Category Archives: crafts

Why do I love living in Bloomington? Let me count the ways.

1. You can walk out your back door and find a baby deer. 2. You an attend a harpsichord concert at the Wylie House, listening to talented musicians from the Jacobs School of Music perform in a charming nineteenth-century setting. … Continue reading

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Searching for our roots

Last week my brother and I traveled to Kansas for our Uncle’s memorial service. My mother, a native of Kansas, moved to Ohio at the end of World War II with my father, her soldier husband. The letters she wrote … Continue reading

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More fun with feedsacks!

My feedsack-quilt project has stalled in favor of short-term gratification.  Earlier this fall, a houseguest brought us several cloth pumpkins made from green and orange fabric, a little twine, and artificial fall leaves.  Very cute! We’re always looking for things … Continue reading

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