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Well, it’s the second week of April and a foot of snow fell today…which normally would make me seriously happy but yesterday it was 60 degrees and I prioritized getting my wool sweaters packed in cedar ’cause I was channeling my Martha Stewart and feeling good about it…thank the Gods I kept my snow boots by the door! We’ve been catching the sun when we can and doing things like tending the… Read More

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Leo Tolstoy said it. Do you feel it too? When the clocks spring ahead, it’s time to start gathering up the winter projects that have filled all the corners of the house, workshop and studio and start accessing them with a critical eye…can I get this done in a few hours? is it worth the stress of a deadline to leave it (knitting, carving, painting project) in full view so that I… Read More

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April melted into a memory quicker than it ever should. May is following along the same path. We haven’t suffered the dramatic weather that we’ve seen in other parts of the country but I think in 45 days, we’ve had 6 without rain. Cold, gloomy and punishing if you want to get outdoor chores accomplished. A perfect excuse to work in front of the computer and play in the studio if that’s… Read More

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Becoming a fiber artist was one of the best things that I’ve ever done in my life!  My circle of friends has grown to include people from across the state of Maine and beyond.  I never dreamed that life could be so good!  When I began walking down this path, I was imbedded in a corporate life, where I knew that if I continued, all I’d ever make in life would be… Read More

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When I was about ten years old I busted my Mom’s sewing machine. My Dad gathered it up and left the house almost immediately. Two hours later he came home with a 1940’s Singer sewing machine. It was classic black with painted gold scrolls. It sewed forward and backward. That beautiful machine was a gift for me, just me. (They replaced my Mom’s machine shortly afterward.) This is how my folks supported… Read More

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Enjoy some of the colorful quilts made by this week’s Artist-in-Residence Susan Ober

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You might think you’re seeing double when the Ober sisters come to Camp and Create! Susan Ober is a quilter from West Haven, Connecticut. Her identical twin sister Nancy “Seasi” Ober is a potter from Kansas City, Mo. Susan’s primary art form is quilts, She has made around 100 to date; Seasi has been throwing pottery for over 30 years, and they both enjoy gardening. Susan makes her living as a Registered… Read More

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Cross Patch Farms of Morrill, Maine has begun their 3rd season selling produce at the new and larger farm stand located on Route 1 in Serarsport just across from Searsport Shores Campground. The new building replaces a much smaller stand origianally built in 1973. Mr. Treat owned the property at that time, he had a big garden and wanted to honor the heritage of the property which had been a working farm… Read More

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And hail the Day; May it forever shine, And prove our rights divine, To bless the Day.* *a verse from A Favorite Song. Sung on the Fourth of July, by a number of the true Sons of Columbia. Tune, ‘God save Great Washington.’” The Mail; or, Claypoole’s Daily Advertiser, 8 July 1791, 2.

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