzarella sticks I’ve ever eaten. They are about 4 to 5″ long, and about 2″ in diameter. They are huge, homemade, and served fresh daily with a side of chunky marinara sauce. HEAVEN! This lunch was our early celebration of Father’s Day with the Mister before the kids headed home on Saturday. They arrived safely in California, and just in time for a big heat wave that puts their temps in the mid-100’s. I think they’ll be glad for the memory of being in 60-ish degree weather just last week.

Stitch ALL The Things | Fabric Depot Purchase

Fabrics purchased at Fabric Depot

After I made sure the kids made it through security at the Portland airport, the Mister and I drove to Fabric Depot only a few miles away. We wanted to stay nearby in case anything should happen prior to their take-off, and I wanted to see if I could find some great novelty fabrics for bag making when I return to Arizona at the end of summer. Yes, I found tons of great fabrics, but not great prices. Everything was between $12.99 and $14.99 per yard, with most fabrics being right around $13.99. I did find five prints in the clearance section that would work–two Halloween prints, one fall print, one Christmas print, and a bag interior/blender print. It wasn’t until I had the fabric cut and stood in the checkout line that I noticed the sign stating that all fabrics were 30% off in the store. *sigh* I had already spent a long time there and the Mister and I were anxious to head home, so I just shook my head at myself and left with my clearanced fabrics. Still, I think I did pretty well, and didn’t strain my budget on this earlier-than-expected fabric purchase.

Stitch ALL The Things | Just The Threads Stitchy Box Subscription

Just The Threads Stitchy Box Subscription May 2017

I also received two now-cancelled Stitchy Box subscriptions. I don’t think I’ve talked much about it here, but about a month and a half ago I had a real awakening in regards to my budget and financial situation and had a serious talk with Brad about it. I decided to cancel all of my hobby subscriptions and I have been very carefully making decisions about purchases. I asked Brad to be a “financial counselor” so to speak, so I have been bouncing my thoughts off of him for purchases I am making or want to make. It has helped me so much in deciding whether I need to make a purchase right away, if it’s something that can be put off for a while, or if it’s something I really want to spend my money on right now. This process has really been a good thing for me, and, ironically enough, very liberating. I no longer feel guilty about any purchases or feel the need to hide them or receipts; a habit I picked up from a previous marriage where I shopped without restraint. Having said that, I had two outstanding Stitchy Box subscriptions that were pre-paid back in March. My Just The Threads subscription for May 2017 arrived in the middle of last week. These are some beautiful specialty flosses! The flosses are (L-R) 6 stranded floss in Lemon Drops from Gentle Art Sampler Threads (GAST), 6 stranded floss in Peoria Purple from Weeks Dye Works (WDW), 12 ply silk Soie Cristale in Bright Yellow #4022 by Caron, 6 stranded floss in a Limited Edition color (name unknown) by GAST, 6 stranded floss in Saffron by WDW, and 12-stranded spun silk Belle Soie in Cake by Classic Colorworks.

Stitch ALL The Things | Stitchy Box May-June 2017

Also this week I received the May/June 2017 Stitchy Box subscription with the Stitch It Up and Bling It Up add ons. This is a fun box that comes once every two months. It contains fabric (type and count chosen by you), flosses/threads, embellishments and/or other stitching goodies. This month the theme was Sunflower Field and included a 28 count Lugana dyed by Fiberlicious in Summer Sky, a gorgeous blue color. Threads included are 6 stranded flosses by GAST in Wildflower (Limited Edition), Sunflower Field by Ship’s Manor (Exclusive to Stitchy Box), 8 ply silk in Avocado by NPI, 100% Soysilk Soy Luster thread in Acid Green by The Pure Palette, crewel wool thread in Dusk by WDW (Stitchy Box exclusive), and Kreinik Micro Chenille in Black. The embellishment pack included Sunflower quilt fabric, a Honeybee charm, one vintage orange flower bead, three Czech 10mm faceted avocado round beads, and a 2 gram pack of 10/0 2-cut Czech aqua seed beads. The Stitch It Up Add on is the Sunflower Panel Chart designed by Lindsay Lane Designs.

