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RE: Success from Seed -- At last! (Follow-Up #8)

posted by: gojillian on 08.22.2012 at 07:54 am in African Violets Forum

Check out this hybridizing website page,

http://www.violetpatchofsouthflorida.com/hybridizing.html
There is a how to video on hybridizing and if you click on the hybridizing photos they enlarge.


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african violet hybridizing
clipped on: 08.25.2012 at 08:46 pm    last updated on: 08.25.2012 at 08:47 pm

Soldier Quilt - Strip Twist

posted by: trifles on 11.11.2006 at 11:06 am in Quilting Forum

I finally finished my charity quilt for a wounded soldier. All that's left is to wash it - gulp. My quilt guild provides a label, so I don't have to make one of my own. The pattern was fun to make. It's called Strip Twist, and the quilt is two blocks by three blocks that create an optical illusion of blocks on point.

Got my Color Catchers - now off to the laundry room....

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Trifles quilt
clipped on: 11.11.2006 at 06:31 pm    last updated on: 11.11.2006 at 06:32 pm

9 to 4 I spy pictures

posted by: bkfdwife on 10.25.2006 at 10:35 am in Quilting Forum

Our day finally brightened enough for me to get some decent pictures...I made 2 of these, pretty much the same, with the same backing. I birthed them, so no binding needed. The squares were 5 inches to start if that gives you an idea of size. A quick, fun, great little project! I will make more as I have time, these are for crisis Foster children that are newly placed. They are just big enough to provide a bit of warmth, alot of fun, playing and education, but small enough they can be toted around anywhere!
Thanks for looking..
Lisa
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9to4 quilt .9 patch blocks cut apart then sewed back together.
clipped on: 10.25.2006 at 11:21 pm    last updated on: 10.25.2006 at 11:22 pm

Paver bugs

posted by: luvstocraft on 09.29.2006 at 12:00 pm in Decorative & Tole Painting Forum

Have any of you painted the pavers? These only cost 44 cents at HD or Lowes, and there are two types. I use these flat ones for bugs, and the centered ones for Turkeys, Uncle Sam, Scarecrows, etc. (Can get pics later, after I dig them out!) They are great simple projects for kids to paint. There are two published books out, I only bought the first one and Crafts & Things magazine has also had some projects using them. Enjoy!


  

  

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clipped on: 10.08.2006 at 06:21 pm    last updated on: 10.08.2006 at 06:21 pm

More paver characters

posted by: luvstocraft on 10.06.2006 at 11:36 pm in Decorative & Tole Painting Forum

Dug these out of the storage shed today so I could take a pic to share with you all. I still have a couple of unpainted ones. Thinking maybe a santa and snowman. Luvs







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Pavers, ideas to paint
clipped on: 10.08.2006 at 05:29 pm    last updated on: 10.08.2006 at 05:30 pm