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Thread: Welcome Aboard the Mystery Quilt Train - Never Too Late to Join the Ride!

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    If you like French Onion Soup & Paninni sandwiches, bestest around...In the years I've eaten there, haven't eaten anything that wasn't good..

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    Irishrose, that is gorgeous, love the colors in it. I am ready to put (I think) another border on mine, have just had other things in the way. Will post when finished..

    Quote Originally Posted by irishrose View Post
    I'm ready to jump back on the train. I made lemon cheesecake bars today so I can bring some along.

    Don't throw stones at me. I scrapped the gorgeous purple fabric. I just couldn't cut it when I didn't know the finished product. If I could get more, I wouldn't have minded, but I emptied the bolt so no cuts until I decide what it will be feutured in. I replaced it with the batik, which I don't like, but it did the job. My oldest daughter does like so it will become a wallhanging above the daybed in her sewing room. She burned out a year ago so needs a lot of these little things. The swatch to the side is the start of a tipped bricks border because has to finish at 40".

    Thank you, Judy, from another Judy for doing this. It has been fun even though I didn't keep up and didn't get to play as much as IAttachment 333626 would have liked. The dress that used up my time has been mailed, so I'm ready for the next one!

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    Irish, it's beautiful, turned out great.

    And to add my two cents -- Panera sound so much like our Paradise Bakery - sandwiches, paninis, marvelous salads, terrific soups. I googled Panera and found there are 4 in Henderson NV and 1 in Palm Desert -- both places about 250 miles from me. So I guess no Panera for me unless I stop on my way to LA next visit to my daughter.
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    Irishrose your timing is perfect.... Wednesday morning the wheels start rolling

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    Irishrose, your mystery turned out absolutely gorgeous.

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    It's okay, paintme judy, we'll bring enough bagels for everyone. The different fruit butters will go well with them! And applesauce...we can't forget that. It would be great if something shubarb showed up, also. Oh my, I guess it's time for a snack! Looking forward to Wednesday...time to start another project!

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    OK, folks, stop with the Panera stuff! I'm drooling all over my keyboard thinking about the asiago chees bagel with hazelnut cream cheese! I'm on weight watchers and NOTHING they have is WW friendly! So don't eat salad thinking you're being 'good', just eat them because they are good.

    Panera is less than 5 miles from my house for fortunately I don't travel in that direction very often!

    Paint me judy I glad your reveal is on Saturday a.m. this time. That way I won't feel so behind or envious because I'm at work and can't start when everyone else does!

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    Irishrose, I think your mystery came out gorgeous!!

    Can't wait for tomorrow's fabric requirements...even with all my other projects in the works, including making some clothes for grandkiddos' birthdays!!
    Karen, aka yayaquilts (yaya-Greek for grandma to 5 beautiful granbabies, 2 girls & 3 boys)
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    I think this says it all .......
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nnjkb4q6FKU

    See you then
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    Quote Originally Posted by IBQLTN View Post
    OK, folks, stop with the Panera stuff! I'm drooling all over my keyboard thinking about the asiago chees bagel with hazelnut cream cheese! I'm on weight watchers and NOTHING they have is WW friendly! So don't eat salad thinking you're being 'good', just eat them because they are good.

    Panera is less than 5 miles from my house for fortunately I don't travel in that direction very often!

    Paint me judy I glad your reveal is on Saturday a.m. this time. That way I won't feel so behind or envious because I'm at work and can't start when everyone else does!
    Yup, that's my favorite bagel too.

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