Love your quilt is
gini in north idaho
CC, your Lone Star is beautiful, you and your DD make a great team.
Agnes, love your stained glass quilt. Just beautiful.
Is, Great job on the MQ. Love the colors.
Not sure this will even post. I can get onto QCA by clicking on the link in an email, but then when I try to do anything it fails. Can't even think about getting into groups to post pictures or see what everyone is doing.
Sigh, guess I'll just have to do some housework? NOT.
In the beautiful Pacific Northwest!
I know Judy iist been slow going for me too. Thanks again for comments on quilt. Tonight I thought. I'd. Try my phone..
Quilting My Rainbow
I have been reading and wanting to add comments about the wonderful works you folks are doing.
Unfortunately' I have been very I'll. I went into minor toe suffer to clean out arthritis damage and a sml.
Broken bone fragmant....out patient surgery took under an hr. 4 days. Later it burned badly under dressing...went to Dr.,then hospital spent 7 days in Hosp.
Got home Fri. IV antibiotics 3x a day for 5 more weeks! MRSA almost got me!
Foot better daily' getting stronger and skin on foot coming back.....no quilting. Wahhhh
Keep works coming-so enjoy seeing them. Feel so sorry those who are experiencing loss and other sad things I've seen on the site lately.....will be thinking of you all!
Good to be back and may not answer your nice comments but please know I appreciate all of you...
Pam in Oregon :-)
Pam, So sorry to hear that a simple out patient procedure would end up being so serious, painful, and scary. Keep us posted on your recovery status. Lots of vitamin C is what they give me for infections. Glad your back with us. Hugs, Susan
I did a Dresden plate wall hanging so I can practice blind hem stitching and applique before I do my Christmas one thats been sitting in the UFO pile for two years. Maybe by next December it will be finished . Susan
Gee Pam, it's good to hear that you are overcoming your infection. That can be a very scary infection to deal with. Just hang in there and follow your Doc"s instructions. Good to have you back and at least lurking-- which is what I have been doing a lot of also. Ginny
Thanks to all for the comments on my Stain Glass Lone Star. I wonder why I gave it away but at least I can still visit with it when at my son's place. I plan to spend a good part of the summer with him. Totally in civilization but still within walking distance to the lake shore with various little sitting nooks to just enjoy the water.
Agnes in NW Ontario
Is--Love your MQ9.
Pam--Take care of that foot situation and infection. Sounds rather scary.
Pam, I am very lucky my trip to the hospital is going so well. Wishing you a very speedy recovery.
I finished quilting a charity quilt yesterday so it can go to whom ever will do the binding. My retreat meeting went well, more food than we could possibly eat, most of which they left. How much do they think one person can eat??!? I went looking for a couple of kits I was donating as door prizes and in the process, found another charity quilt hiding on my chair under a pile of fabric I picked for my next quilt.
I'll never be finished.
Gini Do you work for qca what is the latest diagnosis on the issues or is it just my computer?
IT IS NOT OUR COMPUTERS. I HAVE WORKED WITH COMPUTERS FOR EVER. It is their Web site. I love this site I do not want to see us all decide not to stay. Please QCA just get it together we love it here.
Quilt, have fun, spend less time worrying if it is perfect.
Pam, so sorry you went through all of that. Thoughts and prayers are with you. You take care of yourself and we'll be here when you're feeling better. (((((HUGS)))))
Agnes, your Lone Star stained glass quilt is stunning!