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Thread: Sign Up for October 2012 Halloween or Sender's Choice Doll Quilt Swap

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    Super Member jillnjo's Avatar
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    Aww... thanks! She's my little tomboy who is always outside and she loves her chickens.
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    God bless your GD. When I was little one of my jobs was to feed the chickens. I hated them. They'd peck at my little legs and flap around and make a horrid stink.
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    Growing up a suburban kid, I loved going to grandparent's or cousin's homes in the country to feed the cows, pick the corn and doing other "farm" type things but I have to agree with Krystyna - I didn't like the pecky chickens either. Oh, and geese are just plain mean!
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    Krystyna, you and I must be on the same page girlfriend...I too have been thinking "turkey" today...and then I see you've gone and made some turkey appliques...cute, cute!

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    Lucky ME.... I received such a Sweet Halloween Treat from IDQ. It's so Cute!
    Will post picture later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwquilts View Post
    Krystyna, you and I must be on the same page girlfriend...I too have been thinking "turkey" today...and then I see you've gone and made some turkey appliques...cute, cute!
    Yep! Got three done. One more to go then onto leaves and corn!
    Krystyna
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    BbEmerald, what a cute DQ! Wow! Great job!

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    rec'd a gorgeous dq from urgodschild2! i've taken pix and will post as soon as i'm awake! thank you. barb! i love it and all the sparkle! yours is done and hopefully i'll get it to the p.o. before it closes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dragonfly Nana View Post
    Growing up a suburban kid, I loved going to grandparent's or cousin's homes in the country to feed the cows, pick the corn and doing other "farm" type things but I have to agree with Krystyna - I didn't like the pecky chickens either. Oh, and geese are just plain mean!
    Geese! Yes, nasty. We kept some that served as watch dogs ... or I guess, watch geese. They were very protective.
    Krystyna
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    I am going to get started on Novembers soon. I love the pumpkin that is a very cute one and I sure would love to make one next year. My daughter would love it. As it is I am running to get the next month package of goodies for her set to mail Oct 28th. I also need 100 ornaments for a Christmas tree I am volunteering to get up in a senior home for their tree parade (lots of trees in the dining hall). its a low income home for them and its something they look forward to every year. HELP! its a good cause and I am THANKFUL I am not in one any longer. I had to spend two weeks this summer in one and it was not super fun. They are sure lonely. So that is my thankful thought. I have a lot of pay it forwards to do I think. boy.. a wall quilt based on thankful.. that is a good one.
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