Favorite Scripture

FOR I KNOW THE PLANS I HAVE FOR YOU, DECLARES THE LORD...PLANS TO PROSPER YOU AND NOT TO HARM YOU...PLANS TO GIVE YOU A HOPE AND A FUTURE.
JEREMIAH 29:11 (NIV)

Friday, April 20, 2012

Table Toppers/Give-Away/ PRS added to bottom of Post

                    IT'S MY TURN!

EDIT
Please Note: I am leaving up my Table Topper Post till Tuesday when I will be A Guest Poster on SEW WE QUILT with some cool Kitchen stuff! 
 Prayer Request Sunday (PRS) is at the bottom of this post and will return as the Main Feature Next Week!



You know I couldn't make a Table Topper without involving one or more of my FIVE Grandpeeps!
Geez, you'd think I'd be tired of the little buggers by now
But Nah!...
I got this idea from where else but my new favorite fun place
PINTEREST...
Embroider your Children/Grandchildren's Art work!!!!!
(Seriously, if you haven't  begun *pinning* you are missing SO MUCH!)
MY Granddaughter drew me a picture and I simply traced it onto fabric.  I then embroidered the picture exactly line for line, letter for letter, as she drew it!  I'm in love and so is her mama but I won't give her this one!
Hmm???  sounds like some good gift ideas for the future!!??
The artistic drawings of a precious little 7 yr. old girl.

Then I thought I would show you some more "works in progress" for the Table Topper
Hmm???
Here is an orphan block that I actually use beside my sewing machine.
Doesn't it look all dressed up in it's little hanger?
Quilting is like keeping a Journal with all it's sentimental value.  
Here is a series of pictures with 3 of the last blocks my mother pieced.  She and I took a class together and due to her increasingly poor vision from macular degeneration, I ended up doing much of the 3 blocks myself. I would not, however, trade the wonderful time spent with my crazy precious little mama.  
BTW, I have a story to tell from my mother's lips to your ears in honor of
 Cinco de Mayo, May 5th.
So stay tuned for a real winner of a story!

These are the other tow blocks that I plan to incorporate into a table runner.

 LOVELY AREN'T THEY?
I took a Dollar store Hankie and Embroidered the letter /M/

OOPS
Where did my mini quilt go?
it's been eaten by one of the 
"blue dogs"
cousin to the Blue Men!


Oh no!!  Blue Puppy is trapped!
HELP!
AAHHH!  GOTCHA!!  The culprit is found.  
It's what happens when little boys play with their Grandmama's quilty "stuff"
I wish you could HEAR the sneaky little giggle that goes long with this picture.
So there is my contribution to 
Spring Is In The Air Blog Hop

My SPRING BLOG HOP GIVE-AWAY
Who would like a Spring Fat Quarter ShopGift Certificate for 
$25
so you can make your very own Mini Quilt?
(Make SURE I have a way to contact you, No-Reply Bloggers are out of luck unless they leave an email address in their comment)

All you have to do is be a follower and make a comment.
Winners picked and announced on the last day of the Blog Hop

Hop On Over to see some more Spring Table Top quilts

Friday April 20th 

April 22, 2012
PRAYER REQUEST SUNDAY
For I know the plans I have for you declares the Lord, Plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you a hope and a future"   Jeremiah 29:11  NIV

We have TWO wonderful Praise Reports this week
BABY MAX HAD A BIG WELCOME HOME PARTY FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS NOT ONLY TO CELEBRATE THE MIRACLE RECOVERY OF BABY MAX BUT TO THANK ALL THE PRAYER WARRIORS.  HE CAME HOME THE SUNDAY BEFORE PALM SUNDAY!  THANKS TO PATRICIA FOR GIVING US THAT WONDERFUL REPORT, AFTER ALL, BABY MAX STARTED THIS WHOLE PRAYER REQUEST SUNDAY!