Stitch ALL The Things | Stitchy Box Bling It Up

The Bling It Up add-on was comprised of gorgeous 1- and 2-gram bead packs. They came in various colors of turquoise & aquas, yellows & oranges, greens, and a brown, perfectly evoking the image of a gorgeous Sunflower Field. The beads I liked the most were the three hand-carved butterfly beads, and the large, hand-painted Sunflower bead. I am not a huge fan of sunflowers, but this box was full of such beautiful colors I’m likely to change my mind about them! As far as my budgeting comments, I would like to say that I absolutely loved the Stitchy Box subscription. It was incredibly hard to give up, since I had only received two subscriptions before cancelling, however there are other things that must be the priority right now. I believe the Stitchy Box is definitely worth the money, and it is a subscription that I may rejoin in the future, once I have my budget firmly under control and various bills paid off. I most likely will not include the Bling It Up or Stitch It Up add ons in the future. I enjoyed them, but I found that felt like I may or may not stitch up the charts included, and although I love the beads I prefer to buy those as charts call for them. Right now I have a small amount of beads in my stash that contain commonly called-for colors so I don’t really have a need to add more beads to that stash. What I love most about the Stitchy Box are receiving flosses/threads to try that I wouldn’t normally seek out to buy for myself, the dyed fabrics, and embellishments that I wouldn’t think to use. All in all, this is a fun subscription box for the stitcher! Note: The link is NOT an affiliate link and I’m not being paid for any of these comments… These are just my own thoughts on this subscription service.

This week we are planning on doing a little thrifting, and I plan on working on Sleepy Hollow. I am excited to read what you’ve been up to and see your plans for the week!

This week’s To-Do list:

  • Work on Sleepy Hollow border.

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The Oregon House

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We pulled out of the driveway of the Oregon house this morning. This has quickly become “Home” for us, and I was sad to leave. It felt like we really just got here, got the house mostly set up and then it was time to leave. I took pictures of the rooms this week while we were cleaning up and preparing the rooms for the kids to be here in October. I was going to share all of this in Tuesday’s post but realized it would be too long of a post and I really felt like reflecting on the house and all of the work we did while on the road today. This post is pretty long and has lots of pictures, just FYI!

View of the Living room from the Hallway

View of the Living room from the Hallway

I originally had visions of a farmhouse style interior when we bought the house, but that was not really the direction we went. I will say it from the outset, I am NOT any good at interior decorating. The Mister and I just went out and bought furniture and furnishings that appealed to us. You’ll notice we are pretty minimalist with our things, and as mentioned in a previous blog post, tchotchkies are not anything the Mister really appreciates or cares about. I hate dusting, so lots of little knick-knacks are not going to be hanging around our house. I do have more wall art that I want to find, but I am not actively searching for it. We’ll pick up other little things that speak “Oregon House!” to us as time goes on.

Living Room 2

The Mister found these little red chairs and they are pretty comfy. We are big on thrifting, and look for items at estate sales and thrift shops. The thrifted items here are the pillows in the chairs, the “Live” and “Love” wall hangings and all of the items on the little table, including the picture frames. We hung a cheap TV we bought at Fred Myers on the wall, and next year we’ll get a wire cover that attaches to the wall for the cords that hang down and paint it to match the wall. Next year we will also be repainting the living room (right now the grey changes color depending on the time of day and it has a green undertone which is not to my liking). We will also paint the background of the bookcase and the hallways (downstairs, upstairs, and the stairway) the same color so there is a more uniform color throughout the house.

