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Kar

You are always so sweet helping all the kids out whenever you can. :) How nice of Jim to hang those buckets for you.

Randy

I like that beautiful quilt in the first shot.

Karen

I love your lap quilt - and the buckets on the sign are a nice touch - what a fun surprise!

TexWisGirl

the sign is very cute. and i like the patterns and color of your lap quilt!

Monica James

Love the quilt!!

Thimbleanna

Haha -- I'll bet those warm temps have been replaced today LOL. We're having a beautiful snowstorm here. Your bread looks YUMMY and the quilt looks cozy -- love it!

Nancy

In my very limited experience, dark baking pans give the best results. What are your thoughts?

Love the sign and your quilt, too.

Candy C.

I love your quilt, such beautiful fabrics! I have a cast iron bread pan too and use it now exclusively! :)

Hesper

Beautiful Quilt and loving the sign!

Vee

The quilt is wonderful. It would not live in my car. How do you handle the log cabin? I have a similar problem with the v-match. Oh wonderful maple sugaring season. Hope that it's a great one. We had Pannukakku for supper again and I thought how delicious it would be with the "real stuff." So far, I've seen no sap buckets or lines here.

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