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Gusty Bleu's Backseat Blurt-outs...

  • mom, what's that disease that rhymes with Fiona?
  • This show is dumb. d-o-m. dumb.
  • I know how to get all of the boogers out of my nose.
  • My lizard is the best at staring contests.
  • Dane stop! You're ruining my imagination.
  • A tornado is worse than losing your favorite toy.
  • Why do they call them cowboys? They ride horses.
  • Wouldn't it be nice if laundry washed itself?
  • You can't build a tree, you have to grow one.
  • For Christmas I'd like some fish food. Then I can get some fish. Oh, and I'd also like a box of crab rangoons. Real ones. To eat.
  • I just smelled my sockies and they smell like rotten eggs. blllaaaaahhhhh
  • I forgot, what are husbands called in a wedding? Oh yeah, a broom.
  • Why didn't you name me Blossom? I like that name better.
  • Can necks grow?
  • If you smell something, then smell it too much, you can't smell it anymore.
  • Am I dreaming?
  • Penguins, they come from the Cold Pole.
  • It's not broken, it just fell apart.
  • You can take a picture later, because the moon will follow you home.
  • I have to sit with you all day now because I can't when I go to school next year.
  • lots of people love cats and dogs.
  • I can speak chicken Spanish.
  • I did in on the day that passed, you know....tomorrow.
  • I'm soaking hungry
  • Icees have drink stuff in the bottom of them
  • Ugh means icky. And Icky means ugh.
  • I'm not drooling, my lips are.
  • Trees can't walk
  • I can't find my tired.
  • Crickets can't fart but horses can because they have butts.
  • Pink is NOT purple.
  • Snakes can't eat people.
  • Airplanes fly away
  • Ants have yellow blood
  • tigers can't go in a swimming pool
  • Fish can't eat cookies
  • Grapes have juice in them
  • Dogs can't go into the post office
  • Cows can't smile.
  • Dinosaurs don't have boobies.
  • Monkeys live outside.

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May 22, 2007

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craftybernie

I love your fabric apples - thanks for sharing the pattern.

I'm going to make 3 of these as end of year presents for daughter's teachers.

I specially like the way you use the fabric strips. Lovely.

An apple for the teacher x 3.

Best wishes...Bernie

Marian

This is fantastic! Im a wet felter but a few months ago I inherited an old sewing machine... very old. but I had no idea... still don't, but slowly Im learning. I wanted to make some "fruit" ...been looking around, and here it is! thanks for sharing!

Holly

How adorable. Thanks for sharing.

La Mañosa

What a fantastic idea! I love your apples. I found your blog via Craft Magazine--they have a link to this post for your tutorial.

Anne

Love it!!!! I posted a link to your tutorial on Craft Gossip Sewing Blog: http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-sew-a-patchwork-apple/2009/03/27/
--Anne

Corey

Thank you for this! I made one for my kids' teacher and blogged it here: http://nevertoomuchfabric.blogspot.com/2009/05/teacher-appreciation-week.html

miranda

Thank You!!!! I was looking for a tutorial of apples!!! Seen them alot, but did not know how... wil try it soon!

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I read a lesson at school. There is no such thing like useless. Its depend on us that how we use the useless things. In this post with pieces of cloth, you made an apple.

Michael

nice tutorial. thanks for sharing,
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