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Thread: I just made a wonderful discovery

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    Going to have to make a trip. Lebanon is not that far from here - oh maybe 60 miles or so. Looks like they have really great stuff.

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    Just discovered that I have the Meow kit, but haven't had time to put it together yet. Will have to get that on my priotry list with the other 15 or 20!!

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    That Meow kit is wonderful. I hope they still have it by the time I have enough $$ to get it. There are a couple of others that I would like also. So many things to do, so little time to do them. Course of I would get off this computer, that would free up loads of it, lol.

    I will not charge, I will not charge, I will not......

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    Love the Japanese Garden one, its on my to do list.

    I have made three of these kits and they are great.

    Elle

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    They will be here in Houston for The Quilt Show in November. Alright!

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    Quote Originally Posted by madamekelly
    There is a company called 'Whims" that I love to drool over their quilt kits (All watercolor, precut). They have taken watercolor quilts to new places. Imagine my surprise, when I finally paid attention to the company address, when I realized they are here in town! Good thing money is tight..........No wait! I have a charge card! Just kidding! :D
    Thanks!This is in the next town over from me,boy am I in trouble!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Just came back from the NW Quilters show in Portland, Oregon and they were there. Had the Meow Kit there along with a lot of others. I bought the 2" water color grid to put mine together. You lay it out on this grid then press it, then sew 1/4" seams one way, the the other way at it is done - no raw edges on the back and no trimming. I had seen it done before and it will sure make it easier to put together! May get it done sooner than I thought I would.

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    I've wanted to do a watercolor quilt for a long time, I don't make table runners or wall hangings, they do have some pretty one though.

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    Great thing to find!

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    Thanks for the site!! I like their kits - will have to add it to the list! :)

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