Julie reports her Grandson Ben who is 10 and having unexplained seizures has been through a battery of tests and all the results conclude that the seizure was a one time occurrence and nothing can be found that would have caused the seizure.  His only restriction is from driving...and since he's only 10 that won't be a problem!  LOL!!  Thanks Julie for injecting some humor to a somber subject.  You're my kind of people!

and now...
I want to shout with Praise for an answered prayer in my life.  I did not share it with you because it all happened so fast and typing it would have made it seem too real.. Forgive me...BUT...My second Mammogram came back free and clear!!  I had gone in for my routine mammogram on  March 27th.  I never gave it a second thought because I've NEVER been called back in over 19 yrs.  NO BIG DEAL!! Fast forward to the next week and I'm helping a friend put her quilt together in the church fellowship hall using the big tables when I get a call on my cell phone.  The little technician told me my mammogram had cause for concern and the radiologist needed me to come in ASAP and have more tests run.  I felt like I had been kicked in the stomach!  My friend and I stopped and prayed right then and there.  I was determined to go on with my day but I will tell you wasn't easy.  I went in that Thursday for more "flatten and squish" pics under the influence of 1mg. Xanax.  That stuff is like drinking a bottle of Boones Farm because I barely remember the Dr. telling me everything was OK>!!  Thank goodness my husband was with me and doing the driving!!  I just can't take that stuff(remember my episode flying to NC under the influence of Xanax??)  The workers in the Charlotte Airport remember hauling some short fluffy lady to her gate because "she wasn't feeling so well".  So...I'm Good To GO!!  Whoop Whoop!!
Love to you all!!


117 comments:

  1. Perhaps it is time to dig out some of those orphan blocks before the blue dog gets them.
    Samm-san knows a good poster when she sees one!

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  2. I'm a follower. Great post, you sound like a really fun granma. When I was a kid I had a great time with my granma, we did all sorts of fun stuff. Wonderful table toppers also. ;-> Toni Anne

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  3. The evil chuckle of a child having fun is the best sound in the world. I love the embroidery of your grandchild's drawing, that is certainly a wonderful idea and I look forward to being able to do this in the future when my children start drawing.

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  4. I like all you toppers but especially the first one..that's a fabulous idea! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  5. What a wonderful idea to incorporate your grand-children's drawings. I have just the one....Thank you for sharing your table toppers. I know now what to do with mom's hankies. Judith, Texas

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  6. I am a follower and I love your little giggly helpers. So sweet.

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  7. What a lovely idea, to use your grandchildren's drawings like that.

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  8. Your toppers looks lovely! Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  9. You have very creative grandchildren...they must get it from you! Love the table toppers! I am a follower!

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  10. Great ideas. Thank you so much for sharing and the chance to win.

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  11. Your table toppers are adorable! I am now a follower of your blog and would LOVE to win the giveaway!

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  12. Good Morning Jane...goodness me you have been busy...grandchildrens; work into a mini quilt..Marvelous idea...seems to be a theme here...and your orphan quilts...oh wow...love the idea of framing those....you did good my dear, and I have sew enjoyed having my coffee with you this morning...I love this...

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  13. I've been a Follower for a while and always enjoy what you share with us

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  14. I am a follower and I love the idea of stitching the grands art work. We have 6 with one on the way and art work is left everywhere when they go home from a visit.

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  15. I am a happy follower. I love your minis. I may have to take up embroidery now. :)

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  16. Such a cute idea. This would be darling for mother's day for my daughter!
    I have been a follwer and really enjoy your blog!

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  17. I'm inspired to use my daughters' artwork I've saved for almost 30 years! Thank you! These little table toppers are so addicting! I also was "charmed" by how you clipped the "quilt" to the "holder"! I've been handsewing tedious pockets to the back on mine! Thanks for sharing! And WHO wouldn't love to win the gift certificate??!! I know I would!!

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  18. I'm a new Grandma and will keep the embroidery idea for all those wonderful " I love Grandma" letters! I'm a new follower. Thanks for a chance.

