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Sunday, June 28, 2020

More Indian Corn


A Summer Sunday.
WOO HOO!!!
Today I am off to work
our gift shop again for the weekend.
Our candle order finally came in Friday.
Spent another evening pricing those
and most evenings with our
orders all being shipped now. 


Today I wanted to show you
the other two colors I made for 
my indian corn.
Lovely reds.


Shades of brown.


I love how these all turned out too!


In case you forgot,
here are all of the colors I hooked
which will be for sale in our store
come the end of August.
Great bowl filler.

Well off we go.
Before heading to the stores,
Bob and I are headed to McDonald's drive thru.


What are your plans 
for this last weekend in June?

Summer Beginning Blessings To All!
Janice

31 comments:

  1. Your Indian corn looks so nice. I would love to see your wool dyeing job before it's cut into strips. Which technique do you use?

    Stay safe and happy.
    Hugs, Julia

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    1. I do not dye my own wool. I purchase what I like. Janice

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  2. Hi Janice,
    LOVE your Indian Corn!! All the colors looks wonderful and the real corn shucks add to it!! I worked on some last year that have fabric shucks since I didn't have any real ones!!!
    Hope you have a wonderful Sunday!! Oh, and yes, I have REALLY moved over 50 times!!! Crazy, isn't it???
    Heart Hugs~
    Julie xo

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    1. Thanks Julie! Yes crazy that you moved that much. Was someone in your family in the armed service? Janice

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  3. I love your Indian Corn, Janice! I haven't hooked in months...just lost interest in it. I've been doing a lot of stitching instead. Have a great weekend and hoping to make it up to your neck of the woods soon! I'd love to go to your antique shop....I always find a treasure or two!!

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    1. Thanks Bobbie. I have been hooking on four different projects at the same time right now. LOL I am working our gift shop both Saturday and Sundays now until I go back to the office for work. It gets me out of the house and gives me a chance to talk to people. Janice

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  4. I love the Indian corn! Thank you for your comment on my blog post. I'm looking for a place to move in the NC mountains in September. my daughter lives in the foot hills and would like me to be near her. I never realized there would be so much to do when I retired but I am enjoying it. Take care, and have a lovely week.

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    1. Thank you Constance! One of my nephews lives east of Asheville and you can see the mountains from his home. Janice

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  5. Cute corn! The weekends go way too fast and this one's almost over. Nothing too great to report. I need to blog I think! Have a good week!

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    1. Yes the weekends do go by quite fast. UGH Hope your week is going good too! Janice

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  6. you are having fun with that corn. You are always so busy I hope you have lots of sales.
    cathy

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    1. Yes I did have fun hooking the corn. So busy it seems I never have enough time to do the things I want to. Currently hooking on 4 different projects right now. Janice

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  7. The Indian corn is fun! Are we going to have to change its name to something more politically correct???
    Hope your weekend was a good one.

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    1. Thanks Lauren. I did have fun creating them. I am part Indian, so I am not offended by calling it what it is...but you are right, someone will want it to be changed. Janice

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  8. Love your Indian Corn Janice. I wonder how long it will be before they want the name changed to something else :( Have a great day.

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    1. I agree with that one. Someone will want to change that name too. Such a shame. Janice

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  9. I just love your Indian Corn!! I am a hooker too, was it hard to make? My only problem is that wool attracts cat hair, haha. Melinda

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    1. I have cats too! I keep my wool inside a cabinet until I use it. LOL The indian corn was really easy. My own pattern though. Janice

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  10. Hi Janice! Your Indian corn are fabulous - they will be big sellers, I'm sure. Thanks for the blog visit and your always kind words. Jane

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    1. Am hoping they sell well. I did enjoy making them though. Janice

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  11. Well, the weekend went so fast that here it is Monday already and I'm still on weekend blog posts LOL. Did nothing of mention...at all! Your newest colors in your "corn of color" (ahem! it's only a matter of time you know LOL) are my very favorites!!! We are in for some hot, humid and stormy days ahead.... Go figure...it's a holiday weekend...and we have a get-together planned. ~Robin~

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    1. Corn of color....yeah yeah I am sure someone will want that name changed too. EGAD Hope you have nice weather for your arty. Janice

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  12. Your Indian Corns are awfully cute. I really like them -- perfect for fall! Well, that weekend is past but I spent it at the lake. And it was lovely!

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  13. I live by the river and I have not ventured to our dock once yet. Just too busy. Hope you enjoy your time at the lake.Janice

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  14. Janice, love all the colors. I wish I was close enough to visit your store..Stay well..xxoJudy

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    1. I wish you were close too so I could see that wonderful garden. Janice

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  15. Pretty colors on the corn. 'Planning on quilting some more this weekend.

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