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Thread: Stormy The Cow Pony - The Making of A Horse Portrait Quilt

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    I can never get the smilebox video to play....sad because I miss out on some good video's.

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    That was wonderful!

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    Thanks for posting that link. It was fun to watch.

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    Beautiful work!

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    Thanks for posting...very interesting to watch the quilt come to life.

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    Thanks Butterflywing for this fantastic video. I have the Stormy Pattern but have not gotten up the "Gumption" to do it yet - maybe after the new year. Your video got me all excited again to start on it. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!
    HAPPY NEW YEAR
    Kip

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    Cool! Interesting to see and hear what happens out on them cow camps, eh? <g> Thank you for finding this and sharing with us <wave>

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    I would love to be able to purchase the pattern for Stormy the Cow Pony. Would you be able to give me some info on how to do this.Thank You! My name is Barbara Musco at email
    walterrat@aol.com

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