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  19. New follower via GFC. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  20. HOw wonderful are all your blocks - I love that you are documenting the grands artwork in stitchery ... wonderful opportunity for treasures. Judy C follows you devotedly

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  21. I have one of those too. Only she sneaks whole pieces of fabric and leaves something inits place! Like a leaf.

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  22. Really cute table toppers. I have been toying with the idea of using quilt blocks on my hanger and now I am going to do that. I have lots of orphan blocks in a container just waiting to be used. Thanks for the idea and the giveaway.

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  23. Missed you last night!! It was a great program, too. Your toppers are cute -- I loved the idea of dressing up a hankie, too! Scott is such a darling...I can't believe how "grown" he is! :)

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  24. As a new reader of your blog, I love seeing the stories of your grands. I'm a new grand and hope to have lots of experiences with mine. He will be just as mischievious.

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  25. How Special! Congrats & Love your blog!!

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  26. I'm a follower. The toppers are lovely, but the grandson is the cutest! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  27. Thanks for sharing the lovely line-up of great toppers, Jane. How special that you used some artwork from your granddaughter to make such a pretty topper. I bet she's proud to see you pay homage to her art in a fabric version.

    ... I do believe I can hear those giggles you mentioned. With a face like that, any mischieviousness can be easily overlooked. ;o) What a cutie!

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  28. Love all your toppers. I'm looking forward to spending time with my first grandson, who is one month old this week.

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  29. Jane I love the idea of embroidering your granddaughter's drawing - how special for her! And I'm touched by your mother's blocks. I wish I had a few of mother's to make into a mini! What a great series of mini quilts you've shown us - and certainly I'm going to copy that embroidery. :) blessings, marlene

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  30. I am a follower and always enjoy reading your posts. I am getting so much inspiration with these table toppers and have been collecting some really pretty hankies and didn't know what I would do with them. Making the table topper with the initial is so pretty and such a good idea. Thanks for sharing with us all.

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  31. Although I'm not a grandma yet, I know and love those little boy giggles. My babies are twin boys (lots of ornery giggles from them). They come at the end of 5 beautiful kids.
    As much as I enjoy my kids, I'm almost afraid of what my grandkids are going to do to my heart! *giggle*

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  32. I so love that first topper and that "sneaky" little guy at the end is precious! I've been following for awhile thru email, didn't realize I wasn't "official" thru the reader until I just looked...am now tho, lol! Thanks for your generous giveaway and for sharing your toppers and stories!

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  33. What a beautiful post! I love all of your toppers! Odd, I thought I already followed your blog...I am now...lol!

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  34. An orphan block turned mini.. fabulous
    A block with Mother memories... treasured
    Littles into Nana's stuff... priceless!!!
    I can hear the giggles from here and there is NOTHING that beats that!!

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  35. Lovely post and wonderful little helper! Now I hadn't thought about those pretty hankies, but a super way to show them off - I haven't the heart to sew them into anything. Thank you for sharing with us today.

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  36. What a cute little guy! :) I can almost hear his giggle! Thanks for the giveaway chance - I'm a follower.

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  37. Thank you Jane for sharing your delightful tabletopper quilts. I like your suggestion of incorporating a special hankerchief into a mini quilt. So many good ideas, my head is spinning. Can't wait until my hanger stand arrives so I can display my own little tabletopper. Thank you for sharing.

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  38. I am a follower-- thank you! I love your pretty table toppers! When my oldest daughter was in Kindergarten I transformed one of her drawings into an embroidered pot holder for her teacher's Christmas gift. As long as Mrs. Reid was a teacher, she kept the potholder on display in her classroom-- it meant so much to her! I need to pull out my girl's early artwork and make table toppers from them-- love it! :-) Thank you for the chance to win!

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  39. I am a new follower. I love your toppers. Thanks so much for sharing with us. You have a really nice blog.

