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 Thursday

Welcome to Tiny Town, Dee and Anna.  Such a fun group.  I need to figure out my costume for Halloween, and some plans for trick or treaters.

Comment by Barbara Hughes on Thursday

Welcome to Tiny Town Dee.

Comment by Riana Noyes on Thursday

Wow, Mary, l'll bet you never thought you'd get to the last tapestry! It must've always seemed like another was added to the list,lol. I don't think it's necessary to knit prizes...you need to save your fingers for quilting and needlepoint! I'm sure just the " recognition announcement" would make the winner just as proud.

Comment by Riana Noyes on Thursday

Ok, Dee...# 35 it is.Lots of room for stash and things! When you've done your 2 good deeds, give me the name of your house, and l'll add it to the list. Welcome to Tiny Town :-))

Comment by Mary Moore on Thursday

We are down to one tapestry!!! Will post the latest finish after I get it hemmed, lined, and sleeved.  The last tapestry is only using fingering and smaller yarn so I brought home all the larger leftovers.  I will sort and weigh them, and then figure out what to pay for all those partial skeins.  Though I somehow remember I bought a lot of yarn for the project in the first place.  But we need money to work on the book project to describe the tapestries.

For The Halloween party I am thinking of knitting stuff with the bigger yarns, as prizes for costumes and games.

Comment by Linda Koller on Wednesday

Deem welcome! You will be in my backyard katycorner! And, you're in time for the Halloween party! I have my costume picked out.

Comment by Deanna Davis on Wednesday

Riana ~

I would like to make an offer on #35 please - corner lot, easy to bike around the neighborhood .. and the chickens will be pecking around the yard .. :)  

Comment by Anna Quilts on Tuesday

I shared with the girls the virtual town and the up comming party. They are thinking of what they will dress up as. 

Comment by Linda Koller on Tuesday

Welcome Anna! You're moving in just in time for the Halloween party! The girls will love it! Too bad they missed the tea party but you can go back thru the pages and show them.

Comment by Riana Noyes on Tuesday

Welcome to the neighbourhood, Anna! I'm sure you and your family will feel right at home here in Tiny Town. Your girls can safely go to our village school...no pandemic here! There's a dog park ,(part of the main park at the bottom of quilt front , beyond the white fence). A swimming pool, playground and other fun attractions as well. An old style dry goods store is stocked with plenty of lovely quilt fabrics and notions.

Comment by Anna Quilts on Tuesday

I would like to move into 25 with my family and two dogs. Our house will be The Schoolhouse because the girls and I are doing school.

Comment by Riana Noyes on Tuesday

Anna , the houses are numbered from top left all the way down to bottom right, 1 to 49. Here is a list of the houses that are sold, and their owners. You can pick any one house that's still available. Once you've " paid" for it, you can give it a name.

#4          Zoe                                ?

#18        Gail Brown                    The Cedar House

#19         Melanie Keith               ?

#27        Wilma Kayes                  Ms Reddy

#30         Carla Walton                Cabin in the Piney Wood

#31         Barbara Hughes           Honeymoon Cottage

#37         Elizabeth Phillips         Homestead

#41         Linda Koller                   Rose Cottage

#44         Mary Moore                  Dogs Wood

#47         Ginny Anderson           Primrose Place

#48         Kris Howell                    ?

#49         Riana Noyes                  Stone Henge

Comment by Barbara Hughes on Monday

Welcome to Tiny Town, Anna.  Riana is our Mayor. It is a peaceful town. We had a tea party last week. We all had to wear fancy dresses and hats. We played games and had a good look at Lind's (our hostess) tea sets on pinterest. We all sampled Mary's rum balls and maybe some of us had one to many. LOL!! Marys husband did some square dance calling and the whole neighborhood showed up on the street.  Lots of sweet treets were served and Linda was  the perfect hostess. Only 2 good deeds buys you a house. 

Comment by Anna Quilts on Monday

So I am a bit slow. Never mind I forgot my info to log back in to this website for some time. So at first I thought this was a thread to do a house blocks swap, then I thought it was a place to work on your own UFOs but now houses are sold off. Baha I want in on the fun. Anna

Comment by Linda Koller on September 14, 2020 at 12:24pm

Riana, most of the wall hangings were made from scraps and/or fat quarters. The leaves and pumpkin are from scraps of batiks.

Comment by Riana Noyes on September 14, 2020 at 11:58am

Linda, love the varigated oak leaves

Our Hallowe'ens often included heavy sweaters beneath costumes, or rain gear over them...for some reason, Hallowe'ens were often a cold,rainy day, sigh. Indoor safer parties are the norm for my grandkids these days, and treats inspected carefully for tampering...a whole scary new world for them, l'm afraid. Still, the decorations in yards and adorning school classroom windows always make me smile.

Comment by Linda Koller on September 14, 2020 at 11:07am

Since my boys are now men, I haven't done anything for Halloween. They never involved me with their children. However, when they (my boys) were little, the husbands took the kids trick or treating and we wives sat on one of the front porches and passed out candy while drinking warmed peach schnapps with cinnamon sticks. The fire department set up hot cider, chocolate and donuts just down the street. So hubbies and kids got warmed up too! It was not uncommon to maybe have a dusting of snow on Halloween in NE Ohio.

Made one of the DIL's block of the month mini wall hangings. Here's October...

Comment by Mary Moore on September 14, 2020 at 10:20am

I have quilt to hang that is over in my gallery.

Comment by Riana Noyes on September 13, 2020 at 9:07pm

Let's help Mary decorate for the party! Post your photos of Hallowe'en outdoor and indoor decorations. How about Hallowe'en treat recipes, or punch? I'm curious about what your family does. 

Comment by Barbara Hughes on September 10, 2020 at 1:01pm

Linda, I am so glad to here that your kidney funciton is improving. Please take good care concerning the dieting you're doing. Eat lots of good healthy foods. 

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