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Shoreline, CT, United States
I would love for you to join me (a retired senior)in my zany crafting adventures with quilting (waaaaay too much fabric); scrapbooking (will I ever catch up?); redwork; counted cross stitch; crossword puzzles; reading; and cooking.

Sunday, January 3, 2021

HASHTAG ROW

 
I finished my Hashtag Row this
morning 
on this gray day..
I love how this came out...

I am so fascinated to see
how the other punctuation signs will 
shake out...
πŸ‘©
You can find the tutorial
here on Angela's Blog
(So Scrappy)


[Don't look too closely --as per usual--
my seam allowances are not really 1/4"
on this machine; but,  it's about fun
not perfection, RIGHT?]

[Thanks Lizzy for your
tutorial on copy/pasting--
I must have been the last
person to "not know" how to
do this!! ;000]
πŸ‘πŸ’–
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Both hubby and I are feeling better today...
still have that hacking cough, but
other (nasty) symptoms 
have gone away...;)))

A very light dinner is on the menu
for tonight after our digestive
issues the past two days...
πŸ‘½

We opted for 
Comfort Food:
Scrambled eggs, a la Tom πŸ‘΄
English muffins with 
jam/jelly,
and little sausage links...
Yum... πŸ‘΅

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We were going to have a roast chicken
dinner, but thought that it was too rich with gravy and 
mashed potatoes and stuffing
and all.......
SOooooo
Tomorrow we will roast that baby!!
πŸ˜‹πŸ˜‹

Hugs, 
and stay safe

Julierose, La blageuse
(Thankful for good friends-euse)




16 comments:

  1. Your hashtags are soooo cute. I am trying to clean up around here. So much started and i need to get done. Rich neefs a walker caxdy and table topper.will try and make pockets to accomodate all his things

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  2. Your hashtags look great to me, Julierose! I have issues with a consistent 1/4 inch seam, too, but I figure as long as I'm making all the blocks, they'll go together somehow. Glad you're starting to feel better, too.

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  3. I'm glad to hear you're both feeling better. Love the hashtags! It's cold and gray up here too. Not looking forward to snow.

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  4. I'm glad you are both feeling better. These colds have been tough this year. Your hashtags are so cute! It's fun to see everyone's blocks.

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  5. Glad you’re feeling better, Julierose. Your hashtag blocks are cute! I’m still on the fence about the punctuation quilt. I think I’ve reached my saturation point with projects (or plates spinning in the air...)

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  6. Your hashtags look good! I'm also glad to hear that you are both feeling better.

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  7. I love that pink!!! Hashtags are fun...I love this one!

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  8. Your hashtags look adorable. Glad you two are feeling better. Wishing you a very speedy recovery.

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  9. So sorry you've been sick. Glad your on the mend. #FeelGood

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  10. You are so ahead of me, GF!!! Your breakfast sounds awesome. I agree with you - our pursuit of perfection is a killjoy. Embrace your wonkiness and thrive!!! Hugs.

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  11. Hope you are feeling better now. We had roast chicken, gravy and stuffing the other night, so yummy. Enjoy your chicken dinner too!

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  12. Your hashtags look so cute. I've often wondered about the 1/4" seam issue - does it really matter if they're exactly 1/4" provided they are the same throughout the project? I'm not a sane quilter by any means so maybe the quilt police are waiting to pounce. Glad you are starting to feel better - take care of you!

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  13. SEW glad to hear that you're feeling better and look at you go! Hashtag row already done? Woohoo!! :o))

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  14. I love the hashtags and the whole idea of punctuation. Glad I was able to help w the paste issues.

    lizzy

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  15. Glad to see you are playing along with the Punctuation quilt! I will enjoy watching your progress!

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  16. Great progress with the hashtags and so pleased to read that you're both feeling better!

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