I Love Thursday #119 Numerous Blessings

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17 Responses

  1. Angie says:

    I may not always understand all the quilting references, but I never get tired of looking at Dominic and Addison!

  2. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    OH those two little snowbabies!!!

  3. lapaylor says:

    don’t you love the spring loaded fiskars? laughing at the box labeled and still can’t find something!

  4. Mary says:

    Smart idea on using the batting for stufffing! I love watching the kids with new adventures. I pray every morning first thing so I don’t forget! Great post

  5. That batting cut up is a good idea. The narrow pieces drive me nuts and are hardly ever good for anything. I may start doing that. I love the label and how well it worked…we should use them more shouldn’t we???

  6. nanamickie says:

    Roseanne, I’m obsessed with your winter blues piece. I have so much blue in my stash and would love to make one of these. Do you mind if I save a photo of that piece? Love seeing the kids as always. Love the photo of them both sitting in the snow (Addison’s smile!!!). Have a wonderful day!

    • Roseanne says:

      Hi Michele! I have to reply here because, YES of course you may save the photo. What a fabulous compliment. ~smile~ Roseanne

  7. Sally says:

    I need to find someone who will use my scrap. I have a bunch of fabric scrap that would work as stuffing, but I don’t make anything that needs it, and i can’t find people who would use it! I’m so glad you can use your scrap batting. I’ve heard good things about those wool mats!

  8. Colette says:

    I was here earlier in the day. It didn’t like my comment. 🙁 I thought the jar was full of marshmallows, but what a great idea for using up small bits of batting. As usual the littles are adorable.

  9. quiltinggail says:

    Love your Loves! Love the prayer! HUGS!

  10. Rochelle Summers says:

    Such a blessed post. Love the idea about the batting scraps ’cause it breaks my heart to sew those small pieces away. Thanks to you and your sources for that idea. Those littles are so cute. Love the snow pics and that water bottle and OH! those sunglasses. I see years of modeling ahead for her.

  11. Shannon M Conley says:

    Hi Roseanne! Happy week! That pic of Dominic coloring is fantastic! And the reminder for pre-bed prayer is such a good one. I was just posting on LeeAnna’s post about anxiety and stress making it’s way into my dreams, and probably pre-bed prayer would help! have a great week!

  12. Of course, orange is D’s favorite color! (Doesn’t it match his favorite plastic donut?!) Addison is so cute in those sunglasses, too. So glad you and Sue can put your minds together and find important things – we all could probably use one of those labelmakers! I’m definitely enjoying each day of the Winter Blues blog hop!

  13. Love the loves! I’m happy to see that snowman topper is part of an experiment in quilters tools and techniques – heh, heh…
    Oh and in response to your Cozy Mystery Authors page for new additions – one of the first to incorporate recipes with mysteries and who intersperses local tidbits into her stories (from my part of the country) there’s always Diane Mott Davidson – I’m a fan from way back in the ’90’s!!!!
    One of my favs is ‘Dying for Chocolate’.
    Hence the association with your “I Love Thursday” post.

  14. Brenda @ Songbird Designs says:

    Great loves today! I totally agree with the power of prayer! There is a lady in our guild that collects batting scraps for making beds for the humane society, but yours is a great idea as well! I could stuff a lot of pillows with my batting! And metallic thread is the bomb!! And the babies, well they are just precious!

  15. I think it was Leanne (Devoted Quilter) who snips up her batting scraps, which is a great tip. Glad you found that metallic thread, and little D has great taste in color, if you ask me 🙂 I’m off to write my post (better late than never, right?)!

  16. Jocelyn Thurston says:

    You two are indeed blessed to have each other and those very cute little ones in your life. I save batting scraps too and I wish Sue was handy (Newfoundland for nearby) with her labelling gun…I could sure use my storage tubs labelled.

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