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Those 4-patches are perfect for sneaking in at the end of a row of chain piecing. You'll be done in no time!
Toggle Commented Dec 28, 2016 on More Memories at Fiber and Pulp
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I think Bonnie usually closes the link up by Friday. You can post your link on any link up that is open. You don't need to share your clue one on the clue one link up. I missed the first one, too. When the new link opens on Monday jump right in there! I love you colors. I mixed mine up a little, too.
Toggle Commented Dec 23, 2016 on Clue the Second at Fiber and Pulp
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I love seeing all the different ways the same design can be put together. Bonnie Hunter's mystery quilt is always an adventure in color choices and I love that.
Toggle Commented Dec 20, 2016 on Slow but Steady at Fiber and Pulp
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Thank you for sharing these wonderful quilts. I admit I've only ever hand quilt one throw quilt and I will likely never repeat that performance. These are beautiful!
Toggle Commented Dec 2, 2016 on Holiday Open House at Fiber and Pulp
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I think it is time we all found a use for our fabric or let it go to someone that will. I want to be remembered for the quilts I leave behind. Not the pile of fabric I never bothered to use.
Thanks for the shout-out! I must admit it was pure serendipity that we bumped into you. We didn't like the crowded dining room when we came in so we did our shopping before we went up to find lunch. I'm so glad to hear you're getting around! Don't worry, that garment sewing will be like riding a bike. Except without the potential for skinned knees.
Toggle Commented Aug 6, 2014 on Sweating! at Fiber and Pulp
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I just recently joined a guild. My work had kept me away from home for months, so it just wasn't something I thought I could contribute much time to. My work schedule has changed so I joined the local Modern Quilt Guild. Before that, I had joined up with the local chapter of Quilts for Kids, which is a great way to connect with your local quilting community. I've also managed to convert a couple friends from sewers, casual or otherwise, to quilters. That is possibly the best part.
The best thing I made for someone else was a wedding dress. It wasn't my best work, and I could do a much better job with my current skills. I think it was the best because it was a gift for her special day.
Toggle Commented Apr 14, 2011 on The Perfect Pear Pincushion at The Sew Weekly
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I usually keep my hand-work to a minimum. Although, when it comes time to finish the binding on a quilt, I break out the needle, thread and some good television. Hand stitching or knitting while watching television makes me feel not quite as guilty about sitting around watching television. I'm able to occupy my hands and my mind.
Toggle Commented Apr 2, 2011 on Lovely Lilac Pincushion at The Sew Weekly
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My Barbie had clothing made my me. Terrible things that didn't have hems and snaps that were sewn with entirely too much thread. I must have made the simple, strapless bodice enough times to wear out the single pattern I had. Barbie was also the proud owner of a rabbit fur coat made by my granma. A full length coat in black with a short collar in white. It wasn't lined, but Barbie never complained.
Toggle Commented Apr 1, 2011 on Funky, Felt Pincushion at The Sew Weekly
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