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more views of living & dining room, Here are some other angles of my room and why I am limited to the placement of my furniture (thanks for all your great suggestions or if you have more I will put your advice to work), Living Rooms
Hawaiian Horses, This small original design quilt was a pain to machine satin stitch on the edges. Never again!, Animals
Cats 'N More, I took a very odd applique block (I'm not a very good appliquer) and mixed it with some blocks some other folks had given me added some stamping and machine quilting!, Animals
The Other Dream, I made this based on a nightmare I had that my mother was sticking safety pins in the roof of my mouth and I was letting her., Special Occasions
Hoopa, Queen of the Stripey Ball, I took a photo of one of my dogs blew up and altered a few sections and sent fabric through my printer. I then wonder-undered the sextions in the approximate places onto a piece of hand dyed light-to-dark fabric and quilted in a plain grid. Fast and fun!, Animals
Tiny tiny kitchen, This very tiny kitchen was challenge...So the only thing to do was improvise adapt and overcome!  The refrigerator is in a cubby made by splitting a hallway in half. It was my first try at working with ceramic tiles and the smaller decorative tiles worked out great when laying out the pattern.  I used pale yellow on the walls then a darker glaze. To get the faux look I used crunched up plastic bags to roll off some of the glaze. The splurge was on the cabinets!, Kitchens