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Crafty Scientist
Interests: I love reading, sewing, quilting, knitting, crocheting, cooking, and watching Letterman.
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Mar 15, 2010
Anne, I'm so excited! You can certainly put a note about it on your blog. I don't mind if it's international. Postage isn't that much more, and I think it will make things more interesting.
Toggle Commented Mar 6, 2010 on Calling all Wanna-Bee's (ha!) at Chemistry Couture
Thank you SO MUCH, ladies! Vanessa: I forgot I put a gnome on my blue and orange quilt too! Must be my calling card :) Thank you all so much for the compliments.
Toggle Commented Feb 17, 2010 on The Bean Quilt at Chemistry Couture
As I am so tall and lanky, I am sure I would become a were-giraffe.
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Howfunny!We gave thisquilt a second theme without realizingit. To: [email protected]
Toggle Commented Feb 5, 2010 on The January Block at Chemistry Couture
My goodness, that all depends on my dedication. I hand quilted a larger quilt and it took me about 72 hours total. Smaller crib quilts take about 24 hours total. So somewhere in between??? It's totally worth it, though, and I find it very relaxing :)
Toggle Commented Aug 30, 2009 on Bento for Two at Chemistry Couture
Thank you, ladies! I do know what I'll be sending out. I'm very excited about it. I kept changing my mind about the theme, but I've finally settled on something and I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with :)
Toggle Commented Aug 2, 2009 on August at Chemistry Couture
No kidding! Or at least keep what little is left. What are you studying?
Toggle Commented May 4, 2009 on The Dress is Finished! at Chemistry Couture
I LOVE Winifred!!! I need to dye my hair blue and befriend a butterfly, now. Love your blog!
Toggle Commented Feb 13, 2009 on winifred at Wee Wonderfuls Archive
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I only get to see my mom about every six months, and the first thing I do when I see her is put my face to her neck and breath deep. Her mom smell is that of caring and loving and always having a comfy place to sleep and good food to eat. Moms smell like home, even if you haven't lived with them for a long time.
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I know what you mean about needing that fabric in your life. I recently added a few bits of it (in blue) to a quilt for my bed. The rest I am hoarding for later. I also just signed up for the swap, I'm really looking foreward to it!
Toggle Commented Mar 26, 2008 on easy comfy skirt at angry chicken
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