Living Room 1

The Mister really loved this modular couch. All of the pieces are moveable, so we can set it up any way we like. He loves to be all snuggled together, so that ottoman is usually snugged up and becomes part of the couch. The wooden tray was made by his dad, and I love having something he made in our home. The side table belonged to Brad’s mom, and it is there temporarily until we find a table that fits there and matches the living room a little better. The Mister made the quilt ladder for me to use in Havasu, but I didn’t have any quilts to put on it (I know, that’s horrifying to read from a quilter… but I tend to give my quilts away). We brought it here and right now the top rung has an afghan that was my birthday gift that Brad’s mom made for me last year. The second rung is an afghan that was made by a woman who was very special to Brad, his Aunt Maye. The last two rungs have my Modern InstaBee quilt that I draped over both rungs to make the ladder look fuller. By the time I come back, I should have several more quilts with me to put on the ladder!

Master Bedroom 2

Through the hallway and to the right is the Master Bedroom. It is on the north east corner of the house and is on the street side. The picture above is taken from the doorway. This room was the only room in the house whose color I loved, but not until we bought the comforter set. It was sort of a bland could-be-grey-could-be-greenish-blue color at first. But the comforter has a gorgeous light blue-green background that pulled out the blue-green of the walls. And it’s perfect! I’m not big on natural wood (you’ll remember that statement and laugh after reading a bit further), and especially dark wood, but when I saw this bed I absolutely loved it. I think it looks great in here! I ordered the curtain rods and blackout curtains from Amazon, and while I’m not thrilled with how dark the beige turned out to be, it still works in the room. The window behind the bed is as long as the other windows, but it’s the only good spot in the room for the bed. So when we re-side the house we will change this window to a wider, but shorter window that stretches along the length of the wall. I think that will be awesome!

Master Bedroom Built Ins

The master bedroom also has these roomy built ins, and the doors and drawers open and close pretty smoothly. For doors that have hinges and connectors that are painted over, anyway.

Master Bedroom 1

I was planning on putting a cozy chair and table here, but in reality I’d never be in the bedroom using it. So we decided to buy the matching dresser to the bed. Like I said earlier, we are pretty minimalist with our decor, but I think the room came together nicely. I will probably look for a few more wall decor items for this room.

Downstairs Guest Room 1

In my To-Do Tuesday post from almost two weeks ago I showed Before pictures of this room. It was a lavender-ish color, which is perfect for a little girls room, but I wanted something different. I seem to really be loving blue-greens, so I repainted this room the same HGTV Sherwin Williams Tradewind Blue that I painted the upstairs room in.

Downstairs Guest Room 4

This room really came together just like I envisioned it. I found this metal panel bed on Wayfair for an amazing price, $121.99!! We had a mattress from Brad’s mom, and her previous bed did not need a box spring for the mattress and neither did this one. Perfect! I found the Martha Stewart Coverlet and Sham brand new in the packaging at an estate sale for $15. Shabam! It reminds me of going to my grandma’s house where her beds had those embossed looking coverlets on them. The throw was purchased from Amazon, as was the pillow cover. I LOVE that pillow cover!!

Downstairs Guest Room 3

I knew I wanted a vanity for this room. Nothing massive and expensive, but a place where a guest could put a laptop and use it, as well as have a place to get themselves made up because our bathroom is so tiny and has no space for getting ready in the morning. I was looking for some antique furniture to give the room a cottage feel, but didn’t really find what I wanted at any thrift shops or estate sales. I found this vanity set on Amazon for what I thought was a great price. The little tchotckies on the vanity were thrifted items with the exception of the handkerchief that was handmade by Brad’s mom and the little clock which also belonged to Brad’s mom.

Upstairs Guest Room 1

I showed pictures of the upstairs guest bedroom after I finished painting it in THIS post. This was the Room Of Many Colors (Joseph would be proud… har har). This room now has an oak daybed with trundle that the Mister loves. We had a comforter set with it but the sheets and the comforter didn’t match the room. I purchased a white duvet cover/sham set and covered up the non-matching comforter. This room is so huge that I chose to make it sort of a mock living room/bedroom for a guest. The table is solid oak and Brad found it at a yard sale for FIVE DOLLARS. I am not big on silk plants, but I saw this at United Gospel Mission Thrift store and picked it up for $6. The lamp and little side table were Brad’s mom’s. The afghan on the bed was recently crocheted by Brad’s mom. She intended it to be for a charity auction that her retirement assisted living manager was going to arrange, but it never came to fruition. I was blessed to be able to get it for the house. The green is not the same color as in the rest of the room, but I absolutely don’t care. I love that I have some of Brad’s mom’s handiwork in our home.

