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Kris replied on Sat, Jul 19 2014 4:52 PM

Judy T-Bellingham:
As I quilt, I read the signatures on each block and remember the wonderful people I met for the first time. A few I haven't seen since but most I've connected with at other retreats. It's a rainy, dreary day here in the northwest corner of Washington state but working on this quilt, bringing back memories, is just making me feel so good.

What a sweet sentiment Judy. 

At this point I'm not sure where my blocks are but I plan on putting leaves on one side and the beach (VA retreat) on the other.

I'm so sad to be missing this year's retreats.

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gini replied on Sat, Jul 19 2014 5:12 PM

I'm sad you'll be missing the retreats, kris.

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Kris:

At this point I'm not sure where my blocks are but I plan on putting leaves on one side and the beach (VA retreat) on the other.

I'm so sad to be missing this year's retreats.

 

I'm sad you're missing them also.


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Joyce replied on Sat, Jul 19 2014 7:46 PM

Agnes your place looks so neat, the zones are a great idea.  You are so organized  I would have everything everywhere.  You have done a nice job decorating.

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No quilting today. We went camping yeah. 

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Nana replied on Sat, Jul 19 2014 10:18 PM

I am sad that you are missing all the retreats too.   Maybe you can work it out to come to Branson next year.  Last full week of Feb.

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Nancy, are you taking names for Branson yet. Count me in.

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Angele replied on Sun, Jul 20 2014 4:04 PM

Agnes if you don't function well when it's disorganized, you would've been shocked with my room these past two weeks. I need to finish my nephew's wedding quilt. I just got the missing fabric Thursday. So since then I've spent every minute possible ironing, cutting and sewing. My ro is like a tornado went through. This am I couldn't work in that mess anymore so I moved a few things and vacuumed. Now I at least have a path from the door the my machine, from my machine to the ironing board and to the cutting board. The big clean will have to wait till I'm done this quilt. I have three weeks. That's it!

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Angele replied on Sun, Jul 20 2014 4:10 PM

MamaG your bee wall hanging is very nice. So much fun!

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Angele replied on Sun, Jul 20 2014 4:25 PM

Agnes your DH did such a beautiful job with the hummingbird. It's very easy to imagine him feeding off the flower.

i really like how you have your zones around your apartment.  It gives you room to think and create.

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Agnes replied on Sun, Jul 20 2014 6:02 PM

Angele:

Agnes your DH did such a beautiful job with the hummingbird. It's very easy to imagine him feeding off the flower.

i really like how you have your zones around your apartment.  It gives you room to think and create.

Thanks, Angele. Zones come from positive thinking. Rather than thinking of not having a sewing room as a negative this makes it very positive. I bought the sideboard because I was cheap, yet it is my best furniture purchase ever. I went out to buy an entertainment unit. The sideboard was on clearance at less than half the price of the entertainment unit I had been eyeing online. After a few months I looked at my entire situation and changed the purpose of some of my other furniture. The TV stand is an antique wash stand with a plywood box to raise it and allow the receiver to be under it. The towel harp is safely stored away. My boom box is in the cavity behind the doors.

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Kris replied on Sun, Jul 20 2014 6:54 PM

Nana:

I am sad that you are missing all the retreats too.   Maybe you can work it out to come to Branson next year.  Last full week of Feb.

I'll definitely try to work it. I haven't been to Branson yet.

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Bonita replied on Sun, Jul 20 2014 7:29 PM

Pretty quilt Judy. Love the colors.

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Thanks Bonita


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Nana replied on Sun, Jul 20 2014 8:25 PM

Elaine I will be opening the retreat up for sign ups soon

 

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