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  • Re: Lambie quilt

    Here's the poem: Sweet dreams my p recious grandchild, for the day is done. The moon is here to say goodnight to the setting sun. Gather your lambie quilt and climb into your bed. Close your little eyes and lay down your sleepy head. Rest for now with peaceful dreams of twinking stars and shining moon beams.
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Linda on Thu, Oct 8 2009
  • Lambie quilt

    I have finally finished my Lambie Baby quilt for my son and daughter-in-law who are doing the nusery in neutral colors as they do not want to know the gender. Baby is due December 7th Thank you for your suggestions. Here is a picture of the final product. I took several of your suggestions - Minkie lambies from a "coloring book" page and have
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Linda on Thu, Oct 8 2009
  • Re: Scalloped binding edges

    Thanks Spudgrandma - Yes I am referring to the scalloped edge tools - I have seen one at JoAnn Fabrics, but am not sure - I also have seen them at quilt shows, but didn't pay attention since I wasn't interested at that time - you know how that goes! Anyway, I can finish the regular way, but since this is all neutral colors and only half-rectangles
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Linda on Tue, Aug 25 2009
  • Scalloped binding edges

    A while ago I had asked your help with a Lambie theme quit and with your suggestions have made one with an applique Lamb (got the pattern from a coloring book - good suggestion!) on it made from "minkie". My children are doing a "neutral" nursery as they do not want to know the gender of the baby. I made the quilt using 8 rows of
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Linda on Tue, Aug 25 2009
  • Re: Looking for a Lamb theme quilt

    Nope! Spiedies are bite sized chunks of marinated meat (originally lamb was used) that is cooked over a grill on a long thin metal skewer. When done, you pull six to seven pieces (depending on the size) off the skewer with a slice of Italian bread and eat - yummy. Similar to kabobs - but no vegetables and the meat is marinated for a few days before
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Linda on Sun, Aug 2 2009
  • Finally figured out Blogging

    This is all new to me - have been using "Forum" area - hope I have this right now. Still do not have any idea what the "tags" are for.
    Posted to Linda Mc - Endicott, NY Quilter (Weblog) by Linda on Sun, Aug 2 2009
  • Re: Looking for a Lamb theme quilt

    Endicott, NY is about 60 miles south of Syracuse - we are about 15 minutes north of the PA border sort of above Scranton which is about an hour away. Buffalo is a bit of a trip for us. We were one of the original IBM sites and had over 70,000 employees. Our area is also home to Endicott Johnson which in its heyday made millions of shoes, dress shoes
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Linda on Sun, Aug 2 2009
  • Re: Hi from Wisconsin

    I am in New York - not as hot here, but I have found that If I put the bulk of the quilt on a TV tray next to me - I don't so much of the quilt directly on my lap and air can circulate around my legs - don't know if that would work for you, but might be worth a try next time you are "heating up" under there.
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Linda on Sat, Aug 1 2009
  • Re: Looking for a Lamb theme quilt

    Thank you so much for the link - that fabric is absolutely adorable - I think I am going to enjoy being a part of this group - I've just started and already have gotten a lot of creative help. What are the Tags for at the end of these communications?
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Linda on Sat, Aug 1 2009
  • Re: Looking for a Lamb theme quilt

    Thanks for the welcome- I live in Endicott, NY and I work in the Research & Developemnt area of a large credit union which is fun. I am ready to retire, but waiting for the 401K to rebuild a little after last year. Also I am working to support my quilting habit which seams (pardon the pun) to be very addictive. One of my favorite types of quilting
    Posted to Introduce Yourself! (Forum) by Linda on Sat, Aug 1 2009
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