Upstairs Guest Room 2

This secretary desk and lamp were Brad’s mom and fit well in that area of the room. I do still need to find a chair for the desk.

Upstairs Guest Room 3

This nook originally had a formica counter here that was used as a desk. We pulled that out and I put this dresser that also belonged to Brad’s mom here. I found the container of silk flowers at a yard sale for $3 and the galvanized metal pitchers were from Goodwill.

Upstairs Guest Room 4

I loved this pillow cover I found on Amazon. It’s just so cheery! This room is hard to figure out wall art for, since the side walls are half-height due to the pitch of the ceiling. I may try to find something for each side of the window by the bed, and something for above the secretary.

Upstairs Hobby Area 1

Finally, we come to the last room of the house. This is where you chuckle at my saying I don’t like natural wood. Because this entire side of the upstairs is covered in wood! And… I LOVE it. This is the room that the Mister and I fell in love with when looking at pictures of the house. This is pretty much the room that made us decide we wanted THIS house!

Upstairs Hobby Area 2

This area of the house will eventually be our hobby area. My sewing room and the Mister’s Amateur Radio room. We haven’t decided what will go where, but we will start working on it next year. You can see the hallway here that has a bathroom entrance to the left, a large closet directly opposite the bathroom, and the entrance to the guest bedroom at the end of the hall.

Upstairs Hobby Area 3

This side of the room was bumped out when they made the upstairs addition to the house in the 70’s. They added windows and raised the roof line here. The microwave on the floor was to be part of our upstairs mini-kitchen area but, despite having three-prong outlets all over the upstairs rooms, the outlet here on the banister is the only one that is a real, properly grounded, three-prong outlet (with the exception of the bathroom where the wiring was updated and GFCI outlets were installed). The mister left the microwave here until we figure out what we’re going to do with the wiring. I just got lazy and didn’t want to move it for the picture. The wiring in the house is a long story that, if you ever meet up with the Mister and I, Brad would love to tell you all about. I hope you have a while to visit…Hahaha! Next year’s plans include taking all of our multi-colored sockets, switches and mis-matched covers (brown, tan, white) and making them all white next year.

Well, that’s it for pictures of the house. We were so busy getting the house cleaned up and prepared for leaving that I completely forgot to take pictures of the dining area and kitchen. I’ll have to get them next time. We already have a big to-do list for next year, and we’re anxious to get back to work! For now, we say goodbye to our beautiful Oregon and head back to Arizona where school is soon to start, and sewing projects will start showing back up on the blog.

– Christine and Brad


To-Do Tuesday 6-21-16 | Settling Into The Oregon House

Have you all been having fun visiting other blogs for To-Do Tuesday? I hope you’re learning something new about the guest hosts and getting to know other crafty bloggers!

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The Mister and I have been super busy trying to get things done around the new house. (Disclaimer: I’m uploading unedited pics because it’s late and I’m super tired.) We were pretty disappointed to find that the previous owners acted more like renters than home-owners in that there are a bazillion little issues that could have been fixed with just a moment of thought and fixing things that go wrong as they cropped up. The Mister is pretty meticulous about fixing things before they become a problem, so he was probably the most let down by some issues. Our two major issues were finding that the electrical box has live wires just folded up in the bottom of the box and that other wires were spliced in with wire nuts. IN. THE. ELECTRICAL. PANEL. BOX. That’s a serious code violation if there ever was one! We’ve also got a kitchen faucet that leaks so badly I have to keep a towel behind it and wring it out in the morning. The cause is a cartridge in the faucet that went bad. It’s got a lifetime warranty for the original owners (which we are not) from Delta, but Delta graciously offered to send a replacement cartridge for free. The upstairs bathroom faucet? The nuts were put on backwards, so the entire faucet moves back and forth about half an inch every time you turn the water on and off. Those kinds of issues have driven the Mister a bit crazy lately. All fixable, but unnecessarily so if they had been addressed in the first place. And those are just the big issues (big because the contract had a “No” next to the questions as to whether there were plumbing or electrical issues in the house).

