Saturday, November 26, 2016
Open house on Saturdays
That's Dec.3rd, 10th and 17th. 4pm -7pm Come and learn ( for free ) how to thread a sewing machine and Sew Something, a 4 patch out of free fabric squares! I teach classes in all aspects of textile art. Quilts , Wall Art , & lots of small quilt art objects are always for sale.
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Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Small Business Saturday at Crooked Pine Quilts November 26 Saturday 10am-2pm.
Contact me at : email@example.com
Now on to the fun I have had in the north. Sometimes It is hard to not find my animal people no matter how much I say to myself , please don't! Here I am leading the cats away from the jeep. At Animal Haven
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Sunday, November 6, 2016
Friday, September 23, 2016
is 23'' by 29''
This picture taken as a "shameless plug of my business" photo may give a bit of realism to the size.
Stay tuned for future photo's with descriptions of how I made Chick.
I am quite thankful that in addition to other genetic attributes
I inherited my funny bone from both my mom and dad.
Below is my mom's dammit doll with Chickpea.
I will give the dammit doll to whomever buys the most tickets at one time.
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Tuesday, September 20, 2016
Drawing 12/29/16 Tickets $5
Wall quilt raffle to benefit Wildlife Rehabilitation!
“Chick Pea” was designed and sewn by Amanda Whitsel and is based on my resident Coturnix quail, who provides eggs for the opossums. Her full name is Lady Frida La Placida Nordbrooke of Kensigntonhamshireville-on Hudson, but that wouldn't fit on the back of this colorful, handcrafted piece. Set in a handmade frame from reclaimed wood, this would brighten anyone's home! All proceeds go towards rehabilitating orphaned and injured wildlife in Madison County, Georgia.
$5 a ticket or
$20 for 4 tickets
You can buy tickets online: http://paypal.me/degrasse (specify chick pea raffle and supply your address) or by check or cash to Suzie DeGrasse or Amanda Whitsel.
Drawing will be December 29: tickets make a great stocking stuffer
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