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  1. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Super, thanks for sharing.
  2. Conartist1945's Avatar
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    Love it- would love to make one for myself.
  3. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Oh my, this is beautiful. And I just adore your personal touches for your sister. Your simple quilt just shines with all the love and meaning you poured into it. I hope your sister loves it. Your quilting is lovely.
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    I remember when I was a girl the lady next door did ironing. She would make up her starch in the sink and dipped the clothes in it and ring them out and roll them up and put them into a big bag place them in the ice box to chill and then ironed them. She had a glass bottle with a sprinkle like top that she used like a spray bottle of today to rewet the clothes as she ironed.
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    I remember when I was a girl the lady next door did ironing. She would make up her starch in the sink and dipped the clothes in it and ring them out and roll them up and put them into a big bag place them in the ice box to chill and then ironed them. She had a glass bottle with a sprinkle like top that she used like a spray bottle of today to rewet the clothes as she ironed.
  6. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Thank you sewblessed5, they are so much fun to make. And, after doing quite a bit of research, on how exactly to make them, very easy. Hope you join the Postcard Swap here on the QB. March 1st, the signups should be up.
  7. sewblessed5's Avatar
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    These are fabulous Judith! So beautiful and creative. You have inspired me to want to make fabric postcards too!
  8. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Thank you Granchris, You are absolutely right. I am trying to make good life changes. Thank you for you good advice. Simple but affective.
  9. Granchris's Avatar
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    Don't see it as a diet see it as a way of life. Ask yourself this question before you eat something, Does my body need this, if the answer is No, throw it away. Your life will be so much happier. Good luck and many blessings to you.
  10. SheriK's Avatar
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    I Love this piece. My father just passed away in December 2014 and he has sooooo many ties. My family would each want one of these. I would have to make several, but I know they would hang in my siblings homes.
  11. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Why thank you Judy. It's hard to do that. But, will definitely take that advice to heart. After all, I'm in it for the long haul. And, permanent weight loss!
  12. judy363905's Avatar
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    Sounds like you are commented .. Take it one day at a time ...the days go by quickly.

    Judy in Phx, AZ
  13. Judith1005's Avatar
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    I forgot to add the Photos. lol

    A through E

    F through I
  14. melmerr1's Avatar
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    I love it.. Just starting a tie quilt myself.....
  15. debsmith's Avatar
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    How do I get this pattern?
  16. Judith1005's Avatar
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    Thanks for taking the time to share this chart. This is awesome.
  17. cookiemonster's Avatar
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    I love scraps, love this quilt.. All colors work tog. Might try it!
  18. Alondra's Avatar
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    When you go to the site, move your cursor down about two inches (from the top), and there it is. I went right to it.
  19. Susanmleduc's Avatar
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    I'm the same way - I've looked at this several times. Just love it!
  20. kittiebug's Avatar
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    To have it quilted 110"x96" would be $211.00 Plus shipping to and from the quilter. Would you want it stitched over the embroidery ? or go around it.

    Diana
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