Friday, February 10, 2012

iPhone-O-Gram! Dear Jane Style!

Just a bit of later night hand quilting in the recliner--feet up, needle pulling thread!

Indiana Jones is on the TV and I'm marveling over Harrison Ford in Raiders of the Lost Ark

Just a bliss moment! Commercial time--where's the popcorn?!



  1. Since I have followed you for just under a year, I know I haven't seen everything you have done, but I really don't recall seeing your Dear Jane before. Would love to see the whole thing sometime.
    Where is Orville Redenbacher when you need him?

  2. Anonymous10:22 PM EST

    That better be air popped, missy, 'cause I don't want to have to say "told ya so" when you're moaning about butter stains! ;D Chris G. Augusta, GA

    1. Anonymous7:39 AM EST

      Good one Chris. hehe
      Faye in Maine

  3. Enjoying handwork and Indiana Jones in New Mexico too! :) Can't go wrong with Harrison Ford!

  4. Anonymous11:27 PM EST

    hard to hand quilt with popcorn!!
    Ramona from Maine

  5. What type hoop do you recommend for hand quilting. I see you are using a hoop. Is t on a stand and what size is the hoop. Also what size quilt do hand quilt in such a hoop. Suzanne. Sneuhaus@hot.rr.com

  6. Yes, that sounds like a blissed out evening to me! Great to see your DJ again, if only it would inspire me to work on mine a little ... nup - just not feeling it! Love Harrison Ford ... he was such a honey!

  7. No NCIS on tonight? Enjoy your time at home. I see you are doing Baptist Fans on this quilt too.

  8. Sounds like an evening of heaven :-) I haven't been commenting much, but I have been reading, usually a day or two late, which I why I haven't bothered to comment. I'm sorry to hear that you've been in some pain, and I hope the chiropractor can straighten you out! Enjoy your "most of a month" at home and take care of yourself!

  9. You are doing another Dear Jane!???

    Happy Sewing


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