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  40. I can hear that giggle all the way over here in SC. LOL What a cutie! Love your minis...thanks for sharing the sweet stories and all of the wonderful ideas!

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  41. I follow. I love, love, love the darling grand-child mini! I've done something similar with my DGD's art. Great way to create memories. Thanks for sharing and the possibility of a win for a giveaway.

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  42. GREAT work!! EVERYTHING is so lovely!

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  43. I am a new follower!! Love the fabric colours you used for your minis!! Thanks for the chance!

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  44. cute post and great minis.
    I am a new follower.

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  45. Very nice work! It makes me want to get out my orphan blocks and make use of them too.

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  46. that's just darling! my son draws every day. I should save some of his masterpieces for wall hangings, similar to your topper!

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  47. What a cute idea. It also preserves the art well into the future! I am a new follower. Thanks for a chance at a great prize.

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  48. Such cut little table toppers & little boys to go with. Little boys are the best!

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  49. Well, Gmama Jane... I need to dig out my kid's artwork! This is wonderful!
    And I love the way you chose to photograph your toppers. Nicely done.
    Oh, those sneaky little boys.... 'cept mine is not so little anymore at 6'6"!
    I'm a new follower, too!

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  50. I do like the idea of using the little one's art work. I think I can hear those giggles from here.

    I am a new follower.

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  51. I love using a child's art to make quilts. Brilliant!

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  52. I am giggling over here as well! love your toppers! and the sneaky blue dogs! I am a new follower

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  53. Oh Jane, what a great Grandma idea! Love it and your others! Great job.

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  54. just hopped on by ...and joined your following
    love the toppers .... you can almost hear those giggles in the last pic.
    in stitches

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  55. I'n a follower. I love your idea of embroidering a handkerchief to display on your mini quilt hanger.

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  56. I love how you re-purposed the hankie! I am inspired to play with some of my orphan blocks now.

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  57. i'm a follower ... i admire your topper and blox. aren't grankids treasures?

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  58. I follow you too! Kind of you on the giveaway!

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  59. I am a new follower. Love your work. thanks for the opportunity.

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  60. I'm a new follower! I love the quilt with the artwork! How sweet that is. I'm going to have to get busy and have my granddaughter create some designs for me! And just LOVE the dollar store hankie!!

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  61. Great idea and beautiful projects.I follow you too.

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  62. I just LOVE your mini quilts, especially the hankie-I have a bunch of my mother's and eventually hope to make a quilt for my daughter and niece as a keepsake. I recently scanned some of my daughter's art work and have it on a CD, but I'm not sure she'd like a bunch of mini quilts or even a quilt now as a newlywed. Perhaps several years from now when she has her own children. I am also a retired teacher, Home Economics, the "endangered specie" profession. Thank you for the opportunity to win some new fabrics as my stash is rather vintage!
    Rosemary
    nellieduclos@yahoo.com

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  63. Love your mini quilts...but...gotta say...the grandson takes the cake (and apparently the quilty stuff too!) He's adorable! Oh, I'm a follower!

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  64. I enjoyed seeing your table toppers. I am also a follower.

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  65. I love your creativity. I am a follower.

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  66. Love the idea of using kid's art work in your mini. Sew cute! I'm a follower!

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  67. Hey Jane! I could just hear the giggles all the way to Texas!! Such a good idea, quilting up the grandkids' artwork...so very cute! And now you have THE perfect showcase for the 3 blocks from your dear Mama!! They really are pretty!! And how clever is that hanky - all for a whole dollar!! Really good way to brighten up a corner!

    Thanks for sharing everything with us!!

