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Back again with a picture of the finished Finglas Farm Quilt.  Completed a couple of weeks ago.  Now that the weather is getting cooler, and winter is on its way, the crafty projects are kicking into high gear.

 

 

 

 

 

 

I have also started a new knitting project, which will probably end up as a Christmas gift. – So no pics!  I met a new knitty friend a week or so ago who got me motivated to pick up the needles again.  She is the mother of one of Ansley’s classmates.  She not only knits but she was a spanish major in college – in IOWA – and went to school in Spain.  So I am definitely looking forward to getting together with her next Friday for a little show-and-tell of knitting projects.

We are also recently in the process of firming up a deal on a new house!  We are downsizing a bit and letting go of our big house/big yard.  It will definitely be a big savings both in money and upkeep.  We will have to do some remodeling – new master bath, laundry room and kitchen update – but will be refreshing to get rid of a lot of the clutter that builds up over the years!

Stay tuned for pics of the new quilting project that is beginning to take shape. Hope to get them up over the weekend in between hanging with our college freshman, who will finally be visiting for a couple of days.  🙂

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About thecraftyfarmer

I love a project - and I always have tons of them going at the same time - Sometimes it is hard to prioritize, but the usual order of importance generally looks like this: PROJECT 1) My relationship with my exceptionally wonderful husband PROJECT 2) The raising of my four children - the oldest just done with college, the second about to go off to college, a high schooler, and a middle schooler PROJECT 3) Keeping up with my mother and my friends PROJECT 4) Growing and cooking healthy food for my family and friends PROJECT 5) Sewing, knitting, repurposing furniture, or other crafty endeavors PROJECT 6) Playing with my constant shadow - the family (?) dog PROJECT 7) Looking after our house in the suburbs and our farmhouse ........ PROJECT 999) Keeping up with the 12 loads of laundry I seem to have every week!

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