"Thread catchers are a great addition to put next to your sewing machine to toss those pesky little thread pieces in that clutter around the sewing machine. Here are a couple of examples.........
The first one hangs over the edge of your sewing…"
"Good morning ! Sorry I have been out of touch, made the mistake of going to an auction in 95 + temps and ended up with hear exhaustion!! Guess when you get to a certain age you just can't play all day in the sun without paying a price for it.…"
"YAY...............glad all the fairies made it.............and we have a baby grandson Bennett Robert - 7 lbs 10 oz - 20 inches long - our first- that was born on 2 July - at 1AM....so happy - just got back from our first weeks of…"
"Hi Gayle .... I just finished quilting my "project" and will mail it by this weekend. Just have to add the binding and it is done. I even had to take my machine back in this week to replace the bobbin holder ... hope that is it…"
"Beth- ----- I think quite a few of the ones I will be picking up have a western theme,especially some of the Wyoming ones. There are alsome several with wildlife and I think there is at least one with a train. I willie double checking the patterns a…"
Mary, I have a solution so you can take part this year. If you pm you personal email to me, I will email you the questionnaire. I will need you to fill it out and send back right away. I hate to see you miss out this year so I've thought of a way you can take part.
Mary - I went to the Oshkosh museum Thursday with some friends and they had a beautiful display of "The seven angels of the seven Churches" in stain class by Louise Comfort Tiffany.They were very old and were found in a shed near an old church. The angels were sent to a place in Pennsylvania to be restored. It took them over a year and a half to clean and restore. They were just beautiful and worth the time and money to go see.
Mary, we drive our motorhome to Texas right after Christmas to enjoy a warmer than Canadian winter:) Come May l'll be back home gardening, sewing , and babysitting grandkids, but in the meantime, l play golf, walk the beach, and sew quilt tops to quilt when l'm home.
Hi Mary, I don't know how to send a friend request on here, as I don't have your email.
I would like to participate in the January cool palette block swap if you still have room. I see 9 have signed up so far. Let me know what information I need to send you. You can send me a friend request at firstname.lastname@example.org.
late response - my apologies. but you are welcome. i am a bit of a nerdy person, love learning how things work. the child that disassembled clocks and learned to pick locks now, as a senior, loves figuring out how things on the internet work :)). if you have any other probs/issues let me know. if i don't know the answer, i will eventually.
oh...and the fall blocks were great! looking forward to following the winter block swap.
hi mary. i'm not a member of the mug rug swaps, but i follow along and enjoy all the projects and photos. just read your comment to barbara about how to contact the new members of your group who sent group message instead of posting comments on group page.
go to the "members" page on the header of main page. type their names (one at a time) into the search window on left side of page just above where all members pages start to show. that will take you to link to their individual pages here at mqp. and leave them a message in their comment window as i am doing here on your page. they will get a personal email from the site w link back to your message to them. good luck. it took me the longest time to figure this all out.