"Oh Kris, I love your Winter Solstice top! What an accomplishment. And the Ohio Star quilt is beautiful. Your daughter will be so happy with it. And I see that you are making the Splendid Sampler blocks too.
I am making mine…"
"I've gotten ahead on this second go round of the Splendid Sampler. I got hopelessly behind the first time. LOL. I'm enjoying the Rest and Refreshing civil war sampler. The blocks are easy. Debbie sent out 3 versions…"
"Thank you, Ginny and Linda.
I thought your comment on Kye doing tumbling exercises on his Tumbler Quilt so cute that I immediately e-mailed his father! Of course, it is a quilting reference that we quilters pick up right away.
Today I want to…"
Are you designing the fox yourself? Soon as he gets some eyes I think he will be perfect! I love all the Elizabeth Hartmann animals etc.
My chair was exactly like yours but my cleaning lady cleaned the rollers. I helped…"
"Sorry, Deanna, I was responding to you in the last comment.
My head is full of doggy quilts again. I've got the fabric and some blocks pulled out to start. I've made them many times in my head. The backing is going to be…"
"Thank you, Barbara. We are being very positive about the surgery. I really trust these Drs.
Our youngest son and his wife are in Cuba for a wedding and are having a week's vacation afterwards. He's the one who joins…"
"Lovely potholders! Barbara. !st prize in professional potholder making!
Happy belated birthday, Mary. Hubby and I were at the Heart Institute yesterday morning and then at my Dr.'s yesterday and I missed being on the computer. …"
"I don't know, Ginny. Baby lives in Surrey, B.C., a suburb of Vancouver. It is really far away.
I finished machine quilting my Cowboy quilt this morning. I've started piecing the 7th block of the R&R civil war…"
Here is Kye with the quilt I made him. His Mom, Joy, is a very petite young woman so it is no wonder she had a C-section. Like you, I had bigger babies: 2 at 8 lbs, 6 oz. and 1 at 9 lbs. 3 oz."
If you downloaded the pattern from her blog, it should be a file on your computer and you can just attach the file to an email. Otherwise, if you scan it to your computer, again it will have a file name and can be attached. I'm not in any hurry to start...so many other things to do and my good machine is in the shop. But thank you so much for helping me out!
The "wood grain" quilting sounds interesting, can't wait to see the whole quilt done.Remember l signed up for the free online longarm class? lt said for best results, use a computor ( instead of tablet etc.) , so l closed it, deciding to use computor later. Now it won't come up.l wonder if there was a time limit.l wish l'd taken it on the tablet, even if not as good as on computor.
Smart idea, about the mug rugs...l would never have thought of fabric gluing...l'd have probably gone to snipping/pulling out the poor handwork , washed & redone w/machine. Not likely a" profitable" use of time:)
Our reno chaos replace w/grandchild chaos,llol...they've redecorated our den w/toys. Our daughter's family move turned into a nightmare due to a realtor's mistake on dates...almost blew the deal out of the water at the last minute...after all packed & onnthe truck! The grand have been here since Fri., age 7,5 , & 2...couple of exhausted grandparents here, but grateful to be able to help dd when under huge emotional stress.