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By Mary Moody

В книге предлагаются действительно простые в изготовлении, но вместе с тем – очень красивые модели вещей для дома и аксессуаров, выполненные в стиле печворк для дома: с выкройками и пояснениями для мастериц лоскутного шитья. Особое внимание уделено оформлению разнообразных коробочек, обложек для книг и корзиночек.

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Leon tried to take a sledgehammer to the new sign. I stopped him and sent him home. ” George took a step closer and stuck his finger in the air near Sam’s nose. ” “I’m gonna get you fired. ” Sam hoped that was all the man needed to say. He saw no point in listening to more. “Why don’t you go home now? One of your friends will drive you. ” [ 65 ] Sam started to turn away, a mistake he only realized when he heard George’s angry grunt. He whirled back just in time to see a fist coming directly at his face.

He had seen Christine in action a thou­ sand times and knew how much more energy she was capa­ ble of expending, if she thought it mattered. She was polite tonight, even friendly, but he knew—even if no one else did—that her heart wasn’t in it. ” she said, when they were temporarily alone again. ” She gave a low laugh. “I’ve eaten four. ” “I’ll just take a pass. That’s a week’s worth of calories on a tortilla. ” She rolled her lovely green eyes. “It’s a party, Chrissy. ” [ 61 ] “Plastic lanterns and piñatas do not a party make, sweetie.

We use the garden for weddings. This is a very popular spot in June and September, but mostly they’re there for me to enjoy every day. ” She was relieved the sexton was not expected to take care of the roses, but it brought up another subject. ” [ 33 ] “Marvin—he’s our present sexton—starts each morning with a cleanup of the grounds, just trash and such. We use professionals for mowing grass and raking leaves. One of our deacons…” He gave a humorless laugh. “Leon Jenkins? The boy with the sledgehammer?

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