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    Just sent my PM, I'm in again. Love this swap

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    I'm kinda thinking I'm going to sit this one out. Tooooo much going on. But I'll visit!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krystyna View Post
    I'm kinda thinking I'm going to sit this one out. Tooooo much going on. But I'll visit!
    oh yeah....that will happen hahahahah
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    I'm in again, finally got my info sent.
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    Glad I'm back home. Had a wonderful time in NYC last week with my brother and family. Went to the City Quilter, the only quilt store in NYC that I know of. Bought some fat quarters of NYC themed fabric, a batik and a pattern. T hen we walked to 34th st. big mistake, lots of shopping there, then to 42nd Times Square, HUGE mistake! lol! I had fun though, we also visited the 9/11 memorial site. That was very sad with all of the l ives lost on such a tragic day in history. I did take photos of all the area and the new Twin Towers is going to look beautiful. Glad I'm in the Sept. SP swap, love these swaps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltnut4ever View Post
    Glad I'm back home. Had a wonderful time in NYC last week with my brother and family. Went to the City Quilter, the only quilt store in NYC that I know of. Bought some fat quarters of NYC themed fabric, a batik and a pattern. T hen we walked to 34th st. big mistake, lots of shopping there, then to 42nd Times Square, HUGE mistake! lol! I had fun though, we also visited the 9/11 memorial site. That was very sad with all of the l ives lost on such a tragic day in history. I did take photos of all the area and the new Twin Towers is going to look beautiful. Glad I'm in the Sept. SP swap, love these swaps!
    I work in the Chrysler Building should have stopped by to say hello I have been to the City Quilter once. It is a nice shop although I love the quaint country shops better. I also have the fabric with the subway map on it, but I haven't made anything with it. What do you plan on making with your NYC fabric? Maybe I will pull it out and figure out what to do with it. Glad you enjoyed your trip to NYC. I haven't seen the 911 memorial yet. Not sure if I am ready for that but I have seen pics and it is beautiful! Would love to see pics of your visit!
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    Beeboop, had I known you worked in the Chrysler building I would have definitely took the time to meet you! The 9/11 memorial was nice, they are still working on the museum. It was my second time at the city quilter. They have expanded there shop a lot and have beautiful batiks, but being NYC prices they were very sky high..so I only bought 1/2 yard of one batik. I have fat quarters from my first visit of nyc fabric and this time they had different ones. Here's a link to a scrappy bag that I have made so many times. I made one for myself a while back for work and it is so handy! http://www.modabakeshop.com/2011/04/...arm-pouch.html it is easy to make and all you need are 7 5" squares and two fat quarters plus a 9" zipper and fusible interfacing. Some of my secret pals have received them as part of their gifts but they are so fast to make and they make great gifts! So I'll be using my fat quarters from nyc to make myself another bag for work so that I can interchange. I will try to upload the pics but my guy needs the puter now so I'll this week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brenda21 View Post
    oh yeah....that will happen hahahahah
    You don't think I'll visit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beeboop71 View Post
    I work in the Chrysler Building should have stopped by to say hello
    I didn't know you worked there either! I love that building and one Halloween, long, long ago I spent the night dancing with someone dressed up as the Chrysler Building! I can actually see it from the bay side of our island -- can you see me? I'm waving!
    Krystyna
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