What if they were causing the trouble all along? I would basically force the readers to learn to love characters and then reveal their true evil and make them wonder how they could love something so diabolically bad.
Quilting with scraps - Foundation Piecing to make the String Quilt! - min Jenny Doan shows a great scrap buster project. Do you have extra strips lying around? Look no further than the String Quilt to use them up and make a beautiful quilt.
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A bit dramatic for a tiny house but above the bed would be awesome While it looks like a greenhouse, this coastal home in California, built by Mickey Muennig, has a removable window which helps keep the place cool.