Tiny Town a funtastic place for UFO group members to live.

Tiny Town  is our safe haven when life gets crazy. We are all healthy and happy here, because we know our neighbours and friends living here are quilters too. To buy a small house in Tiny Town, you must perform one random act of kindness , and to buy a larger home ( 2 chimnies), you'll be performing 2 random acts of kindness. All houses have large sewing rooms, and have been built to last.Large homes have storage for more stash, but smaller homes have bigger yards.  Here you can have housemates from your past, alive or otherwise, your present spouce ( only if you wish,lol) as well as pets from past or present. I know you will be responsible pet owers and thoughtfull neighbours, because this is just that kind of place.  Only houses on the back are for sale. 


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Comment by Wilma Schirra-Kays on August 7, 2020 at 10:45pm

I think I will call my house Ms. Reddy.  Anyone is welcome.  I just finished backing some cinnamon bread in the bread maker.  Think it would be great with some butter and a nice latte.  Hubby, Rob, has a barista machine so he is adept at making mocha latte or regular latte.  Just call ahead so he will have it ready.

Comment by Riana Noyes on August 6, 2020 at 9:49pm

Mary, l'll be glad to help you out...after all, l only live 5 houses down your street :-)) my door is always open, and the coffee is on! If you prefer tea, we have that too. You can bring Paul...he can talk " chainsaw" to my hubby, Dave.

Comment by Gail Brown on August 6, 2020 at 12:17pm

Riana, I worked for several years at Joanns, maybe I could work a part time job in the store.

Mary, I have never worked in a library, but it is like a second home to me.  I miss the librarymore than anything else during this time.  There is always so much to do at the library besides just checking out books, which I do a lot of.  There are always some kind of interesting programs and people.  Lots of times something that you never thought about before, always something new to learn about.  I'm sure you miss it a lot.

Comment by Mary Moore on August 6, 2020 at 11:46am

I only like to be the boss at libraries these days.  So I guess I will walk down the block and ask you to teach me to machine quilt instead of working any more. [ in real life I'm still salaried, but have only been in the library twice since March. I miss it so.]

Comment by Riana Noyes on August 5, 2020 at 10:30pm

If no one else minds,,l think l'm going to move into house 49 on the bottom right corner. I just love that sassy checkered roof,lol.Thinking about the name...

Mary, the drygoods store , candy shop etc. are already run by some very nice town's people on the quilt's front. But l'm sure with all the new houses on the back roads, they'll need to be hiring help...the library included. Even the fire dept. will need new volunteers. I think my grandson's looking for parttime work and is eying the toy shop,lol. 

Comment by Mary Moore on August 5, 2020 at 2:23pm

So, do we get to vote for who runs the dry goods shop?  Someone who will have yarn and hand quilting thread?

Comment by Riana Noyes on August 4, 2020 at 1:55pm

This is our local old style dry goods shop... quilt supply, sewing machine repair, notions on one side , and clothing and footwear on the other. They carry everything we need at reasonable prices. Linda, l'm not sure about " credit " details...you must work that out with shopkeeper ,lol. I'm sure we'll find just what we need here. The store is narrow but goes back the entire block!

Comment by Gail Brown on August 4, 2020 at 1:39pm

I feel right at home already in #18.  I will make a fresh start with a tidy sewing room all organized.

Comment by Barbara Hughes on August 4, 2020 at 9:22am

Linda, You are just the next block over. Come over and play scrabble. Friday night!

Comment by Riana Noyes on August 3, 2020 at 10:00pm

So here's the page for Tiny Town. I will be posting the list of owners and their house numbers after a few more are sold. I'm repeating the selection here in 6 closeup sections. The houses are numbered from top left of quilt back across each row and ending down in bottom right. Feel free to " name" your house as is custom in many small villages.

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