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Thank you for giving it a try! I'm glad you liked it!
Toggle Commented Mar 10, 2017 on hip pouch sew-along, day 3 of 3. at Daisy Janie
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Hi Irene - I'm glad this hip pouch worked out for you for your medical needs. Thanks for letting me know! Jan
Toggle Commented Oct 20, 2015 on hip pouch sew-along, day 3 of 3. at Daisy Janie
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Hi Liz - I just mimicked what I drew initially as I continued to develop the design. Hope this helps! Jan
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I just remembered that another commenter said to make sure your print settings are set to landscape rather than portrait. Mine defaults to whichever the document uses, but not all printers do. That might be something to check!
Toggle Commented Apr 30, 2013 on hip pouch sew-along, day 2 of 3. at Daisy Janie
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Hello Emily - Thanks for your comment and suggestion about this pattern. I just test-printed the pattern (b/c I haven't done so in a long time), and it printed fine for me. Not sure what the issue might be for others who are having trouble - Have a nice night! Jan
Toggle Commented Apr 30, 2013 on hip pouch sew-along, day 3 of 3. at Daisy Janie
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Your crocs rock, Manda! Your heart will, too, in time. Just like you said. Hard to imagine as you stand so deeply into today that tomorrow could be a smidge different. xo Jan
Toggle Commented Dec 13, 2012 on A load of old.... at Tree Fall
I'm so sorry Manda. Hugs to you and your family.
yumyumyumyumyum! We are big pie fans here, too, Lizzy. I grew up eating round, yellow layer cakes with choc icing and sprinkles for bdays - it's still very nostalgic, but I don't really like it anymore. Not when there could be a pie in its place! And so it is. Pies for everyone - for every occasion! Thanks for sharing your cooking notes and links - much appreciated!!
Toggle Commented Aug 23, 2012 on Pie Dinner 2012. at LizzyHouse
Hello Diane - I'm glad you were able to print the pattern okay. I'm not sure what's causing the printing issue regarding the instructions & images - they print okay for me here. Try test printing from another post or website to see what happens. Then maybe try again. Wish I knew what to tell you. It wasn't my intention that folks would print all the photos & instructions, but I understand the need to do so if you're sewing area is not near your computer. Best of luck! Jan
Toggle Commented Jul 14, 2012 on hip pouch sew-along, day 1 of 3. at Daisy Janie
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Yes! You can totally do this, and tie dye would be great! I know you have much more sewing experience than me. Just make sure to cut generously so you have plenty to work with - and just keep taking it in as needed. And make sure you can get it over your head and shimmy into it! I had to be cut out of an experiment a few years ago! Thanks for commenting, Mary!!
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Hi Kathy - Glad you'll join us. Just head over to the flickr group and add yourself. http://www.flickr.com/groups/lancasterdiamondquiltalong/ Jan
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Thanks for this link! I got halfway through the movie, and it pooped out on me. Will try again!
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Thanks Corina! I do hope there's a day when we don't have to go so far out of our way to find organic clothing and such... I hope it becomes everyday, run of the mill!
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Thanks for reading and commenting Heather. Yes, Fair Trade is a major guiding force in certified organic cotton production. I will cover Fair Trade in a post of its own as the Growing Organically series progresses.
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NAFTA changed everything..... in such a sad and devastating way.
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Thank you for reading and commenting! I'm sure you have a lot of stories you could share about growing up on a farm! Maybe we set something up for a future post. Take care!
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Thanks Betz!!! I seemed like so much fun to try that I couldn't say no to myself!
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If you really do, maybe you can contact the museum for a copy of the pattern? http://quiltandtextilemuseum.com/qt/
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I wonder what it was like to live in an era without 100 things pulling at our attention... and patience was the norm. Seems to surreal!!
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The smaller diamonds will all be cut from the same fabric, same with the parallelograms... just not sure which ones yet.
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Key words: One day!!! Truer words were never spoken, Mary!!!
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I think you'd have to contact the Museum to see how might acquire the pattern. http://quiltandtextilemuseum.com/qt/
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Really, really love your Bloom quilt - and this sunray pic is pretty, too! I think there should be a #bloomalong (maybe there is and I don't know it!). Cheers Aneela!
Toggle Commented Mar 28, 2012 on blooming and boothing at comfortstitching
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I had not read the entire poem - just one of the verses. Love it! He described it perfectly! Thanks for your kind words about pics, too. These are completely unedited, except for cropping. I saw the light on them and ran for my camera!
Toggle Commented Mar 19, 2012 on seeing | this. at Daisy Janie
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Love how all the action of the quilt is contained within the wide margins. Really pretty! And you look adorable in the sunshine and your yella boots! (and pink scarf!!)
Toggle Commented Mar 13, 2012 on Spring Seeds! at LizzyHouse