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TexWisGirl

be safe! but enjoy that quilting/sewing retreat!

Rose

Have fun on your retreat!!! Hope you don't have far to go for the retreat.

Love that curtain...

Kar

Have fun at the retreat! The meat pies look great. How can you go wrong with any kind of pie. Yum!!!

Karen

The quilting retreat sounds like fun - although I'm not sure what you mean by UFO (like the flying object things?). I like the curtain a LOT - it goes so well with the log cabin. Log cabins always seem so cozy, but I can see where they might have different challenges for decorating. Have fun on your retreat!

Buttons

Oh Judy a quilt retreat sounds like fun. Enjoy. I love your log home and the curtain looks great. Have fun. B

Randy

Have fun on your retreat. Love the snow shot.

Ann

I like what o did with te curtain. It fits the rustic cabin look. I do enjoy the Country Sampler,too. The quilting retreat will be a lot of fun. Looing forward to seeing your results.

Barb

Have fun at your quilting retreat! I hope you don't have too far to go.

barbara neubeck

Hi Judy,
Sending wishes for a calm, restful and enjoyable retreat.
Barb xx

Nancy

Enjoy your weekend Judy!

EG CameraGirl , Canada

I hope you are having a great time on the retreat and that you'll bring back tons of photos.

Decorating a log house does sound like a challenge...but I'm sure you're up for it. :))

Candy C.

The pasties look yummy and the curtain looks perfect for your log home! Have fun at the retreat and we'll see ya' next week! :)

Linda W

Oh, I love pasties! My dad was born and raised in Wisconsin with family in UP Michigan, so home made pasties is a family tradition. Here in southwestern Illinois, no one knows what they are--sad that they're missing such a treat.

Love your curtains. Your home is my dream home--so cozy! Hope you're having a great time at your retreat.

Carver

I hope you enjoy the quilt retreat. I love the snow covered landscape. You don't need much decoration with all that beautiful wood in your house.

Nina

Enjoy the quilting weekend, Judy, sounds like a lots of gun and creativity! I love the curtain-idea!

Sandra

You lucky lady living in a log home. I can just imagine how wonderful that is. Love the curtain, what a great idea :)

Hope you have a blast at the quilting weekend and hope you remembered your camera, cause I want to see all the pictures lol

Cheryl @ TFD

I love your gingham curtain! Have fun the the retreat!

Allison

As I decorate our plain, new walls I'm choosy, too, Judy. Don't want any extra holes just because I couldn't decide right the first time! :-) Lovely curtains.

Cindy

Love that snow photo!!!! The curtains look great and I like the tie idea. Hope you're having fun at your quilting getaway.

A Romantic Porch

That is such a cute idea for a curtain It fits your look perfectly. You are right, decorating a wood wall is quite different that traditional, but you are doing great!
The snow photo is gorgeous.
xo rachel

gail kortbein

Hi Judy
The retreat was great. But it's nice to be home. I have not but one thing away yet. The wash is done and lunch is cooking. This afternoon I will Work on some sewing. Hope to see you again soon. Love Gail

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  • My name is Judy and I'm the owner of this blog. Thank You for visiting.
    I'm a...Wife...Mom of 11...Grandma to many...Homemaker and Blogger of Finnish descent...living in a log cabin here at Gentle Hearth Farm.
    I'm originally from Northeast Illinois, and my husband & I now live on 20 acres in Southwest Wisconsin up on a ridge in the Ocooch Mountains, 10 miles from the nearest town. My husband and I are empty nesters trying to figure out life after kids.
    I blog, knit, quilt, bake/cook and take pictures of just about anything.
    There is so much that I want to do, but there is just not enough time in the day to do everything, so I have to pick and choose, and I try to live each day in the present, life is so much nicer if you do.

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