Front of house

Anyway, on to better things. I have lots of pictures of the yard around the house to share! Some things are a bit overgrown and I have been working my hind end off (I wish it were literally!) to clean up the yard. The Mister’s son used to do landscape work, so he came over to teach me how to prune the rhodies out front. The picture above is the before and after.

Side of House

I also tackled the north side of the house. This area had a lot of ivy crawling up into the bushes and pulling it all down. There was also a lot of dead wood in the bushes here that we cleared out. It ended up looking a lot thinner in the pictures, but it’s all much healthier now. You can see the Hosta on this side of the house now too!

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Plus, there is the weirdest, but coolest, looking hydrangea I’ve seen. The flowers in the middle are blue and super tiny, while the outer ring of flowers are white and a lot larger. I’ll have to do some googling on this variety of flower.

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The north side of the house also has some herb garden beds (that also have rhubarb and garlic growing in them) right across from the rhodies, hydrangea, and hosta. They’re way overgrown, so I’m cutting those back this week.

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This is the back of the house (west side) and we love sitting on the deck. There’s a gorgeous breeze that blows through there and we enjoy watching Ginger and Mugsy romp around the yard. (They literally romp. It’s adorable!) When we re-side the house we’ll be putting french doors where the big window is so we can walk right onto the deck from the dining room, rather than through the garage/laundry room area.

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This apple tree is the best part of the back yard. It’s one of the original trees from an orchard that was here in the 1920’s. It’s been spliced several times, so we have a couple different varieties of apples on it. Since neither of us are arborists, and the tree has not been maintained for at least 10 years (BIG surprise to us…not), we’ve hired an arborist to prune it in the fall. Hopefully we’ll get to figure out the variety of apples by then.

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We’ve got two raised garden beds that are back behind the workshop (that’s behind the tree in the picture above). There’s also a Marionberry bush and Raspberry bushes (that I’ve already trimmed back). The previous owners left us the composter too, so that was a great surprise!

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We’ve also got a gorgeous blueberry bush. We just picked about a quart of them on Sunday, and we have so many more still to ripen. So many berries, I just love it!

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There’s even a bed of strawberries against the house and just off the deck area in the backyard. They are the sweetest strawberries I’ve ever eaten. And that’s not hyperbole either. The first strawberry I tasted was like I had just prepared the strawberries for shortcake. As in sugared up. That’s how deliciously sweet they are!

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There was a bed of raspberry bushes against the fence line to the neighbor’s property when we bought the house. They looked great then, but when we moved in they looked like this. And the grass in front of them was dead too. The Mister, our realtor, and several other people agree that it’s a chemical burn. If that’s true, I’ve no idea why anyone would RoundUp these bushes, and it makes me sad. I’ll be cutting them back to the ground this week and see if maybe they come back next year. I keep giving the previous owner’s the benefit of the doubt and chalk it up to the big heat wave that hit right as we moved in. Who knows.

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Well, I think I’ve blabbed on long enough about the yard and all the growing things. It’s been overwhelming for me to get a crash course in all of this gardening. I am enjoying some of it, but I am seriously missing my sewing time. I have no idea how people who garden have time to sew! I’ll have to get my sewing fix when I run around visiting your blogs this week!

This week’s To-Do list:

  • Continue working on the house

Don’t forget that next week, June 28th, will be hosted by Amy of Swimming in a Sea Of Estrogen.

