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Weight Watcher Chicken Spaghetti

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Weight Watcher Chicken Spaghetti
Sometimes I think summer is God's wake up call that we need to loose weight.  I don't know what happens between September through May, but every year my summer wardrobe seems to shrink more and more.  So here I am again, pulling out all my weight watcher recipes and back to cooking and eating healthier.

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Warm & Fuzzy Chenille

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Warm & Fuzzy Chenille
Hand-cutting chenille quilts is a technique that has been around a long time, but it’s starting to experience some resurgence as modern quilters are rediscovering traditional designs.

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New Block Of The Month Class Starting Soon

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New Block Of The Month Class Starting Soon
We are now taking pre-registration for the new Block Of The Month Class starting on July 13th.  Salute the courage and resourcefulness of women in American history with this STARS ACROSS AMERICA BLOCK OF THE MONTH CLASS 

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Baked Apricots Recipe

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Baked Apricots Recipe
Here is a great side dish that goes with beef, pork, chicken, or fish.  And it is so easy with only four ingredients.  It's called BAKED APRICOTS and comes from an old friend of mine.  I think you will enjoy it as much as my family does.

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Reusable Patriotic Bandana Bowl Covers

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Reusable Patriotic Bandana Bowl Covers
Want to spruce up your 4th of July picnic table this summer?  How about a no-waste, low-sew, washable and fun 4th of July picnic patriotic bandana bowl cover project.  I am an antique collector and I have a collection of beautiful vintage bowls.  But back in the day, they didn't make covers for bowls.  And plastic wrap and aluminum foil tends to blow away at picnics.....plus they are just ugly on such a beautiful vintage bowl.  So let's make some quick and easy patriotic bandana bowl covers for this 4th of July. 

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