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  68. Thanks for showing us so many beautiful mini quilts!
    I'm glad to found your blog and following you now.
    I noticed your blog name is using grand"mama" instead of grandma :) . I loved how it pronounce :)

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  69. I'm following as Renee G on GFC and love the hanky idea.
    rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOt)com

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  70. Yes I wish I could here the little giggles! Cute! Blue dog? cousin to the Blue Men? Too Cute! or should I say "blue cute"?
    I am a new follower - LOVE your embroidered art. How sweet to see in years to come that child's imagination preserved in stitches!? Count me in!
    Mini Quilts are quite a hit lately and I love the idea too.
    I think it would be SOOOO NEATO if we would make a small mini representative of each quilt we make.
    Maybe I'll do that one day!
    Cinco De Mayo! ... my Great Niece's First Birthday will be May 5th! :-) Sweet! Baby Clarabel!
    Thank you for the fun :-)
    Sassy Cathy
    byrd at gulftel.com

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  71. I could hear that sneaky little giggle all the way to VA.!

    I feel smarter than my Doctors…all they say is ‘I don’t know’
    I absolutely LOVED this one!

    You are one fantastic gal! Keep up the good work!

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  72. That is some giggle! What a nice way to showcase your moms blocks. I'll have to give that a go.

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  73. Love the stories behind the minis and your adorable little grandson! I'm already a follower....TFS!
    ~Terry~

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  74. Thanks for the mini stories. I'm a follower and receive your emails. Little boys that age like to play tricks on their grandmothers (and aunts). I like the artwork mini best.

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  75. I loved your stories, what a great sense of humor. I'm now following you, thanks for the giveaway. I do plan on making some of my own table toppers after seeing all the creativity here on the hop..

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  76. Such pretty minis. Signed up to follow and hope to see more soon :)

    Vail in tn

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  77. I get to be a grandma for the first time this October; looks like being a grandma is going to be fun. Love your minis, they're so cute and so is your grandma.

    I'm a follower, thanks for the chance.
    shel704 at aol dot com

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  78. Love the minis Jane and the grandson is adorable.....

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  79. I love your idea to stitch your children's art, I hope your hand is doing better I remember being here a few days ago and you posted about cutting your hand. Thanks for the chance to win, and I love the blue dog!

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  80. Lovely idea for toppers. I am a follower too

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  81. What a wonderful idea you have of memorializing your grandchildren's artwork! I save all of my 3 grandchildrens' letters and drawings. I should go through them and pick out some things to stitch up! I've just become your newest follower. Be especially blessed, Kathy

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  82. Such a fun post , love the art work done in embroidery , I did a similar thing only I appliqued the work , it is a treasure for sure. Loved all your blocks too and how nice you are utilizing your Mothers work in this way . I am a follower ,thanks for the chance to win.

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  83. Haha - such cute little culprits! This is a great idea, such fun inspiration with the grandkids. Love your photos too, a beautiful setting! And the hankie is such a great idea as well. Thanks!

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  84. I'm a new follower through BlogLovin'. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  85. I love your toppers. I'll keep the grandbaby's art work in my memory bank for when mine is old enough to produce his own art (At 6 months, he's brilliant, and about to start university, but he's behind on his artwork ;-) ). Thanks for the chance to win.

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  86. I love checking out your blog...cute table toppers. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  87. I am a new follower. Love the little quilts.

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  88. I'm a new follower. Love the blue dogs.

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  89. Hi Jane -- Your little guy is adorable! I love the idea of embroidering children's artwork. Thanks for sharing!

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  90. Hi Jane - love the little minis and that blue dog ! I've been following since the ghastlie days :)

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  91. I spy blue dogs. Thanks for sharing your fun items with us. I am a follower of your blog

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  92. Dear jane,
    Love your mini's and I think that your idea to use a hankie with the initial is just so clever. Thanks for sharing, I follow your blog.
    Cheers
    maggie

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  93. What beautiful table toppers! And I'm glad you have such sweet memories of your Mother through these blocks! Priceless! Thanks for the opportunity to win such a great giveaway!!! :)

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  94. Very nice! Loved all of them.

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  95. Lovely toppers and so creative! Thanks for sharing!

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  96. Love your embroidery, pinterest is wonderful isn't it!

