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Thread: Penny Haren's "Pieced Applique "... 1 block a week begins January 2011

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    I love that jt. - it has a more relaxed style than LBB.

    Four days at retreat sounds wonderful, especially the no cooking and cleaning side.

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    Just checking in to see if anyone has been here.

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    Hello, I just arrived home from taking a quick trip with my mother and aunt and brother to see my uncle for possibly the last time on this earth. We left Thursday and returned today and it was a very good trip in spite of the circumstances.
    Judith

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    Hi jt - Glad you had a good trip (sort of).

    Can you tell me what type of applique is used in your Quilting in the Garden book.

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    The Quilt the Garden book suggests needle turn applique. I learned needle turn many years ago and love it. At the first quilt retreat I attended I was shown a machine applique technique that I have used several times (the one I used for my PH blocks) and I do enjoy that technique, too. I do think I will do needle turn on this project, though.
    Judith

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    I've been having a bit of a look around for the book. I think it is a nice and relaxed looking garden theme.

    I prefer hand applique to machine but have been using freezer paper technique on the AOTH blocks. I like to have some hand work to do of an evening watching TV with DH. Mind you I have heaps of AOTH still to do.

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    I have seen several posts of different AOTH squares and I do admire them . . . . . I just haven't been bitten! I have enough projects started for now. My SIL and I were asked to go through my mother's quilting room and clear it out a year or so ago. We shared several little projects and I have some of my own so I don't lack things to do! I have completed some from time to time so there is progress!
    Judith

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    I have noticed your avatar often and never asked about it. Tell me about the adorable picture!
    Judith

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    I assume you are talking about my Moppet. She is a 13 year old Lhasa Apso/Maltese cross. Beautiful natured little girl. When we bought her and were deciding on a name my DH said that she looked just like a pet mop as she was so fluffy as a puppy, so she was named Moppet.

    She likes to lie on the couch with her chin on the armrest and watch whatever I am doing.

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    My DB and SIL have a maltese that loves me to pieces . . . . . because I have 3 yorkies and he always smells them on me! My SIL did explain to me that maltese were bred to be adoring lapdogs and Pancho certainly fits the bill! I am looking for pictures of our three yorkies.

    I didn't know the pictures would be sooooo BIG!
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