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lcqultr46 replied on Sat, Nov 24 2012 11:57 PM

MNnancy:
Did you square up your blocks?
Yes, I squared up the blocks. I kept getting dragonflys and birds flying upside down trying to avoid matching seams. That's one reason I decided to go with the 7X7 square layout.

How fun you got to see the AAQ show, I didn't realize it was in Minneapolis. That was a fun one to do. Some of the designs were absolutely amazing!

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lcqultr46 replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 12:01 AM

Thanks Bonita. I really like all your daisies!

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Frances replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 12:58 AM

Nana,

Many thanks for hosting this one, I am very grateful it is simple i have finished stage 2 hopefully do stage 3 today, everyones quilts look great.

lots of love

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Marie replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 6:41 AM

Judy, your scrappy is really pretty!  Your 3D is beautiful!  Love the shadow the black fabric adds to it.

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Marie replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 6:44 AM

Bonita, your scrappy is turning out beautifully!  I love these fabrics.

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Everybody's interpretations look fabulous.  I'm planning on becoming a sewing maniac after church today so I can get caught up with this one and Judy's train over on quilters board.  I'd like to have at least those two projects caught up before starting the new week.

My vintage singer arrived and she is absolutely gorgous.  Unfortunately the wire to the foot pedal is very worn and too dangerous for me to use except to try her out -- she runs like a dream.  I've ordered what I need and hope to get her up and running later this week.  She's a Singer 15-91, born on March 3, 1952 in Elizabeth, NJ, and I've named her Bessie.  She will be dedicated to free motion work.

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Barbara replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 9:16 AM

Briget,she is beautiful . I hoep you will have many years of fun with her.

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Marilyn B replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 9:40 AM

Brigit, she is beautiful. I have an old treadle but she needs a new belt.  I should see if I can get one and play with her again, it has been almost 50 years since I used her last.

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J_Line replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 10:18 AM

Briget,

This old sewing machine is very touching (I hope it's the good word... argh... my bad english).

Imagine, all the cloths and quilts Bessie has sewn !

I also have a old Singer, who belonged an aunt. But no foot pedal, only a handle.

I hope you'll make fine quilting with her !

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Elizabeth replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 10:40 AM

Wow, for such a simple quilt some stunning results are comeing out.  I have not evencut my fabric as I have been in a bad place health wise for the last three weeks.  Perfect example Thanksgiving dinner was Chicken Pot pies!

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Mimi replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 10:59 AM

Elizabeth:
I have been in a bad place health wise for the last three weeks.

Hope you are feeling much better soon, Elizabeth.  BTW I love chicken pot pies.

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lcqultr46 replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 11:51 AM

Elizabeth:
I have been in a bad place health wise

Sorry to hear you've been ill Elizabeth. I've got the turkey carcass in the crockpot for turkey vegetable soup today. I'd bring you some if you lived closer.

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weezee56 replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 11:54 AM

Belfrybat:

Everybody's interpretations look fabulous.  I'm planning on becoming a sewing maniac after church today so I can get caught up with this one and Judy's train over on quilters board.  I'd like to have at least those two projects caught up before starting the new week.

My vintage singer arrived and she is absolutely gorgous.  Unfortunately the wire to the foot pedal is very worn and too dangerous for me to use except to try her out -- she runs like a dream.  I've ordered what I need and hope to get her up and running later this week.  She's a Singer 15-91, born on March 3, 1952 in Elizabeth, NJ, and I've named her Bessie.  She will be dedicated to free motion work.

She looks great, My Dad names one of his old cars Bessie. I hope she runs great forever for you.

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Judy replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 12:07 PM

Sure hope you feel better soon. 

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Bonita replied on Sun, Nov 25 2012 12:23 PM

Thanks Mimi, I bought this as a twice the charm from MSQC months ago and the last time I looked they didn't have anymore. The fabric is fom RJR fabrics and is called Simple Pleasures. I know MNnancy just bought some so I'm sure it's still out there. The bundle was put together by Debbie Beaves of the Violet Patch, Inc.

Her website www.violetpatch.com

I hope this helps you, I love it too.

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