The To-Do Tuesday Summer Schedule:
June 7th: Sarah of Georgia Girl Quilts
June 14th: Myra of Busy Hands Quilts
June 21st: Here – Stitch All The Things
June 28th: Amy of Swimming in a Sea Of Estrogen
July 5th: Here- Stitch All The Things
July 12th: Bernie of Needle and Foot
July 19th: Myra of Busy Hands Quilts
July 26th: Amy of Swimming in a Sea Of Estrogen

What’s on your To-Do List this week?

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To-Do Tuesday 5-31-16 | Safe Travels & Memorial Day

After a few more situations where I exhibited my Christine Skills on spectacular levels (a flat tire on our tow vehicle the day before leaving that was not my fault, but occurred under my watch; and throw in a broken ink bottle splattering all over the place) we got on the road and had safe and uneventful travels as we made our way to Oregon this past week.

East Sierras

We took the scenic Eastern Sierra route up US 395 to get up to Oregon. I spent my pre-teen and teenage years growing up in the foothills of the Sierra Nevadas on the western side, in a little town called Oakhurst (about 40 miles north of Fresno and 20 miles south of Yosemite’s southern gate). I do not ever recall seeing the Sierras from the eastern side though, so I had to take a picture!

Mugsy

Our dogs travel well with us, and enjoy the comfort of the motor home. Mugsy likes to spend most of his time in his bed on the floor between the Mister’s chair and mine. I was able to get him to spend a bit of time in my lap though. This is his “can I please get down now, Mom?!” face.

Ginger

Ginger, on the other hand, is a lap dog and zonked out about 25 seconds after I put her in my lap. She and I both settled into our comfy places; me with my cozy quilt and kindle, and her with my comfy lap and arm. She can’t sleep unless she’s resting her head on something and in this chair she prefers that ‘something’ be my arm. It’s a bit uncomfortable, but once she starts snoring I can slowly move my arm out and replace it with the chair arm. She’s such an adorable snuggle-bug!

Upper Klamath Lake

I love driving into southern Oregon. Klamath Lake is beautiful, and I couldn’t resist snapping this picture. I was blown away to see snow on the mountain peak too. Such a different climate than Lake Havasu.

Three Sisters

We drove through Sisters, and I took a picture of the Three Sisters in the background. Still with the snow! Gorgeous view, and a gorgeous day for traveling.

Stitchin Post

Since we were traveling on Memorial Day weekend, Sisters was bustling with visitors. I grabbed a quick picture of The Stitchin’ Post as we drove by and was surprised to notice there were no people walking by as I took the image. The people were there, and a lot of them, I promise!

We arrived at the Salem Elks by Sunday afternoon. They had a sign posted that the RV park was full, but the Mister found out that they had not changed it from the previous day. We had a prime spot available to park in and we will be here for the next week while we wait to take possession of our house on Sunday evening. I am counting the days! We have driven by our little house at least 5 or 6 times, and walked by it twice. I’m sure we have long passed stalker status, but at least I have restrained myself from asking the sellers if I can help them pack.

Memorial Day

On Sunday we went to visit the graveside of the Mister’s mother, who just passed away in March, and his father who was a WWII veteran. I am thankful to him, and to all of the other service men and women, who have served our Country to secure, and keep, our freedoms.

This week’s To-Do list:

  • Take possession of the Oregon house!

June is the start of guest bloggers hosting To-Do Tuesday. Next week, June 7th, will be hosted by Sarah of Georgia Girl Quilts. Be sure and head over there, but if you forget I’ll have a post up here redirecting us to Sarah’s blog to link up!

The To-Do Tuesday Summer Schedule:
June 7th: Sarah of Georgia Girl Quilts
June 14th: Myra of Busy Hands Quilts
June 21st: Here – Stitch All The Things
June 28th: Amy of Swimming in a Sea Of Estrogen
July 5th: Here- Stitch All The Things
July 12th: Bernie of Needle and Foot
July 19th: Myra of Busy Hands Quilts
July 26th: Amy of Swimming in a Sea Of Estrogen

What’s on your To-Do List this week?

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