Beverly
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Plain Magazine

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kristen McLewin 11th month 15, 2017. 15 Replies

I'm re-reading The Plain Reader by Scott Savage and am wondering if anyone has back issues of Plain magazine that would part with, or if anyone could scan a couple issues for me?? I'm currently a…Continue

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Kristen McLewin replied to Beverly's discussion 'Plain Magazine'
"Does anyone know if the Center for Plain Living is still around?  I am considering attending the FGC gathering in Toledo, OH summer of 2018, and would love to visit folks there (in Barnesville).  If anyone has connections to the center or…"
11th month 15, 2017
William F Rushby replied to Beverly's discussion 'Plain Magazine'
"To the best of my knowledge, *Plain Magazine* is no longer published."
4th month 25, 2014
Zaley Warkentin replied to Beverly's discussion 'Plain Magazine'
"Is the Plain Magazine still in production? If so how would one suscribe?"
4th month 24, 2014
Beverly updated their profile
3rd month 11, 2014
Diane Kerchner replied to Beverly's discussion 'Plain Magazine'
"TY for sharing this incredible resource with me!  Prices are much cheaper than Amazon and next time I seek a book, Bookfinders.com it shall be for me:)  Blessed be!"
2nd month 18, 2014
William F Rushby replied to Beverly's discussion 'Plain Magazine'
"Hello, Diane! I searched for Scott Savage, *The Plain Reader*, on Bookfinder.com, and found many offerings.  Try…"
2nd month 17, 2014
Diane Kerchner replied to Beverly's discussion 'Plain Magazine'
"I am trying to find a copy of The Plain Reader since my pastor recommended it to me yesterday. Will have to search the web...anyone know?"
2nd month 17, 2014
Diane Kerchner liked Beverly's discussion Plain Magazine
2nd month 17, 2014
Beverly added a discussion to the group Sewing and Crafts
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Toothbrush Rugs

Good afternoon.I wanted to share with you this craft I just discovered...toothbrush rugs. So named because the tool used to make them is an old toothbrush with the brush cut off, the end filed to a point and a hole put in the other end. It's an old type of rug making that become popular during the depression as a way to recycle fabric into something useful and beautiful.You can google the name for more information, videos, photos, etc.…See More
3rd month 9, 2013
Beverly left a comment for Barbara Smith
"Thank you Barbara for the blessing. I will probably be asking you questions as I take these first steps. Thank you for your advice."
2nd month 9, 2013
Beverly replied to Chris Beauchamp's discussion 'Any Quilters Among You?'
"The pattern is a sampler quilt. Thank you."
2nd month 9, 2013
Barbara Smith left a comment for Beverly
"Beverly - Blessings on your personal journey. Barb"
2nd month 9, 2013
Beverly replied to Chris Beauchamp's discussion 'Any Quilters Among You?'
"I couldn't figure out how to write a description. This is my first hand-stitched lap quilt. It measures about 42 inches square. "
2nd month 9, 2013
Beverly replied to Chris Beauchamp's discussion 'Any Quilters Among You?'
2nd month 9, 2013
Beverly replied to Marian Bruffy's discussion 'Cat Lovers'
"Yes, cats and most all animals. I have 5 indoor/outdoor cats...Max, Darcy, Rugen, Reno and Fluffles. Max and Darcy are brothers and the other three are brothers. They were orphans we raised from 2 weeks old. There are three barn cats that were here…"
2nd month 8, 2013
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2nd month 8, 2013

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About Me
I'm a seeker, exploring different areas of Christian life. I live a simple lifestyle on a ranch in Northeastern Nevada. I milk our cow, collect eggs from our hens and grow a garden.

I have Quaker roots. My paternal ancestor was John Adamson (appx 1690-1753), a Quaker from England that lived near Bucks County, PA. I also attended Wilmington College in Ohio.

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At 7:50am on 2nd mo. 9, 2013, Barbara Smith said…

Beverly - Blessings on your personal journey. Barb

At 1:50pm on 7th mo. 16, 2010, Julia Ohl said…
Hi, Beverly,
Thanks to reading your posts, I ordered a copy of The Plain Reader today. I have Issue #12 of the magazine Plain from 4th month 1996 that I will be happy to send you if you want it. It is a special issue covering the opening session of the Second Luddite Congress.--Julia
 
 
 

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