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Thread: The fws pony club update photo - discussion - completed page

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    ROLF - that is a riot Jan!!!
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    I got some more blocks today!! Dublb---they look great.

    Jan--cute dog.

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    Love the dog and attitude!!, JanRN. LOL!! Good for laugh or two, or a smile at least.

    Quilte, neat mud room, love the teddy bear and the Frosty shirt. Neat butter churn, too. Have a collection of T.B. in my sewing room...New Year bear twins from the year of 2000, raccoon bear with real fur and leather paws and moveable legs and arms, Alpaca bear from South America, and dh muskrat teddy bear...real fur again with leather paws, moveable legs and arms. Smaller bears too, one is white, one is red.

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    Anael ... a sweater could be fun, then add a head, hat etc.

    JanRN ... so does that Dude have a name? We'll want a new pic when you change his attire!

    CarrieM ... are you enjoying all the previews ... and petting them? Just call me *green with envy*

    DublB ... yea for your blocks getting to CarrieM

    QNSue ... Yes, the bear makes butter! And behind the chair, there's a big oak barrel churn. It's kind of my rustic and heritage room, with a few other antiques. Your bears sound real special! The alpaca people had bears like yours at The Royal and I was SO tempted. It was SO soft and you just wanted to cuddle into it. What a special collection with so many "real" fur bears!
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    Oh Lordy do I love alpaca's. We have several alpaca farms around here. They have them at our fair, and I think they are so cute!
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    Lots of chatter going on, I have been busy for the past few days so missing in action. Will catch up tomorrow, it is almost midnight and I should be in bed
    Karen

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    DD, please show us some pics of your puppies! 20 below! WOW that's cold!

    I'm calling it a day, it's 11.10 pm here and I'm going to bed, read a little and try to sleep. CU all tomorrow!
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    I love the dog with his hat, here is what sits at the bottom of my steps. He is a bit cheeky.

    Have just finished another snuggle quilt, pretty happy with this one, all the blocks are made from left over bits of other projects. Now to get a few of my projects moving along. Finished another block for Out of the Darkness, I think I spent more time reverse sewing and going forward, it took me 2 days to get it done.

    My Jamestown Landing is booked in at the LQS for the 24th of this month, that is another one "almost" finished.

    I found instructions for a split 4 patch block on a blog so had to have a play, have 10 blocks made and another 10 cut, hope to get them made today. Does anyone have days when they just want to use up their fabric stash. I swear my stash just doesn't seem to reduce as much as I cut and sew and cut and sew.

    Anael I found a copy of the Quilters World with Asian Scrappy Road and I found a pack of Asian fabrics so might have to put that on my list to do. My list does groweth
    Karen

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    oops forgot the pics
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    Your quilt is lovely mirabelle! Nice soft colours! Did you do the quilting?

    That little guy is cheeky

    So you're showing us your Asian Scrappy Road this week? The fabric placement is the hardest part with no repeats in one block. That took me some time, but otherwise it's easy. I can't wait to see how yours turned out!

    No, I don't have the urge to sew up my stash as my stash is still small. You buy your fabrics in the US too?
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