1920 Republican Ad from Needlecraft Magazine

1920 Republican Ad from Needlecraft Magazine

Some fun facts about the 1920 election

Fancy fabrics

I was crazy for crazy quilting in the mid to late nineties, made several jackets and vests, book covers, pillows and coverlets. Here’s the last of my stash of fancy fabrics, all photographed nicely for ebay.

One of my goals for the next few months is to write more. Back in January I made an editorial calendar for this blog to help stay on track. It has been a struggle.

When I let my student in the front door at 12:30, I thought there was a large pinecone in the myrtle bush. When he left at 1:00 we realized that it was a beehive!

DUH in gaffer's tape in Orpheum pit


Near me on the wall of the orchestra pit of the Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix, AZ. Another great way for stagehands to use gaff tape!

This Gulf Fritillary has lived a long life.

Ruellia flower with raindrop


It does rain in Phoenix once in awhile.

Graffiti door


While we listened to Dale’s band play at the coffee shop in the alley, we noticed this steel door.

Wednesday we watched Arabesque (1966) with Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren. I thought the music was overdone: it was too romantic when they were kissing, too lighthearted when Gregory Peck punned (which was often) and too terrifying during chase scenes.


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