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Dotcomdtcm- Love the Pie Shop... Looks like a wonderful place to visit. Im sure the train should make a lengthy stop there so we can all fill up on pie. Thank you for sharing the pictures. I love visiting places like your pie shop. I also am fond of your pine cone fabric.
Marytoddliz - Made some homemade chicken soup for you and I have a wonderful bag of deliciously juicy and sweet Valencia oranges to share. Keep feeling better.
JeanieG - Love you blue fabrics the floral one has caught my eye several times when shopping but has yet to make it into my stash.
Waiting for Judys' input on my final selections but Im thinking the second set everyone likes is the winner, but I still feel like something is missing. Im keep feeling like the E and F should be a solid blue and the white and then the ab and cd prints.. ???? IDK. Hmmm
Have an awesome day!
Oh Christine - those look beautiful together! Great choice of fabrics!
"You have enough quilts made when your soul is filled, your creativity satisfied and your fingers just won't work anymore."
So I'd like to jump on board with all you fun folks! Hope you still have room! LoL!! As the racing season here in the Midwest/Gt Lakes area is ending this weekend I will be free to sit in front of my machine and sew till my hearts content - well at least until spring!! As I have never done a mystery quilt I thought I would give it a try - but I told myself I had to go to my fabric collection and make a withdrawal... so here are two options that I came up with.... what do you think?
Pretty fabric Gretchen, I'm partial to the 1st one, I love the gold with your floral. Either way very nice, should be beautiful.
Blocks sent boom water http://www.quiltingboard.com/members...44-albums.html
Blocks received http://www.quiltingboard.com/members...44-albums.html
Batik blocks swap http://www.quiltingboard.com/members...44-albums.html
I like the first one best.....beautiful fabrics, Gretchen
and...................welcome aboard ! !
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