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Thread: My Mad Murder Spree - Killing Sunbonnet Sue

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    I so agree...I have been getting a good chuckle from this thread...my hubby had to come over to find out why I have been laughing so hard....
    Quote Originally Posted by Jan in VA View Post
    Now I don't know which is funnier...Martina's blocks or the responders to this thread!
    (One does have to wonder why some of them are still reading this topic which is "so offensive.")
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    Quote Originally Posted by Luv Quilts and Cats View Post
    Sorry, getting carried away here....
    OH NO! I AM a bad influence. lol I know - the possibilities are really endless.
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    Keeping with the popular ways to die lately, Attacked by Zombies, drained by a vampire Overall Sam, mauled by a werewolf.
    Got fabric?

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    Quote Originally Posted by justflyingin View Post
    This is Sunbonnet Sue. She always hides her face. That is just the way the pattern is.
    And that, I must add is the creepiest part of her in my opinion.

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    Mad...I absolutely LOVE each and every one of these!!!!!

    In my humble opinion, comparing any quilter to a murderess is outrageous! I feel that if someone sees "murder spree" in the title of a page and even remotely feel that they may be offended they should not click on that subject.

    For instance...if someone really dislikes batiks, that is no reason to put in print that someone feels that someone elses work is the worst that they have ever seen. To each his own and I'm LOVING yours Mad!!!! Please keep up with this and I for one can't wait to see the finished project!!!!

    By the way...what a great conversation piece for your room!!!!
    On the lips and in the eyes of children.... Partial line from the movie "the crow" with Brandon Lee.

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    I am so enjoying this thread....Now MsMadQuilter...never mind the Sock-Monkey or Hello Kitty....what about that demure Crinoline Lady......surely she deserves a place in your "Gallery Macabre"

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    very imaginitive

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    MadQuilter I just love your blocks. As for Sitting Pretty, Chislett, sewbizgirl, josie boss, piecNpat, Gee Gee, plezzzzzzzzz . I know some members of our church who think they are better than others. Hypocrates I call them. And Country1 look at the picture posted near your name. My greatgrand child would have nightmares if I showed it to her.

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    Quote Originally Posted by earthwalker View Post
    what about that demure Crinoline Lady
    I'm afraid I have not met her.

    Quote Originally Posted by memereof8 View Post
    MadQuilter I just love your blocks. As for .....
    I appreciate your insight. Still, I really don't want this thread to get closed because we resorted to namecalling and personal attacks. Let's just enjoy the cameraderie and leave the nay-sayers to say nay. I have no problem with them voicing their opionion and as you could see in previous answers, I gladly talk turkey with anyone who crosses the line.
    Last edited by MadQuilter; 03-06-2013 at 07:41 PM.
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    Mad, I love them all. The embellishments you are adding really add to the overall look. I can hardly wait to see it finished. We will have to have that meet and greet in the center of the state and you can bring this as your show and tell. Well we don't want to wait a long time to get together, we may just have to view the blocks.

    I know these blocks helped you during a rough patch. It was a great swap and we all enjoyed the results very much. Glad you are bringing it "back to life" (pun intended).

    My DGD is a tomboy and never liked dresses or cute things. She is 9 and mixes all kinds of colors and prints together when she quilts with me and in her personal wardrobe. She gets a big chuckle out of seeing these blocks. And she doesn't get nightmares from them at all. After all, they aren't any worse than most cartoons are. Remember Tom and Jerry? Or Wiley Coyote? Elmer Fudd and Bugs Bunny?

    I recall my mom telling us the Boogie Man would get us at night if we got out of bed for anything. There were 4 of us kids and we all grew up just fine. Have you thought of a closet monster getting her? It could be hiding in all your stash.

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