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Thursday, January 31, 2008


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Mary in H. VA

I love her Tat! What a very kewl idea. i have one and another in the works. My mom had a cow when she found out! Oh well can't ,make everyone happy. My Ds has almost as many as he has places to put them.


My children would put me in a home for sure. Because I am not ready to go I hate to give them the ammunition if you know what I mean.

How FABULOUS are those tats anyway?

Let's get one............. what the heck! :)


Have you seen Karen McTavish's "sleeve" of quilted Feather's? on her arm. I think they are on her web site. No tats here, skin starts going south with age and so do the tats!! Ha!

Roni Hunt

I love tatts! Although I've designed a couple of them, I do not have any. I appreciate the art. I love the cupcake tatt!! thanks for the pix!!!

mary burns

Oh Pat, I don't think I'm ready for a tatoo! But they do look cool!! It would be funny though to come home with one and see the looks on my teenagers faces!! You have to see the Dear Jane's quilt Jenna posted! Oh My!!
Hugs, Mary B
check out my blog: http://mary-threadneedle.blogspot.com
I have listed your blog on the side of mine!
Also, how did you create your banner - mine is HUGE!!

Have a great day!


I want a thimble, needle and thread with the word Quilter in a semi circle underneath! I would put mine just above my ankle!

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