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Thread: Trying to get back on the board after fustration subsides!

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    Trying to get back on the board after fustration subsides!

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    Oh I can't even IMAGINE how difficult those must have been, but I have to say, it is beautiful! Nothing I would ever have the nerve try anytime soon

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    I have been off the board for a while'cause I just find it to hard to follow how to and where to find track things i want to follow. Very sad about this but I am tring again. Just so everyone knows how really bad I am at this, I can't even figure out how to use facebook! Here is a little bit if springtime for everyone to enjoy. It worked!!!
    peace
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    I know a great many of the women on the board are/were having a hard time getting used to it, but once you do, it really isn't so bad. It's not the change that's bad, it's adjusting to it
    Love the little taste of spring you offered!

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    really beautiful! I love PP!
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    That is so very beautiful,I like the P/P.
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    Glad you are giving it another try. Don't give up. Ask any question you need to. We will all try to help.
    Love those robins. We had a migration of them early in the month. Hundreds and hundreds of them. They were eating the berries from the juniper trees in our yard. There were small grey birds traveling with them.
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    Just play around on the board That is what I did when they changed I havae gotten used to it now Any of us would be glad to answer your questions Go for it
    Regular at the forum

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    That is one fantastic PP attic windows quilt!! Is there a pattern? Love it!
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    That is awsome. What a wonderful job!!!!
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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