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Bernina 640, Singer 201-3, Singer Centennial 15-91, Tin Lizzie 26" long arm
Oh my, I thought this thread was finished so I stopped looking and you gals added 2 more pages.
I'm actually a very quiet neighbor. AND I DON'T mean the kind of neigbor who makes the evening news because she did something terrible. The kind where all the neighbors say: "I am shocked - she was so quiet. We never saw her. She always kept to herself." lol I stay out of the neighbors' business but I am there when help is needed. That's the way country living should work in my mind.
Someone mentioned that I must like Sue. Honestly, I don't mind her but I that's not quite like liking (well that was good English, huh?). Mixing the good with the bad just would not work since I have a title for the quilt: "The Chronicles of Sunbonnet Sue's Nightmares"
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LOL, Mad, for some reason, I just can't picture your neighbors ever saying "why, she was so quiet and seemed shy, why I can't even imagine her doing something like that"...of course where I live, that would be followed with "bless her heart" in a sugary sweet southern accent. Nope...you don't fit that bill! LOL!
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Thank you for posting these blocks. I had been waiting to see them.
Iota keep watching this post. I have never seen these before. Hilarious!
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Oh my, how dismal
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You just made my day. I laughed so hard that I wet myself. Love, Love, Love these sick Sunbonnet Sue Quilt Blocks. Never liked the traditional blocks, but these are just plain, sick, twisted, and right down my alley.
Pay no attention to the comments from the stiffs that don't like them. They're so uptight you probably couldn't drive a needle up their butt with a sledge hammer. Our lives have become so hard and complicated now a days that we need to loosen up a little now and then, and you have done just that.
Keep up the good work and let me know what "Home" you have been committed to and I'll bring my machine and join you!
Poor Sue!!!! Great job on the applique!
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You are so mean!!!!!! ( LOL)