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Wow the fracture quilts are great, they are beautiful.  I really the the Halloween ones Gini and Kris.  All the quilts coming out of the retreat are beautiful. 

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Kris replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 10:30 AM

Bev :

Good Morning Ladies,

I see you all had another very busy day. I can't believe all that you have done in the time you have been there!  

Kris, I love my featherweight and loved seeing you with yours ( heehee) 

The fractured quilts look interesting and want to try one. Were the Halloween ones a kit?

Hi Bev,

The Halloween fractures came from the same panel. I love seeing me with the featherweight too.

 

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Kathy replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 10:30 AM

Love the fractured quilts  Nana you need to teach this in TN in July!

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Kris replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 10:37 AM

Judy T-Bellingham:

Kris:

Here's my progress as I head off to bed:

Kris, so cool. It is inspiring me to, maybe, do some hand work.

Thanks Judy. Handwork is very relaxing for me and well suited to this environment.

 

Again, thanks everyone for all the kind words. We're having a blast. The quiet ones are warming up and have begun to let loose.

 

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Sukochi replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 10:46 AM

The fractures make me dizzy. When I sowed them to DH, he moved way back and said he thought he was seeing double.  Me, too. I guess I need to be able to see out of your eyes. ll I see is double vision.

Sukochi

 

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Bev replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 11:21 AM

Kathy:

Love the fractured quilts  Nana you need to teach this in TN in July!

Hey Kathy or Nana ,

What is going to be in Tn in July? 

  from TN

 

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Frances replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 11:44 AM

Kris,

I never thought id say it but i love the fractured quilts especially yours and ginis halloween ones.

I love your redwork quilt what is it and where did you get it (never thought i would do a christmas quilt, but after seeing yours and Theas im very tempted).

I love the log cabin block that i think Debs is doing if it needs a home just let me know.

Kris im in total agreement with everyone else the featherweight looks like it belongs to you.

lots of love

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Kris replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 11:52 AM

Thanks Frances.

The red work is Winter Wonderland by Crabapple Hill.

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Kathy replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 11:52 AM

Bev

A retreat in Seiverville at Douglass Lake

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Kris replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 12:05 PM

LaJuan Sukochi Lee:

The fractures make me dizzy. When I sowed them to DH, he moved way back and said he thought he was seeing double.  Me, too. I guess I need to be able to see out of your eyes. ll I see is double vision.

A lot of people say that Sukochi.

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Kris replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 12:32 PM

I forgot to mention we had a wonderful treat last evening. Patti's DH has a wonderful singing voice and he sang a bit for us. It was amazing. Definitely a highlight of the retreat.

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Kris:

Thanks Frances.

The red work is Winter Wonderland by Crabapple Hill.

Kris, thanks for this link. They have a wonderful Vintage Tin pattern that I just couldn't resist. Guess I'll need to bone up on my embroidery skills. Perhaps it might be my project for the Branson retreat. 

 


In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!

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Kris replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 12:38 PM

The sewing room is humming and everyone is working hard.

Gini made a row of turtles:

 

Spud is building a snowman:

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Kris replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 12:51 PM

Judy T-Bellingham:
Kris, thanks for this link. They have a wonderful Vintage Tin pattern that I just couldn't resist. Guess I'll need to bone up on my embroidery skills. Perhaps it might be my project for the Branson retreat. 

You're welcome Judy. "Vintage Tin" was featured at soireé yesterday.

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Kris replied on Wed, Oct 3 2012 1:00 PM

Bias tape making 101 is in session in preparation for the Celtic appliqué class:

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