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  97. Your mini idea is perfect. And I can't help but chuckle at what the grandson did. So typical of little boys. Good news on the mammogram.

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  98. The culprit is very cute! how funny! greats toppers and thanks for sharing!

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  99. I am a follower but I LOVE that embroidery of the Grands drawings. I just left another comment about a Grands project. This is soemthing I want to do too. I am just a beginner but I have a lot of "want to's". Love all your projects!! And I know all about those grands! Precious in HIS sight (and mine). Love the Prayer Request Sunday. Please remember a close friend of mine who is so sick with cancer.

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  100. My prayers are gong up to Thank our Lord for all the good news in the prayer list this week and for continued good news to follow. It is with a happy heart that your second squish and squash was A-OK, whew that is reason to lose your breath. God is good, you and I know that. Put me on the list for next Sunday. I had 3 separate CT Scans a week ago, have not gotten the results back but there is reason for concern at this point. By next Sunday I hope to be doing a celebratory dance and praising my Lord for his continuing love and watchfulness. Or I will be on my knees praying for a resolution to whatever might be going on. Thank You

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  101. Great news about Baby Max, Julies grandson, and your mamo. I am sending special prayers for YOU this week. May your fibro pain recede.God Bless you Jane.

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  102. Happy Sunday Jane....congrats on a wonderful parade of mini quilts. Especially luv the embroidery drawings from your grandone...precious. Thanks for sharing your inspiration and participation in the blog hop. I am a follower.
    Great news in your PRS report...(o:

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  103. I love the idea of using GRANDPEEPS art! I call mine Grandangels.

    Your mini quilts are wonderful!

    sao in Midlothian, VA
    drsaowens@gmail.com

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  104. I am a new follower and am looking forward to visiting again!

    sao in Midlothian, VA
    drsaowens@gmail.com

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  105. Love the table toppers...what a great idea using grandkids' art!

    Such good news...three answered prayers! Praising the Lord right this minute!

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  106. While I know the mammogram is past I thought you might like to read this in preparation for your next one, http://www.dysan.net/Weird/show/165.html
    It has some very important information!! :D

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    1. Thanks, I'll make sure and read this afternoon when Scott goes down for his nap!
      Gmama Jane

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  107. I read your blog often and have become a follower. I will be using your idea of using grandchildren art work. They love to draw and colour. Thank you!

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  108. All your minis are beautiful! I love that you have your Mom's block. You're right, time spent with a love one just can't be replaced. When my kids were in elementary school, one year the teacher put their drawings on a plate. It was so great and of course I still have them. What a great idea about tracing the kids work and then making it a copy. I'm glad your health is fine, Prayers are being answered and that you and yours are being Blessed.

    Thank you for your Super giveaway and a chance to win a FQS gift card!

    usairdoll(at)gmail(dot)com

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  109. I'm already a follower! I love the quilts! Thanks for sharing! Have a Happy Day! :)

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  110. I am a new follower. Reading about your mammograms was taking my breath away, I am so pleased about your story ending. I went through that last Fall, I think I was okay about the whole thing but my husband was rather beside himself.

    My daughter is an artist (and an art teacher) but did I ever think to make a quilt using her artwork? Nooooooo. Thank you for telling me to do so! I do wish I could have been there to hear that sneaky little giggle! It is a delight to see his picture.

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  111. I'm a new follower! What a great idea to turn my kids art into quilts! :) Love the blue dogs & little boy... that sounds like what my boys would do. :)

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  112. I'm a new follower and it wasn't hard to notice that you have a great sense of humor. We have to as women and quilters. Thanks for the opportunity to view all of the table toppers and the giveaways.

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    1. Great to have you on board the Gmama train!! Good luck in the drawing!
      Blessings
      Gmama Jane

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  113. Thanks for sharing your lovely minis. I'm so glad you eventually got good news from the mammogram. Thanks for the giveaway too. I enjoy following your blog.

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