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My sewing interests are:
garment, quilting, embroidery
My sewing machine(s):
Viking Lily 545
Janome Jem & Janome embroidery machine
White serger
(2) White treadle machines
& an old White that is one of the first electrics
I am interested in patterns such as:
don't really have a favorite - just look for ones that have the design I want

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At 3:15pm on December 15, 2008, Susanne Gruening said…
Hello Molly!

I live in the center of Germany in Hessia.In our little village we have now a temperature about 0˚ C and I hope it would get a little colder for getting some snow. I want to show my little daughter sleigh-riding and snowman-building:·) And when it gets a little colder, the plant louses outside will be decimated...
If you would like to "google-earth"-out my home, here are the coordinates: degree of latitude 50°33'51.15"N, degree of longitude 8°31'49.99"E. There you will find my house and my little garden. The town is called Wetzlar, and our village Garbenheim. "Some" years ago (in 1772) Johann Wolfgang von Goethe stayed for some month in Wetzlar, and the historians suggest, that he prepared the peas and the beans for his meal in the backyard of the tavern in our village... so far the history and the beans in my town. But joking apart: Wow! So many sorts of beans. That must be difficult to keep the sorts clean, with this high number. I heared about a man in Austria, who is keeping (just) over 100 kinds of cucurbitae. He have to seed out every sort every 4 years in cause of the dates of expiry. He does this all by himself, without an institute aside. I think idealists like him are doing a great job for agriculture and culture too. But 15,000 kinds of beans, man!
I am sure, that your nickname fits you perfectly...

Warm wishes from cold Germany,

At 2:21pm on December 15, 2008, Susanne Gruening said…
Hello Molly!
Your work sounds very interesting! I suppose there will be a lot of work thats unvaried (keep the plants growing and writing lists,etc.) but the scientic side of the work must be very successfully.
On your www-site was written, that you try to boost the crops. Do you "collect" old brands or do you breed new ones? to get better qualities etc.
I just got a little garden (that I love) and sometimes I grow some bush beans. But now in the wintertime I am condemned to do nothing in my garden, because everything is asleep. I love wintertime, even if we got some snow, what is very rare in our town, but I am ever looking forward for march, when I may seed out my first plants...
Next time I will take a longer look on your page, but I have to translate many words in german, so it takes a long time for me to read the text.
Best wishes from Wetzlar, Germany,


P.S.: ...and keep the beans growing!
At 5:11am on December 15, 2008, Susanne Gruening said…
Hello Molly!
I'm very interestet in your explanation, but I could not see the www-link you left. Perhaps this programm don't allow www-text.
Best wishes,

At 2:21pm on December 14, 2008, Susanne Gruening said…
Oh, by the way, what does the "bean-queen" means?
At 2:20pm on December 14, 2008, Susanne Gruening said…
Hello drMolly!
Just watched your page and don't want to leave without leaving some greetings!
Best wishes from Germany,

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