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    A Stitch in Time

    We have a fascinating series on the BBC at the moment called A Stitch in Time. This weeks episode was about The Black Prince who lived in the 1300s and discusses how quilting was used under armour...
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    Re: Some People!!

    yes, Caroline, thats what I told her. I have had this before and am not worried, it's Heather who is upset, which makes me mad! lol. This is not a 'friend' but is her Sister in...
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    Some People!!

    After everyone's kind kind words about The Wise Old Cat and the Quilt story and quilt which I shared with her, Heather went to the Baby Shower yesterday and came back heartbroken and furious.
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    Re: The Wise Old Cat and the Quilt

    Thank you all, such kind words. Quilting the cat footprints into the quilt was a bit of a pain but it fitted with the story. Chicken or the egg.........which comes first the story or the quilt? ...
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    The Wise Old Cat and the Quilt

    For those of you who ask to see my stories, here is a quick one for you.

    Whenever I make a picture quilt for a new baby, I write a story to be read to the child snuggled under the quilt, using it...
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    Re: Long time no see

    Hi Hi Love! So glad you found a use for that tartan. There are some very yummy offcuts of Harris Tweed around too which would make fab wallets!
    Alfie has inherited the bag you made for Lou. He...
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    Re: Long time no see

    I miss you too Sandy! How are things? Need to email :)
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    Re: Long time no see

    Thank you all for the kind words about Lou. The hole in our hearts was huge and we swore never to have another dog. Then.................. I was contacted by the rescue where we got Lou from asking...
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    Long time no see

    I wanted to pop in to say hi. Life in Daisy World has been as with everyone's full of ups and down.

    One of the 'downs' which we have not yet recovered from and perhaps never will is that we...
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    Re: What I've been up to lately!

    Hi Hi hi
    lovely to see you! Nice biscuits too
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    Re: My mother lied to me!

    I have never had powdered milk. I didn't know it existed until I was an adult. It amazes me that it was obviously so popular in the US, clearly milk was cheaper in the UK because you can be sure...
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    Re: Quilt top from Dec 2016

    It is very very lovely!
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    Re: Confession

    Ah Anna, we all speak out too soon and too much sometimes and in this day and age that also means posting on websites. The dif is there is no denying what is posted. Try not to worry. The chances...
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    Re: Happy International Women's Day!

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    Teach your daughters to worry less about fitting into glass slippers and more about smashing glass ceilings, I know mine did.

    This is what my daughter just posted on her facebook. I am...
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    Happy International Women's Day!

    Today is International Women's Day, I would like to wish all my sisters wherever you may be peace, tolerance and happiness.

    May we, as representatives of our generation work to make those who came...
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    Re: The tale of Seamus and the coffin

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    Here you go
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    Re: The tale of Seamus and the coffin

    Hi JCY

    Yes Seamus is our cat. He is a 34lb Main Coon and is an old man now. In his prime he was huge and soppy and sociable. Today he sags where he used to have muscle and squishes where he was...
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    Re: The tale of Seamus and the coffin

    Monique, I am so sorry about your Mother-in-law. A sad day. maybe though it is for the best that Seamus won't be there.... she might not have appreciated his 'imput'.

    Big hugs to help you get...
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    The tale of Seamus and the coffin

    From the archives.

    Jean emailed me this week and said she missed my stories. Truthfully there have been no new stories in a while............that is until Friday.

    Many of you know about Seamus,...
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    Re: News from Daisy World

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    Pictures of Seamus an Lou. Forgive Seamus looking stoned in the second photo. He was. On Cat Nip from the garden!
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    Re: News from Daisy World

    Aw Sally thank you. I will see if I can get Mr Daisy's head out of whatever super brainy software he is currently writing and persuade him to scan and do whatever it is he does to upload my designs....
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    News from Daisy World

    Thanks to everyone who has asked what goes on in Daisy world during my long absence from the forum.

    Mr Daisy is really well thank goodness. After 18 years in the same job he changed in January. ...
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    Re: Does anyone have a Kia?

    My noddy car is a ~Kia and I have had her for 13 years. Other than servicing, new tires and some brake pads she has never needed any work. I will drive her until she dies on her wheels from rot and...
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    Re: votes for women

    Just to clarify, this was a thought I had for many reasons.

    Firstly my Aunty Lizzie was a suffragette, in the thick of it and is someone I am very proud of. I knew her well as an old lady and...
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    Re: votes for women

    Hi Mary, I am in Cullingworth.......not far at all!
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