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Whatever, lady. Honestly, I would have tried to call her or something, because maybe I COULD have met her - maybe I could have even seen some of her beautiful work, in person! I'll find myself a copy, you can bet on it. Do you think, maybe? The book is outstanding - you can find it on Amazon. Oh, how I wish I had known she lived in Cameron Park! And here are some examples from that book: I also discovered that I already owned one of her books, when I saw the cover, I recognized it immediately, and went and found it on my book shelf. And here are some examples from that book: I remember the cashier making a comment something like "Well, that sure is a nice frame, but I don't know about the picture. The "Sun Symbol": I was buying it, so obviously I wanted it for some reason, right? I also discovered that I already owned one of her books, when I saw the cover, I recognized it immediately, and went and found it on my book shelf. The "Sun Symbol": Please go back and have a look; I think you might enjoy seeing some of her fabulous designs! I remember the cashier making a comment something like "Well, that sure is a nice frame, but I don't know about the picture. I also found an article about Cathy on another blog, "While She Naps" - you can find it here. Charlotte Patera I found a nice framed print of this poster, below, at a thrift shop a while back. Some time later, I found a partial photo of the poster when I was looking through my copy of "Vintage Craft Workshop", a great book authored by Cathy Callahan, who used to write a wonderful blog called "Cathy Of California", that I loved reading. A Stitching Exhibition?! At The Nut Tree?! At first, when I spied it from across the room, I thought it was the crewel, but then upon closer inspection I realized it was a print. She authored other books, too, including some about Mola techniques, and this one, "Cutwork Applique": Her comment was unwanted and not at all appreciated. I'm sad to say, she passed away one year ago today. Gold country girls



I was buying it, so obviously I wanted it for some reason, right? I'm sad to say, she passed away one year ago today. Some time later, I found a partial photo of the poster when I was looking through my copy of "Vintage Craft Workshop", a great book authored by Cathy Callahan, who used to write a wonderful blog called "Cathy Of California", that I loved reading. Well, I surely do wish I'd been able to see that exhibition back in ; it must have really been something special. Whatever, lady. You can read her obituary here. What a talented lady she was. I have written before about "The Applique Book", back in this post. I'll find myself a copy, you can bet on it. Because I think it's completely fabulous. The book is outstanding - you can find it on Amazon. I also found an article about Cathy on another blog, "While She Naps" - you can find it here. For one thing, um And here are some examples from that book: I'm sad to say, she passed away one year ago today. Posted by.

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I remember the cashier making a comment something like "Well, that sure is a nice frame, but I don't know about the picture. I'm sad to say, she passed away one year ago today. The "Sun Symbol": Whatever, lady. I kept looking up information, and I was so surprised to discover that Ms. At first, when I spied it from across the room, I thought it was the crewel, but then upon closer inspection I realized it was a print. I have written before about "The Applique Book", back in this post. Oh, how I wish I had known she lived in Cameron Park! At first, when I spied it from across the room, I thought it was the crewel, but then upon closer inspection I realized it was a print. She authored other books, too, including some about Mola techniques, and this one, "Cutwork Applique": Oh - and the frame is nothing special at all. Now I want that book, too, of course! Please go back and have a look; I think you might enjoy seeing some of her fabulous designs! You can read her obituary here. And I had even written a post about one of her designs four years ago - The Artful Artichoke click here to go back and read about it. What a talented lady she was. Charlotte Patera I found a nice framed print of this poster, below, at a thrift shop a while back. I also found an article about Cathy on another blog, "While She Naps" - you can find it here. I also discovered that I already owned one of her books, when I saw the cover, I recognized it immediately, and went and found it on my book shelf.



































Gold country girls



She authored other books, too, including some about Mola techniques, and this one, "Cutwork Applique": Please go back and have a look; I think you might enjoy seeing some of her fabulous designs! Do you think, maybe? You can read her obituary here. Oh - and the frame is nothing special at all. Some time later, I found a partial photo of the poster when I was looking through my copy of "Vintage Craft Workshop", a great book authored by Cathy Callahan, who used to write a wonderful blog called "Cathy Of California", that I loved reading. It's just a plain frame. And here are some examples from that book: Please go back and have a look; I think you might enjoy seeing some of her fabulous designs! I remember the cashier making a comment something like "Well, that sure is a nice frame, but I don't know about the picture. I also found an article about Cathy on another blog, "While She Naps" - you can find it here.

