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  • #10639

    Peggy Stuart
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    I did, and I’m off to have a look. I think I could improvise. The top is pretty cute, too.

    #10638

    Peggy Stuart
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    I may have to give it a try. This is such a cute outfit!
    BTW, congratulations on having two good eyes again! That should make life a lot easier for you…and more fun, too.

    #10620

    Andrea Wood
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    Lovely photos and purple suits her very well! That’s a beautiful setting; it makes me want to go for that walk too!

    #10619

    Andrea Wood
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    Pant legs are easy to reshape if the rest fits well and you already have other patterns to use for reference, so that’s an advantage for you.

    #10618

    Andrea Wood
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    No, not at all! The tool used to hold your eye open pinched kind of, more to do with the shape of my eye, but that was it. The drops sting way more. Tell him not to worry, it’s very fast and easy.

    #10615

    Andrea Wood
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    Re Sandi’s photo backgrounds from the other thread:

    After Sandi’s recent post, I looked again and ordered 3 for myself last night. Two from eBay and one from Amazon. The ones I ordered are ment for people I think at 3 x 5 ft, but I am sure they will work for me in my 32″ photo cube as the ones I ordered have a ‘floor’ part that they would stand on with the rest being vertical. Or I can just clip them on something too. They are flexible so I can fold under the edges to make them fit the cube if needed.

    I used a piece of fabric as a backdrop in the cube for this photo. I got it at the quilt show as a precut and hoped it would be wide enough. It is a little narrow (you can see the seams of the cube on both sides) so I found the same fabric online and ordered 1.5 yards to use the same way. Found out after I took the photos that I had the fabric upside down too. LOL. Still looks not bad I think.

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    #10613

    Pamela Elliott
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    Really beautiful photos, Peggy. She looks so lovely in purple.
    I’m off to cook dinner now but chat soon.
    Did you see my post about the Chris Lucas designs because her crops look good.

    #10605

    Peggy Stuart
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    Mandy is ready to go berry-picking, although I told her the berries can’t possibly be ripe yet. Still, a hike in the woods would be fun, and maybe she could collect some fir cones. There are plenty of those. The weather is still fairly cool here, but the sun is shining. (DH plugged in our little room AC a couple of days ago, and that was all he needed to do. We haven’t turned it on, and the house is cool. Amazing!)

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    #10602

    Peggy Stuart
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    Maybe it inspired Deb’s version. They are a lot alike. I saw it on the website. She has some pretty stuff. I like the pants with the gathers up the sides. I may do those at some point.

    #10601

    Pamela Elliott
    Moderator

    Hi Andrea, so happy you have two eyes!! Can I ask you… was the procedure very painful only I think my DH will need the same soon!!

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