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Julie Propst
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10 Things You Must Have for ALL of Your Holiday Quilting Projects!
Don't you just hate it when you get excited about sewing a new project and you get everything ready just to find out you forgot something? Well, needless to say, every sewer/quilter has had this happen at least once.  We have all had to make multiple trips ...

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Canning Tomatoes
Every year my husband plants lots of tomatoes.  This year  we planted 24 tomato plants. He watches them grow, (literally), and then comes the harvest! The tomatoes get picked right before they are completely ripe and laid on a flat surface.  This helps to k...

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My Very First Quilt
My Very First Quilt!! No one in my family (that I have met) has ever made a quilt.  I had a grandmother who sewed clothing; but no one that quilted. Back in the 90's, the Walmart in our area had a huge fabric section in the back of the store.  They had lots...

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Graduation Quilt
I absolutely love making a quilt for someone special:) Graduation is such a happy time for the graduate.  They are off to college to learn new and exciting things and begin a new phase of their life.  They have stars in their eyes of how wonderful life will...

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Table Centerpieces For Crafters
Every year I strive to have the best Project Linus Appreciation Dinner I can possibly pull of without spending too much money:)  I mull over making a great presentation, and who will be the guest speaker.  But the biggest problem I have every year is decora...

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I mentioned in my post of "Why Blog" that I am the Chapter Coordinator for a local non-profit called Project Linus.  Project Linus is made up of a group of volunteers who quilt, crochet, knit, or make fleece blankets for children.  Our mission is this:  To ...

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The Old Ways
What will happen when the day comes that no one knows how to grow their own food, or how to sew a blanket for warmth. It is very important for those of us with the knowledge of these things to share with those who don't. My husband Richard and I both grew u...

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Why Blog?
Welcome to my new blog Sew This Farm That.  I hope you will find lots of helpful and exciting ideas while you are here. My name is Julie.  Wife to Richard, mother to Trey and Amber, and grandma to Lawton and Emelyn. We have two dogs, Jack and Dixie; both of...
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