I remember the cashier making a comment something like "Well, that sure is a nice frame, but I don't know about the picture. I also found an article about Cathy on another blog, "While She Naps" - you can find it here. At The Nut Tree?! Because I think it's completely fabulous. You can read her obituary here. The "Sun Symbol": Anyhow, when I got it, I knew nothing at all about who "Char '74" was, because my print does not have that information at the bottom, that you see, above. At first, when I spied it from across the room, I thought it was the crewel, but then upon closer inspection I realized it was a print. I also discovered that I already owned one of her books, when I saw the cover, I recognized it immediately, and went and found it on my book shelf. I also discovered that I already owned one of her books, when I saw the cover, I recognized it immediately, and went and found it on my book shelf. Patera had actually lived close to where I grew up! Oh - and the frame is nothing special at all. For one thing, um Well, I surely do wish I'd been able to see that exhibition back in ; it must have really been something special. And here are some examples from that book: Well, I surely do wish I'd been able to see that exhibition back in ; it must have really been something special. Do you think, maybe? Gold country girls



Her comment was unwanted and not at all appreciated. And I had even written a post about one of her designs four years ago - The Artful Artichoke click here to go back and read about it. And here are some examples from that book: It's just a plain frame. And here are some examples from that book: Honestly, I would have tried to call her or something, because maybe I COULD have met her - maybe I could have even seen some of her beautiful work, in person! The "Sun Symbol": Well, I surely do wish I'd been able to see that exhibition back in ; it must have really been something special. Charlotte Patera I found a nice framed print of this poster, below, at a thrift shop a while back. You can read her obituary here. She authored other books, too, including some about Mola techniques, and this one, "Cutwork Applique": Some time later, I found a partial photo of the poster when I was looking through my copy of "Vintage Craft Workshop", a great book authored by Cathy Callahan, who used to write a wonderful blog called "Cathy Of California", that I loved reading. For one thing, um The book is outstanding - you can find it on Amazon. For one thing, um Posted by. Do you think, maybe? Oh, how I wish I had known she lived in Cameron Park! I have written before about "The Applique Book", back in this post. It's just a plain frame. Please go back and have a look; I think you might enjoy seeing some of her fabulous designs! You can read her obituary here. Oh - and the frame is nothing special at all. I kept looking up information, and I was so surprised to discover that Ms. I remember the cashier making a comment something like "Well, that sure is a nice frame, but I don't know about the picture. What a talented lady she was. I kept looking up information, and I was so surprised to discover that Ms. Because I think it's completely fabulous. Honestly, I would have tried to call her or something, because maybe I COULD have met her - maybe I could have even seen some of her beautiful work, in person!

Gold country girls



Patera had actually lived close to where I grew up! I'll find myself a copy, you can bet on it. Oh, how I wish I had known she lived in Cameron Park! Charlotte Patera I found a nice framed print of this poster, below, at a thrift shop a while back. Whatever, lady. You can read her obituary here. I was buying it, so obviously I wanted it for some reason, right? Do you think, maybe? And I had even written a post about one of her designs four years ago - The Artful Artichoke click here to go back and read about it. At The Nut Tree?! Oh - and the frame is nothing special at all. It's just a plain frame. The "Sun Symbol": And I had even written a post about one of her designs four years ago - The Artful Artichoke click here to go back and read about it. I remember the cashier making a comment something like "Well, that sure is a nice frame, but I don't know about the picture. I guess the person who framed it had cut off the bottom to fit it into the frame. Please go back and have a look; I think you might enjoy seeing some of her fabulous designs! Oh - and the frame is nothing special at all. Posted by. Her comment was unwanted and not at all appreciated. At first, when I spied it from across the room, I thought it was the crewel, but then upon closer inspection I realized it was a print. I also found an article about Cathy on another blog, "While She Naps" - you can find it here. Her comment was unwanted and not at all appreciated. I also discovered that I already owned one of her books, when I saw the cover, I recognized it immediately, and went and found it on my book shelf. Anyhow, when I got it, I knew nothing at all about who "Char '74" was, because my print does not have that information at the bottom, that you see, above. Whatever, lady. You can read her obituary here. I have written before about "The Applique Book", back in this post.

Gold country girls



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  1. I also found an article about Cathy on another blog, "While She Naps" - you can find it here.

  2. And here are some examples from that book: I'll find myself a copy, you can bet on it. I guess the person who framed it had cut off the bottom to fit it into the frame.

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