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Miss Lori, Miss Lori????? How much longer till we get to sign ups???? huh????
I received my SP package from reginalovesfabric last week ( but I put the wrong name. I put Lori ) Thank you reginalovesfabric, love it all. I 've been wanting to try a seam-fix seam ripper for a long time.
My oct. Sp will receive amino seam-fix ripper I got today. Can't wait for the sign ups!!!
Congrats to the two Grandma's I have a great-grandson due any day now... My youngest Grandchild is 21...LOL So looking forward to more great grand's Have 3 and the one on his way... Quiltnut4never guess we can always use one more seam ripper....Good idea that one in particular.. Gail is home from the hospital and still on the mend, serious surgery, but she is coming along...
Hearing happens when the ears and the brain team up, but listening happens with the ears of the heart.
I collect Angels and homemade ornaments
TY Rosemary, and I can't wait to see a pic of your great grandson!
"I collect wind chimes."
October signup is now up. Have 2 Dr. appts. today so fit it in early. I had to drop 979 keystrokes to make it fit ( another Quilting Board change.) In all the time I have posted the swap have never had to change it, other than the dates and then sometimes I didn't change all of them lol.
I came home yesterday to find a fantastic package waiting for me to open from Knitette. I was so excited to see all the goodies. Best of all was her letter describing Aberdeen and all the interesting facts. She included two half-yard cuts of beautiful floral fabric (I know how precious that was to her) and a wonderful piece of cloth with Scottish themes. I have a friend from Scotland and will be making potholders for her and me with that piece -- too special to cut up and want to highlite each and every picture! She sent some shortbread cookies and a special "biscuit", all of which arrived in one piece. My husband, who has Scot lineage a couple generations back and has learning to play the bagpipes on his "bucket list", just loved the letter and the travel brochures. The thread and tweezers found an immediate home in my sewing basket. She also made a really cute owl hotpad, which I really love; and she included the pattern!!! Also note the little bag of safety pin markers. You have no idea how much I needed them. Paper stickers just don't stick. Great idea. Thank you again for a very special treat.