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#StitchedSaturday – June 22, 2019

I wrote one of the stories in the comments!

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This Saturday’s writing prompt:

Max Word Count: 500

Min Word Count: 300

Using the image below, tell us a story. Then share the post and get others to choose their faves or participate with their own contribution!

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#StitchedSaturday – June 22, 2019

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