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At 2:08pm on March 25, 2018, Mary Moore said…

Thanks for the dog sweater idea, I know I can steal one of Paul's and he will never notice.

At 3:08pm on February 7, 2018, Chris Michelle said…

Hey Chef. I can't commit to a swap right now. I have several large quilts in process and I need to get them off my to do list. Thanks for thinking of me.

At 4:13pm on July 11, 2017, Linda Koller said…

Can't attach questionnaires here, have to be to your personal email because of personal content. But if you can't commit then it's better to wait till next year. I don't want someone to trade names and then have someone not receive a package in December. But please take part in the conversations, etc.

At 4:00pm on June 18, 2017, Kathy Gurgone said…

Lisa,  I appologize for not responding sooner.  I am new to this website and I just saw you comment on my wall today.  I am originally from Micanopy, FL and now live in Loganville, GA just east of Atlanta.  I had sent you a note about all of the similarities between you and my husband and the places you have both lived.  He was born in Chicago, moved to Wisconsin in his early twenties, then to Tucson, AZ, and now in GA.

And to make it even more surreal, my husband had back surgery first in Dec 2015 and had fusion surgery on his back Aug 2016.  

His folks now live in Cape Coral.  One of these days when we come down to visit them, you and I will have to meet up for a cup of coffee or something.    

Hope things are getting better with your family, I know it is rough when your parents get ill.   I have lost both of my parents.

At 8:30pm on June 2, 2017, Barbara Hughes said…

Hi Lisa, Thanks for your help. I didn't realize I needed to send P the P and ask her to send it to me again. A I have it now and am very happy. Thanks again!

At 9:49am on June 1, 2017, Barbara Hughes said…

Hi Lisa, My problem is that I deleted the email they sent for the block. I had to get my email at the library cuz of internet change at home the print out came out black and white. I deleted it after I printed it not knowing the print out would be black and white. I've collected everything else in color. And because it is in several shades of red I'd like to have the pattern in color. When they send the emails Debbie's name is included in the address. I thought I had put her address in my address folder, but I only have the Piecing the past address that Elizabeth said she gets her blocks from. I can't find it there. Thanks for any help you can give me. 

At 1:09am on March 14, 2017, Julie Beard said…

Hi Lisa,

Sorry it's been a while responding to your comments and thank you for your kind encouraging word to my comments. Dorothy is an good pen pal and we enjoy sharing our projects with one another over the last few years. 

I've just posted a picture of my current project to the newbies group and the pickle I find myself in!  I will send you another email when I have more time this week. I hope this email finds you happily making progress with your current project. Julie Beard.

At 7:09pm on December 16, 2015, Ginny Andersen said…

So thankful to hear the procedure went well for your mother. Praying she recovers well enough to enjoy the Holiday with you. 

At 1:27pm on August 5, 2015, rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP said…
sorry that time not there for translucent winged dragonfly. i have fabric and a multi colored gauze for wings of dragonfly wall quilt i am planning. on the broderi perse tho, one of my favorite forms of applique, i thought it was french in origin ...nope! thought to be from india per wikipedia ...

Broderie perse (French for "Persian embroidery") is a style of appliqué embroidery which uses printed elements to create a scene on the background fabric. It was most popular in Europe in the 17th century, and probably travelled from India, as there are some earlier findings there. The technique could be considered an early form of puzzle piecing.

Broderie perse can be done with any printed fabric on any ground, but it originally was worked with Chintz type fabrics. Chintz typically has clearly defined, separated motifs, which were cut out and invisibly applied onto the ground fabric. The typical intention was to create a scene from the motifs, but the decoration could also be random. The resulting fabric was often made into bedspreads.....
At 9:42pm on July 22, 2015, Riana Noyes said…

Just had to complement you on your lovely seagull row by row from Sarisota!...(not a member of batik group), l'll bet the others in Fla. group would love a peak:)

At 2:19pm on January 11, 2015, Mary-Anne Buist said…

This one is all new to me so hopefully I'll get the hang of it.  I did the mug rug rug swap for one year and it just ended so thought I'd try something different.  

At 5:58am on September 19, 2014, Ethelda Hillsman said…
Thanks Lisa. Unfortunately, it looks just like me. Lolol
At 7:46pm on July 21, 2014, Amy Grzasko Mann said…

Thanks for the birthday wishes, Lisa!

At 10:16pm on June 8, 2014, Sue Wiggins Jones said…
Ok!
At 6:47pm on March 4, 2014, Beverley Anderson Linsley said…

Your quilting projects sound beautiful.  I can't wait to start a new quilt.  Right now I am working on a quilt project that is not working out.  I believe it has a lot do do with my math skills when it comes to quilting.  I have no problem following a pattern or designing a baby quilt.  This one has a very large center that has been paper pieced, now I can't figure out what to do next - large borders, blocks etc. and how large of blocks that will fit around this paper pieced center?   I am at my wits end and I have to have it completely finished and quilted to mail by the middle of July. Any help would be appreciated from yourself and fellow quilters.  I can send dimensions of the paper piece center if anyone wants to take a crack at it.  ha..ha.. Bev Linsley

At 11:11am on January 20, 2014, Pam George said…

I would like to join in the 10 inch layer cake swap, but can't fine out where to sign up for. I found the batik and cotton swps, but not the layer cake one.

Sorry to be such a pain, I'll do my best tp learn the site

Thank you

At 9:49am on January 20, 2014, Gerri Pokorny said…

Thank you, Chef Lisa!! I will look into those websites you suggested....thanks for the info!!  Have a GREAT DAY!!! :)

 

At 11:52pm on January 19, 2014, Jean McCusker said…
Thanks, Chef Lisa, for your welcome. I am finding it challenging to get around the site, but I am also enjoying the contact with other quilters. I am new to my location (moved last April) and my new guild is a great source for meeting folks, but this is like having contacts right at you fingertips. I think I will love it. Thanks also for the additional info. I may join one or two other swapping adventures.
At 11:04pm on January 11, 2014, Shelly said…

Thanks for the info. I'm currently just looking around. There is a lot to see!

At 10:13am on December 31, 2013, Bev Wurth Stoos said…

Thank you very much for the welcome!! I am looking forward to checking out this site!!

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