What am I Doing?
Yesterday I started adding Sudoku Puzzles to the site. I do plan to add word search puzzles, crossword puzzles, cross stitch and filet crochet charts and new videos as time goes by. They will all be in the Recent Addition section of this newsletter and will only be added when they are ready of course, so the Recent Addition section will only change when I have added something new to the site. I may add recipes as well, not sure about that one though.
I have started making Christmas gifts for my family and today I will be working on a shopping bag for someone in my family. I am crumb quilting it. I do plan to publish the pattern in the future but for now I am working on the piecing. So if you are into crumb quilting, and you are interested in making a shopping bag with crumb quilting, start piecing 2 panels that are 18" x 21", the same size as fat quarters, I will show you how to make a shopping bag with them! You will also need lining of any whole piece of fabric of the same size, two fat quarters or a half yard of cotton cut in half along the fold.
The Recent Addition section of this newsletter will be updated on an irregular basis. This gives those of you who miss a chance, to see the new posting, to get to view them, before they are changed to something new.
Since this month is October, I will be featuring all of the Halloween related patterns whether they are always free or not.
I am working on adding to my inventory of the 3/16" Bead Easy Eyelet Setter! I should have a fresh batch made by Monday night so if you want one, you can order one on Amazon and Etsy! Check These Out Here!
This Week's Tip
Stringing Beads Before Stitching
If you crochet with beads, put the beads in a shallow dish to make it easier to scoop them up one or two at a time. When working with beads, most of the time you will need to put the beads onto the thread or yarn first before starting with crocheting.
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