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    Super Member LovingIzabella's Avatar
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    I know Tam...Moo is looking for a side swap if you are interested.
    I think I am already swimming in deep waters with a large and small lol. I just never know when to say no..ugh! I need a support group or is it a de-support group I need? :-P
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    Cutting, ironing, cutting, washing . . . forgetting to bring the list home from work. It appears that I'm a "little" behind.

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    My fabric will go out next week, I have not purchased yet, will purchase at our quilt show this weekend. 60 vendors!!! now you see why I waited. I will be using only light neutral tones, which are off white, cream, beige, tone on tone, print on print , and white on beige. I prefer no solids ,however a few will be ok, if it is from your stash,for this will be the only colors in the blocks. I have never chose this palate before, but have seen a few quilts like this, and decided upon it. thanks to all of you , cuppy

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    oooh a beige on beige.. I can do that. interesting does the contrast come out enough to determine hey that is an ohio star or a log cabin? havent seen one of those.

    black on black.. ok for those without notes what did you want put with yours?

    ok for dad: he likes what type blocks the most? hum an applique cat? I am scared of doing the applique as well how well they hold up in the wash.. like them for wall hangings but worry even with fusing you get ..frays at the edges. then wont dad be mad about that> lol everyone of us loved making your blocks for him to enjoy. It was an absolute pleasure to know he was sitting there waiting on go for them to come in

    APRIL YOUR PLAYING!!! great fabrics. scared me a bit that orange one thinking holly heck what do put with that! so I am sure your envelope to me will be stuffed with that one. my luck. This is the cool thing about this swap. You work with fabrics you might never have used otherwise and it pushes me to think differently. And almost always it was successful. Seeing fabric in a new light. Kinda like.. going to the fabric store where you go oh that is pretty oh that is cool oh that is.. but we buy x fabrics instead. Well here.. we get to fabric store all sorts of things and the end results are amazing.
    Linda
    Here today... why what a lucky bunch we are.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisabrat View Post

    ok for dad: he likes what type blocks the most? hum an applique cat? I am scared of doing the applique as well how well they hold up in the wash.. like them for wall hangings but worry even with fusing you get ..frays at the edges. then wont dad be mad about that> lol everyone of us loved making your blocks for him to enjoy. It was an absolute pleasure to know he was sitting there waiting on go for them to come in

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    He likes all the blocks... I've done several applique cats and went around the edges several times so I don't think that is a problem. This quilt won't end up washed very often so it will be tenderly cared for with him.
    Howdies from Possum Trot (yes it does exist)
    Boomerang 9 - Pacific blocks -- peek if you want to
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ml#post5857779

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elisabrat View Post
    oooh a beige on beige.. I can do that. interesting does the contrast come out enough to determine hey that is an ohio star or a log cabin? havent seen one of those.

    black on black.. ok for those without notes what did you want put with yours?

    ok for dad: he likes what type blocks the most? hum an applique cat? I am scared of doing the applique as well how well they hold up in the wash.. like them for wall hangings but worry even with fusing you get ..frays at the edges. then wont dad be mad about that> lol everyone of us loved making your blocks for him to enjoy. It was an absolute pleasure to know he was sitting there waiting on go for them to come in

    APRIL YOUR PLAYING!!! great fabrics. scared me a bit that orange one thinking holly heck what do put with that! so I am sure your envelope to me will be stuffed with that one. my luck. This is the cool thing about this swap. You work with fabrics you might never have used otherwise and it pushes me to think differently. And almost always it was successful. Seeing fabric in a new light. Kinda like.. going to the fabric store where you go oh that is pretty oh that is cool oh that is.. but we buy x fabrics instead. Well here.. we get to fabric store all sorts of things and the end results are amazing.
    Yes I am. Since I have already been certified might as well prove it right? :P
    I think I will go home this evening and stuff your envelope with the orange so I do not forget lmao It is actually a beautiful print in person but I only have two yards of it so I think it would be great for my swap friends to help me out
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    Hi everyone....I will get my fabicss ready to go out this weekend and in the mail Moday. Excited to be back in another boom!!!!!

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    peaking in from work....shhhh... don't tell anyone

    I haven't had a problem inthe past with the mail merge but have with this one. it's the 1st time I'm trying on my new laptop so I'm sure it's me! I had 7 left over labels from Boom 8 that I matched up and the rest is going to be hand written will take me a little longer to get out.

    so glad to see more internationals playing this round

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    Quote Originally Posted by TwinRiverFarm View Post
    Marcialee, how did that gorgeous fabric you used for the last boom come out?? We all wanted to keep it! I think it was to become a wedding gift?? Pictures!! I am working on putting together the Boom 8 blocks this week, hope to figure out photos so I can share them with you all. My f8's should go out today or tomorrow. Does anyone know if it is possible to attatch a copy of the merged labels list to an e-mail? I could send it to anyone who can't get it to work correctly. Listen to me, I sound so confident now that I did one little tech thing successfully! I probably won't get e-mail to work!
    I haven't worked on the quilt yet as I am so behind on stuff. It is for my nieces wedding and I think it will be beautiful. I have a hard time figuring out how to finish stuff off. I don't trust my judgement. I can get any pictures to post on here. I got a new computer (gateway, exp 8 and don't know how to use it).
    Marcialee

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    ok ladies i mailed out all my fabric today so be on the lookout!!!

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