• Christmas packages tied up with string
  • Bronze beauty
  • Hoo hoo ho hoo
  • The color of brick
  • Early morning sunrise
  • Getting ready for saturday
  • Dinner
  • A misty walk to wendy's
  • Love, dad
  • Waiting

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15 May 2008


You crazy pig-stacker, you!

Those girls are so cute it hurts.

These ladies are pig a licious. I'm so glad you are back to crafting and sharing it with us. you've also got me seriously looking at bikes...hmm.

Love the fabrics; they really work well with the inner piggy-ness . . .

Stacks are good.

P.S. My outgoing mail hasn't been sending. It's been like that about a month and I didn't know. I am responding to emails, they're just not getting to their destinations. You're on the list of people I sent emails to. Aaack!



I have just been thinking about the piggies-------really. I L-O-V-E

I like these! Especially the tails!

I can't even say how much I love the ruby crowned piglets....

Pugnacious and portly, pearlescent and powerful, pretty and pure, these porkers are PERFECT!

This is an interesting article. i enjoy this immensly, Continue the good work. I will retrun to read more. Great Job!

Bacon come in stacks why not ruby's pigs i loved them!!! Awesome job on them.Enjoyed reading about them too.

This reminds me of that fun game "Makin Bacon" with little piggies that you tossed in a cup and then got points based on how they landed. Makin Bacon was the position they are in on your photo!

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