If you're a REAL quilter, you have at least one UFO (unfinished object) and one WIP (work in progress) stashed in the closet or stacked on a shelf. Maybe you just need quilting suggestions, or maybe a fresh eye from a new online friend can help with block arrangements. How about a UFO swap? Any UFO conversation is welcome.

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Comment by Linda Koller on Friday

Ginny, that was awesome! PTSD is difficult to deal with. There are many days I struggle with depression. I can't even imagine how a soldier deals with it. Altho I've never struggled with suicide, I can understand in some way how soldiers struggle with it. People who do not have PTSD do not understand because they have not been thru what their loved one has experienced. It tears families apart...I know from experience.

Comment by Mary Moore on Friday

I'm sure it is the camera angle, but if the puppy grows into the nose...whoa.  We have fostered two old border collies, they are way too smart for us.

Paul just got a pre-diabetic diagnosis.  He doesn't need to lose weight, but he is a chronic snacker.  Any suggestions that are easy to grab?  Or something I could make in advance?

Comment by Zoetc49 on Friday

Ginny, he is 100% Border Collie. He aims to please and has learned many things in a short time. I will work with him more and the other dogs to teach them new tricks. 

Thank you all. 


Comment by Barbara Hughes on Thursday

So beautiful and heart stiring, Ginny.

Love, the pup, Zoe.

Comment by Ginny Andersen on Thursday

Had to share this! For those QOV quilters, this is what it is all about!

Comment by Ginny Andersen on Thursday

Oh, look at that face! What a sweetie, Zoe! He looks to have a little border collie in him, yes? 

Comment by Elizabeth Phillips on Thursday

Hi Zoe,

Your puppy is so cute.  So glad to hear that he is good too.

I was sashing My Stitchery Garden blocks and I didn't realize the blocks were not square, but rectangles.  A day's work for nothing!

Comment by Zoetc49 on Thursday

Thank you Linda, 

The sewing machine arrived at my ex sil, and she said " You should not have", then said you are sweet and kind.  I did ask her later if she thought that her step daughter would like it, she said she though so. I told my older niece what I did and stated that it would be something she will always have, regardless if she did quilting, hemming, if simple crafts.  She agreed, she said she pulls her out from time to time to fix somethings.  Three weeks from now, I will see what her response is. I am still glad I did this.  For others wondering why, ... I don't have kids nor did I marry, so I adopt kids along the way in life. 

Comment by Linda Koller on Wednesday

What a cutie, Zoe!!!!

Comment by Zoetc49 on Wednesday

This is my puppy, I got him after my 7 yr old died of cancer recently. This guy is now 4 months old. He will be big & sweet. I have only heard him bark 2 times !


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