Nail Polish Tote

I had a swap in a nail polish group.   Yes—-I LOVE nail polish!   Check out my IG account—–PLENTY on there!  LOL

nail polish caddy tote


We do a swap every now and then.  Roughly $25 worth of goodies.  I try to add something homemade if at all possible.


nail polish caddy tote


This has 3 box pleated pockets for a base coat, top coat, and color, as well as tiny pockets on the side for orange sticks and emery boards.

nail polish caddy tote


They slide in nice and deep, and everything has 2 layers of cotton batting for protection.

nail polish caddy tote

A simple tie to hold it together and you’re ready to go!   I hope to have a pattern for it soon.


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Yellow and Pink Crib quilt

Nothing as sweet as new baby girl!    And of course she needed a quilt!!  Baby Quilt Girl Pink yellow


It is for my Mother In Law’s boss.   She liked pinks and yellows, so I went with it!

Baby Quilt Girl Pink yellow


The pattern is EASY!!    A disappearing 9 patch.

Baby Quilt Girl Pink yellow


Make a 9 patch and chop it into 4 parts.   Sew back together, and there ya go!

Baby Quilt Girl Pink yellow


I had a few extra blocks, so I tossed them on the back.

Baby Quilt Girl Pink yellow


Paisley quilting, and of course, my butterfly!

Baby Quilt Girl Pink yellow


Mom and new baby are doing well, and love the quilt.

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Neighbors and Friends Live Here Mugrug Swap, via the

I signed up to join a mugrug swap through Quilting  It was advertized as “some embroidery required”.    When I got around to working on them, I saw that the instructions called for hand applique as well!!   AKK!   That is a LOT of handwork!!   Later, I discovered that machine applique was allowed…oh well!   By that time I had half of one already finished.   Maybe next time I’ll reread ALL directions before starting, huh! Ultimately, I even hand sewed the binding!  I NEVER do that!  We had to follow a pattern, but some modifications were allowed.



The geese were added to mine because they evacuate here for the winter.



(yes, I know it is migrate.   I like evacuate better!)



This was supposed to only have 2 hills.   I ran out of green.   oops!



These certainly aren’t perfect, but I’m pleased with my first embroidery.



I hope my partner likes it too!



I went to mail these to Australia this AM and was told it was going to cost $45.   WHAT???!!!    It was too heavy to go First Class.   Sorry, but that 6ounce piece of fudge cam out and is now MY dessert!!!  LOL


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Oh Christmas Tree

Mom ordered a runner for her friend!   Look how stinking cute this is!  Another batch of crappy cell pics, but it is the best I could do.   It is already in Mom’s hands.

Christmas Table Runner


The striped binding is simply PERFECT!Christmas Table Runner

I hope Mrs Joy likes this!

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Christmas is coming…..

I managed to get a Christmas project done.   This one was almost a year overdue.   I am happy that I finally managed to get it where it belongs.  These are cruddy Cell pictures.   I am sorry!!   I needed it shipped before I lost it!!!Christmas wall hanging


My favorite detail is the jingle bells!!!!   I LOVE it!Christmas wall hanging

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