Lonesome Pine Blog

Moose Lake

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Moose Lake
I'm not sure that I have ever seen a moose in the wild or in the zoo.  We've been fishing in Canada, traveled, and been to many zoos across the U.S., but I can't remember that I have ever seen a live moose up close and personal.  But never the less, I love everything moose.  And I love this new MOOSE LAKE collection just in at Lonesome Pine Quilts from Northcott Fabrics.

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How To Store Your Christmas Decorations

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How To Store Your Christmas Decorations
If you love to decorate for Christmas,  you need also some Christmas storage solutions to help you store and organize all of your ornaments, lights, wrapping paper, and other decorations from year to year so that you can find them all when you need them.

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The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year

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The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year
Yes, Christmas is truly the Most Wonderful Time Of The Year!  I have had such a wonderful time this Christmas and it isn't even Christmas yet!  Family is all coming in tonight, so in case I don't get another chance,  I wanted to wish a special Christmas Greeting to all of you and your family.

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Clover Meadow

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Clover Meadow
I LOVE Moda Fabrics.  I have so many favorite fabric designers who design for Moda Fabrics.  And one of them is Jan Patek.  Jan's newest collection is called Clover Meadow and features an elegant collection of floral designs in beautiful shades of green, cream, purple, and brown.

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HOMEMADE DIVINITY FUDGE

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HOMEMADE DIVINITY FUDGE

  Exactly one year ago today, I posted my grandmother's Homemade Divinity Fudge recipe in a blog on my website.  This is my all time favorite recipe from my family.  My Grandmother passed down this annual Christmas holiday recipe to my Mother and she passed it on to me.  And for the past 50+ years, it has been a holiday favorite at our house for Christmas.     In the original recipe, it just says to cook over low heat to softball stage.  Grandma and my Mom used a saucer of water to drop some of the candy into the water...

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