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Friday, February 26, 2010

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Jean Etheridge

I listened to last week's show Friday night in the car on the way to visit my grandsons for the weekend. Loved it. Loved it. Loved it.

Shady Brooks

LOL - I have that same problem with Fat Quarters too.....I have somehow amassed several hundred of them over the past 2 years due to the severe sales that occured when both of my local quilt shops went out of business. :( I never have found a use for any of them, other than a few appliques. Too bad they are all gorgeous fabrics - just not a very usable size cut for me :(

Sharon

I am really, really trying to be a gracious loser, but man I wanted the iron first, but would settle for the necklace. LOL Happy for you winners. I used fat quarters mostly in my tent flap challenge.

Janet Huisinga

Oh! Pat, I would love to have an iron like yours in the picture with the black and white stash!!!! Iron envy?! I won't, envy just wish!
My girls made some turkish delight after the first Narnia movie, The lion, the witch and the wardrobe was out. Edmand eats the witch's turkish delight. They tried store bought and liked the home made better.
I love finding fatquarters that are very different from what I have but I still seem to come up short by one or two when putting a project together. Off to the quilt store I go! : )
Quilting in Oshkosh WI, God bless, Janet H

Sandi

I have a whole pile of blues, greens and whites that are going into a quilt and drapes for our bedroom. I think I'm just going to do big squares as I like the fabrics so much and want to see big chunks of the pattern. I'm thinking I'll tie the quilt top as I want it to be more like a comforter.

Lois March

Finally an iron that makes sense.The first time, I ever heard how an iron works.
Love tour radio show and the possibilities it gives you.
Lois

Jan

Fat quarters are perfect for doll clothes and for smaller dolls (Halloween, I made the body from them too). Novelties are the best. I take bus trips with the quilt guild and two of my very favorite shops are Magrieta's in St. Augustine and Patchwork Pig in Lakeland both in FL. Blessings, Janet

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