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Thread: Doll Quilt Swap #49 September 2013 - TRICK OR TREAT ! Sign up now!

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    Super Member kwiltkrazy's Avatar
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    I know, Qkrazy, my son thought I made it, and asked if he could have this one,

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    Boo

    My partner kittyannart has received the doll quilt I made and sent - I had troubles with my machine and it needed repairs before I could finish - sorry it was late.
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    Be good to yourself - do one thing each day that makes you smile.

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    wow dabbler, that is really neat. Worth waiting for, for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dabbler312 View Post
    My partner kittyannart has received the doll quilt I made and sent - I had troubles with my machine and it needed repairs before I could finish - sorry it was late.
    And I LOVE it!! Just got home from work and my hubs had it laying on the counter for me to open! It is so awesome, thank you thank you thank you - beautiful sewing!! While Kristine's machine was out of commission so was one of my fingers! I smashed my right hand index finger while moving some furniture, thought it was just bruised but a few days later I decided to go to the local MedCare and found I'd torn a tendon & had a surface fracture to the bone below the first joint! Geez, I really know how to smash a finger. I had gotten as far as cutting the binding for the DQ before the finger incident, so I am very late on sending my DQ. I got the the splint off two days ago and I am hoping to make progress this weekend!
    Happy Seams to you, until we meet again!
    Ani

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    dabbler that is too cute
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    Hopefully everyone has received there dq from their partner. if you have not and are not in contact with them, please send me a pm.
    Lisa B in NC
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    I have not yet received but I told omacookie to take her time. I really am
    not in a rush. I KNOW how hard it is to lose a parent (in my case both of
    them in 57 days apart).

    I MAINLY just want Charlene to take the time she NEEDS without having
    to rush to complete my dq.

    Charlene I HOPE you are doing better.

    Many QUILTY HUGS to you (and everyone on in the swap).

    Louise
    Louise - Ya-ya to Zachary April 13 2015. I collect mugs from the U.S. and around the world. Also collect handmade pincushions, sewing/quilting themed fabrics, and fabric in general.

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    Meeeeeow - boooooo - eeeeeek

    Spooktacular Greetings fellow quilters - I received the nicest spooky doll quilt in the mail last Thursday or Friday; I've been super busy with other life commitments that this is the first chance I had to post a photo; Thank you kittyannart for such a wonderful doll quilt - it's perfect for our house at Halloween. Ani also included a fun stretchy bracelet and a candy-corn jar block which has given me inspiration for other food fabrics out there. Thanks again Ani - it's a great doll quilt and thank you for the pattern lead.
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    check out the cats hiding in the pumpkins - forgot to mention the second photo is the back of the doll quilt from kittyannart
    Be good to yourself - do one thing each day that makes you smile.

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    Really spook-tacular quilt! Like the candy corn block too!

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    OMG- that cat quilt is too adorable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klgls View Post
    Really spook-tacular quilt! Like the candy corn block too!
    DITTO klgls!
    Lisa B in NC
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    Hi all

    I've not sent many posts, due mainly to not being able to type well without use of my index finger, however it is to the point now that I can type - but gently, very gently! :0)

    I had so much fun with this swap, hadn't done one in eons. I wish I'd been able to join the candle swap but thought my finger needed a break and so hope to do the next one. I have thoroughly enjoyed all the creative DQs that have been posted!

    I wanted to post the links for the series of blocks that I used one of to make my Trick DQ, the quilter also did a Christmas series, all cat related but if you're artistic you could change the cat to a dog I'd suppose.

    Here they are:
    There are 9 blocks for each for the Halloween & christmas series. (I added the pumpkin to my DQ - can't have a Halloween quilt with no pumpkin!): http://peckspieces.blogspot.com/2012...ay-begins.html

    Christmas: http://peckspieces.blogspot.com/2013...ay-begins.html

    Hope everyone has a bootific Halloween! >^..^<
    KittyAnnArt
    Happy Seams to you, until we meet again!
    Ani

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    omacookie & I were partners for the September DQ swap.

    This is what she sent to me. I love this "treat" dq she made for me.
    PLUS she also sent me lots of extra goodies, 2 quilting books, some
    fabrics, also some pattern pieces, Mardi Gras cups and beads.

    LOVE it all thank you Charlene.


    Louise




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    Louise - Ya-ya to Zachary April 13 2015. I collect mugs from the U.S. and around the world. Also collect handmade pincushions, sewing/quilting themed fabrics, and fabric in general.

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