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Add a Quick Pocket

We're celebrating Pocket Week over at Expect Moore, with posts every 6 hours through August 7th, and Daily giveaways for followers!



We've also got a great linky party for you to upload your pocket-related projects, and we'll be picking winners on August 8th from the projects linked up!



Today's post is… Continue

Added by Carolina Moore on August 2, 2010 at 1:03pm — No Comments

NO SEW Pocket Sized Fabric Books

NO SEW Pocket-Sized Fabric Book



This post was inspired by… Continue

Added by Carolina Moore on July 26, 2010 at 2:57pm — No Comments

Pocket Card - Final Pocket Week Preview Project

Pocket Week

is starting NEXT WEEK! I'm so super excited! This is the last of my

preview posts, giving you an idea of what we've got in store for you.



And, I've opened up the linky party

a week early! Since links on the linky will be randomly selected each

day of Pocket Week for prizes, I wanted to give some of the more

industrious… Continue

Added by Carolina Moore on July 25, 2010 at 2:11pm — No Comments

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