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November 07, 2012

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Carolyn

We were fortunate, didn't lose power at all, although half our town lost it for 4 days. I'm thinking the sandwich could be called a "Banana Sandy". I'm glad you're back up and running!

LoriD

Way to make the most of a bad situation! Love the tablerunner!!

Cathy

Glad you have your power back, it really gets depressing after a few days without it. And you had just the right project for dim-light conditions. I worked on some hand work too.

I like Carolyn's name, Banana Sandy. Or you could pass it off as a vegan hot dog. Whatever you name it, it sounds good to me, though I like anything with Nutella on it.

janet

Your wool applique and stitching look wonderful. Glad you came through the storm safely :0)

Carol

Your wool applique is beautiful...glad you made it through the storm safely...take care.

martha

Nice appliqué. I am in Long Beach. Still no power:(

Kelly

I was having a hard time reading let alone trying to applique. Even during the day it was dark. Good for you!

Mary Burns

I am making that one too!! Love your stitching, Hugs, Mary

Ginger Scott

The Monday when the storm hit I made sure to sew the binding on a medium size quilt so that I could hand sew it in the dark if we lost power. We did lose it for 6 days and the binding got done, by candle light some of the time!

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