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Jeanne Rorex Bridges

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nanapuzzler

I saw a how-to video on youtube and I'm going to make one for Ryan and I! Thanks Pene'**

MaKai

Yes, thank you, Pene.' Cool ideas!!

Isaly

Thanks Pene for all that wonderful information. What a clever idea...….Have a great day.....Cyndi

the bag looks like an envelope with a square flap. You put your potatoes in the bag and cook in the microwave. They are cotton with quilt batting in the middle, you can also microwave ears of corn. I also heat small tortillas, 2 at a time, in them, washable and machine dry. She also makes bowlies, you put the bowl of food you want to heat in the microwave in the cotton with batting shaped piece in the microwave so when it is heated you can remove the whole thing without burning your hands. Thanks for asking. Pene

Isaly

I'm curious what are sewn microwave potato bags?

I buy cabochons on Jewelry television. Have bought them and gemstones off and on for a while. The color of the stones fascinate me. I usually just go for the mixed offerings of the cabochons, Have been fortunate to have gotten some nice picture jasper, some pale amethyst. I think I will see if the folks I vend with could take some images and send to my email. The couple I vend with, she sews microwave potato bags, double pot holders, and so much more. She also make jellies and jams. He does some wood work, welcome signs. I have a reindeer and snow man about 3 feet tall he made and I put lights on them. Then I could figure out how to post them as puzzles. I appreciate the interest from all of you. Pene'

MaKai

Sure understand, Pene.' Priorities!! Our animals come first, too. And finances are always stretched. I don't use my cell phone - no cell service up here and I never have figured out how to transfer phone images to my computer. Just so you know that we're all very interested! :) I'm so glad you enjoyed the street fair and had more pleasant temps.

I'm interested that you do dying, and share the experience of jewelry. I use antler pieces in some of my work. Appreciate that your friend finds antlers in the woods...I'm always on the lookout, too. Every spring, I find at least one antler that's been shed by one of the bucks. What sort of cabochons do you use? I've found some terrific prices on eBay. Love just looking through our assortment of beautiful cabs. :)

Here in lies the problem. I have no way currently to download cell phone images to my computer. working on the issue.And I do not have data on my phone to send images. Yes when one gets older funds go where they are needed most, cats first, rent etc. But maybe soon. I appreciate the interest.
Pene' The street fair was fun, after the weather being in the 90" it was 72 and windy, never can tell.

MaKai

Pene,' you've got some curious people here, myself included. :) If you can, we'd love to see what you do. Hugs to ALL of you!!

nanapuzzler

@bearlypen my best friend since 1960 lives in Jonesborough, TN.

nanapuzzler

I'm with Cyndi! Can you take a picture of your booth and post it?? Thanks

Isaly

I would love to see some of the things you have made. I'm very interested in all of that.....Cyndi

I do both. Also vend jewelry for a friend.Some beaded jewelry, with another friend, male, we do some necklaces with cabochons and various chains, leather strip. He also does some with antlers found in the woods, Dying is still most interesting to me. Always looking for new ideas. Thanks for asking. Pene'

nanapuzzler

The Trail of Tears is the first thing I thought of! ...yet they are spaced awfully far apart. Beautiful emotional painting*!*

MaKai

Thank you, Pene' - I hope your street fair is wonderful. Would love to wander through it! You do jewelry and dying?? Share! Please! I love those mediums.... Have a terrific time. Hugs!

MaKai

Cyndi, I don't know who this is - a general tribute to mothers, I suspect, especially Native American mothers. And, that Bridges is of the Cherokee People, the inference must be to the Trail of Tears....

powerful picture. Have a good weekend Christy. I am vending at street fair tomorrow, jewerly and maybe some dyed items. Pene'

Isaly

Love this painting. There is nothing like a mother's love. Love the picture in her skirt of other Native American women. Do you know who the mother is in this?

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