Designer Batik Swap


Designer Batik Swap

If you would like to join a 100%  DESIGNER QUALITY Quilt Store batik swap:

*Start by being friends of Chef Lisa, Carla Walton and Colette LeFever:

                RULES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

1. Fabric MUST BE DESIGNER QUALITY ONLY - meaning this: bali, island batiks, moda, timeless treasures, Robert kaufmann, Hoffman, Batavia, komo, Michael miller, jinny beyer, Avlyn, Anthology, tonga, komo and galaxy and the like. fabrics not meeting this requirement WILL BE RETURNED.

2. you MUST be a member of the batik swap to participate and comments about the batik swap should be made on the batik swap page.

3. you are responsible for your postage in both sending and returning your fabric and the quality of envelopes you choose to use.

 4. we are NOT responsible for items lost in the mail. we will do our best to get them to you but we cannot control the post office.

5. the swap will be centralized - meaning that the swap fabrics will be sent to a coordinator for distribution.

6. fabrics should be sent in a timely manner.

7. please comment regularly so that we know you are still around and interested
















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Comment by Janet Chinault on December 7, 2013 at 10:47pm
Connie, we're not iced in here in South Central PA although it is about 27 degrees now after being in the 60s on Monday! We have 70 o/o chance of snow flurries overnight. Laura, I hope you
U didn't get hurt when you slipped on the ice. My hubby had some of those ice cleats Rogue mentioned and they did work well. I wonder how Carla is making out in Witcha Falls with the weather and with the quilting.
Comment by Vickie Smith on December 7, 2013 at 9:18pm

Laura, I agree with Rogue... how about a pic of that comfy quilt.  Hope you are okay after the fall on the ice.

Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on December 7, 2013 at 8:52pm
laura - have your used those things that you clamp to your shoes? some are spike like things, others are a metal coil. all are on elastised sorta straps that fit over your boot or shoe whatever. i got myself and my mil each a pair couple years ago. she is in her 80's ...not a home body, we worried about her shopping and all the running around she does. icy sidewalks, parking lots etc. they work relly well and you shpuld be able to find them in department or sporting goods stores there in colorado. i keep a pair in my teuck in winter. we get a lot more ice rain and ice build up from fog etc than compact snow..tho we get our share of that stuff too.

our temps have gotten to 8 to 10 the last few days. supposed to climb up i to 20's next week and by end of next week into lo 30's. so NOAA is far they have been waaayyyy off on our day & night time temps here. the ice flows today going down the river were pretty cool to watch tho lol!

amd of course, now you have to show us a pick of that quilt! :))
Comment by Laura Roberts on December 7, 2013 at 8:21pm

Not completely ice bound, but we've had days and days of single digit and below zero temperatures and we're not done yet. I tried to walk my dog and ended up falling on the ice, so I took her out the back gate into the snow and, while the snow went over the top of my boots, she had a great time and I didn't have to worry about falling. Now I'm home and will get a cup of tea and wrap up under the most comfy quilt ever. I found it at an estate sale and it's about 80 years old; red, white, and blue, with stars. It's so drapey and comfy and soft!! It makes me want to wash my quilts about 20 times and see how they end up. Stay warm and safe everyone!

Comment by Connie Wilkerson CRS on December 7, 2013 at 6:33pm
Ok I didn't realize the first one posted. Lol
Comment by Connie Wilkerson CRS on December 7, 2013 at 6:30pm
2nd full day of being totally iced in. Ugh! I guess I will have to overnight my exchange gift on Monday. Anyone else housebound?
Comment by Connie Wilkerson CRS on December 7, 2013 at 6:27pm
2nd full day of being totally iced in. Ugh! Hopefully I can get out Monday. I'll have to overnight my gift exchange item. Oh well. Anyone else housebound?
Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on December 6, 2013 at 2:34pm

ipad pic last year when everything folded and ready to be wrpped for trip to portland.

except for Whigry III ...she only traveled as far as the kennel.
Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on December 6, 2013 at 2:27pm
laura - my fuzzy blankets done w applique, and one of the flannel quilts w fur back...

thought i had last xmas quilts on here, don't will post and share the link.

what are you making? and don't forget to share the pics! :))
Comment by rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP on December 6, 2013 at 2:14pm
oh...and i did a knife edge binding or on flannel quilt tops, w fur backing, brought backing around to front and stitched.

fur is messy. working on a another purse right now...i clean as i go along w damp cloth shake it out over trash can. then shake the pieces & scraps outside...the birds, squirrels and other critters seem to clean up the loose fur fast for bedding.

...and :)) in PA i had a chip unk that would sit on the rock wall in front of window. whenever he saw me he would start shaking & shivering in the cold. begging. i would go out, scrape snow off rocks..deposit handfull of sunflower seeds and then go back in and & son & i would watch that little character stuff his cheecks as full as he could. so..of course we would put larger amounts each time. i even tease critters :)) matter how large an amount of sunflower seeds we put out for him...he would get every single one into his mout and then runnoff to stash. we played all that winter. he's probably the one that ate my potatoes the following summer! lollol

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