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    The Guild President

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    Beautiful work, an easy job to transport although you need good eyesight and a lot of patience, but your work has been really admirable

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    Block Queen

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    Very pretty. Sounds like your life requires you to be a strong, courageous woman. Keep looking forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mom23 View Post
    I finally have something to show. The past few months have been difficult and crazy so I haven't been sewing as much. What I have been doing is carrying a busy bag to doctors, dentists, hospitals, long out of town car rides, and even short rides. This is a counted cross stitch I purchased from fatquartershop. What I like about it most is that I didn't have to do any backstitching! I got the frame at a resale shop in Branson for $5.00 and the mounting board was on sale at Hobby Lobby. It was fun to make and kept my mind off of worries. I've already started my next project.

    Attachment 160599
    I'm envious of your talent

  4. #14
    Missouri Star

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    Your cross stitch is beautiful. Believe.

    Enjoy life and do what makes you happy. Everything else will follow.

    Every day I try to do one thing that challenges my comfort zone.

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    Missouri Star

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    Wish I had learned how to embroider or cross stitch. I love the look and the different things that you can make. Thanks for sharing. Just continue to take one day at a time, you can do this.

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    The Guild President

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    Quote Originally Posted by geegeequilts View Post
    I bought myself a tshirt after I was diagnosed with breast cancer that said...You're stronger than you think. You will get thru with faith & come out the other side better than before.

    Almost forgot, love your wall hanging! And the frame IS perfect!

    Gina
    Love that T-shirt! One of my patients came into the clinic wearing a T-shirt that said, "I've got chemo brain. What's your excuse?" Made me laugh out loud.

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    Robin, that is wonderful.
    Bernice

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    Love this!

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    Robin, I hadn't heard of your diagnosis. My heart is with you, and I'll be praying for you.

    Beautiful job on the cross stitch, and such a great message. Well done.
    Toni ... If I keep sewing long enough, will they make their own dinner?

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    Hi, Robin ~ I clicked on the link to your Pinterest page. Wow, you've made a lot of beautiful quilts! I really like that one, Into the Light. So...where are you now in your breast cancer journey? Are you done with chemo. or whatever treatments you're been undergoing? I hope you're doing okay. Thoughts & prayers.

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