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Diana replied on Mon, Oct 1 2012 7:19 AM

I love seeing all the quilt rows.  Great work, ladies.  And I like your embroidery too Kris.   Wish I was there.  Traveling this year has been great and got more to go.  I'm going to Vegas next month for a week....an item on my bucket list.  Check...hehe    Then to Leavenworth for a retreat maybe next year.   March in Branson, Mo. is another bucket list item....check...hehehe      Love to go to the retreats and you ladies keep making it more enjoyable each time I go.   Have fun and enjoy yourselves.  Keep the pics coming, Kris.   We can be there in spirit...

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*sigh* I wish I were there...

Quilters are people who strip so they won't go topless.

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Kris:

Nancy was the first to complete a top:

 

And this is a top for ______ ?????????

 

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Barbara replied on Mon, Oct 1 2012 9:33 AM

Marge I had the same question ,I thinki its a cute quilt . 

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Great reporting work Kris!  PLEASE - keep it up.

Loved all of the row quilts.  Nancy's pheasant was beautiful - almost as good as the real thing.  :o) All of the row contributors outdid themselves.

Maggie - nice to have a face to go with your name.  You know that Marlene and I always talk about you.  Do your ears burn??? 

Barb - who is going to be your "Lois Lane / Jimmy Olsen"??

 

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Barbara:

Marge I had the same question ,I thinki its a cute quilt . 

Barbara - that fuzzy blob on the one square reminds me of a "wooly worm".

 

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Agnes replied on Mon, Oct 1 2012 9:51 AM

The row quilts are absolutely gorgeous. There will be some beautiful quilts from those. The snowman fight embroidery is beautiful. Great to see the lovely faces to go with names. 

To all--Have a blast.

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Oh thanks Agnes.  I meant to say something about Kris's snowmen and forgot. 

KRIS - Love your redwork snowmen.  Do they need a home????

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Annie replied on Mon, Oct 1 2012 10:10 AM

Hi everyone,  I wish I were there.  I just loved seeing all  fall charm swaps fabric in your blocks.  Makes me feel that a part of me is there with you when I spotted my fabric.

Have a fabulous time, can't wait to see more pictures.

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Barbara replied on Mon, Oct 1 2012 10:21 AM

Marge I'm going to be Lois at the Iowa  retreat ..yipee ...LOL 

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Kris:

I finished on of the embroidery piece I brought with me:

Too Cute! I am working here at my lonely little "virtual retreat". I may post pictures this week.

 


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Barbara:

By the way ,glad the gremlins are out west.LOL   

I wouldn't count on it Barbara.  Those gremlins are like the Sorcerers Apprentice and multiply. They have the ability to be in Leavenworth one night and pop on over to other retreats in an instant!

 


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Judy T-Bellingham:

that I think her baby quilt is adorable.

 

Thanks, Judy. Wish you were here. I did two panel quilts for babys in Texas. This quilt is for my neice. Lots of errors but she is so cool, she doesn't care :-)

Deb in Mall of America Land

 

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MNnancy replied on Mon, Oct 1 2012 11:03 AM

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Kris:

Nancy was the first to complete a top:

And this is a top for ______ ?????????

Sorry to be slow responding.  That's one of the fidget quilts I've talked about elsewhere.  The fabrics are home decor with different textures, and then "touchy" stuff is added to the top.   It will be backed with flannel so it won't slip off the recipient's lap.  Our local long-term care centers love these for the shut-ins who need to keep their hands busy fidgeting with stuff.  Can you see the little mouse my cat Pickles donated to the cause?  


On the banks of the Mississippi River in north central Minnesota (Brainerd lakes area)

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MNnancy replied on Mon, Oct 1 2012 11:10 AM

MN Deb and MN Nancy are seen here enjoying a brew and plotting fun stunts to pull on Leslie when we meet her in Branson.

And what are we drinking?  

Quilter's Irish Death???  How in the world did they come up with a name like that?  We just HAD to try it!


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