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    I sure will without a doubt.
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    My row has left the coop and is on it's way to Babeyruth:-)

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    d- Who is trading in her fabric, rotary cutter and sewing machine for wood, table saw and paint brushes over the next couple of days to make appliance covers. Yeah me! Bye not-so-attractive toaster oven, stand mixer, coffee maker and microwave.
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    Well, just be that way then. You go play with that wood and we want to see some pictures of what it looks like when you are done.
    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    Hehehe.

    Just need to do something different for a while. But what I really think is I'm just trying not to acknowledge there is a monumental task that needs doing.

    I re-homed one of my treadle machines yesterday and that left a crater in my sewing room. So now I need to spend some time rearranging stuff. Deny, deny, deny. I am the Queen of Organization so this is killing me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuilterMomma View Post
    Well, just be that way then...
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    My row should have been long gone in the mail but it has not. I hope it will go out tomorrow. I forgot to put on the note not to attach the rows. Oh well. If you read this please do not attach my rows. LOL
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    Ladies,
    Ditto for me what Anna said- I too forgot to mention please do not join my rows.

    I will be send a pm to the person that is receiving my row.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annaquilts View Post
    My row should have been long gone in the mail but it has not. I hope it will go out tomorrow. I forgot to put on the note not to attach the rows. Oh well. If you read this please do not attach my rows. LOL
    My best is the least I can do.

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    Good Morning Ladies....blocks are flying to Washington! I'll be watching the mail...... peggy

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    You put wings on your blocks? Why didn't I think of that?
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    I thought it would be quicker than pony express...he he he! Washington is a long way from here. I hope you are not getting those storms we are hearing about. Today is 66 degrees in northwest ohio! Love it

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    Yep, the wind is very strong. My Dh had to go to Reno last week and was stranded there becuase flights could not fly out because of strong winds. He got home last night at 12:30 had to go to airport to get him at that hour. The skies are dark and ominous right now. We don't have any snow which is nice but have had lots of rain or our area which not the norm, but I will take it instead of the icy roads.
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    There are sent rows out there. Be sure to let your partner know that they have been received so there is peace in the postal service. This being the holiday season, one wonders where packages get left.

    Thank you in advance for letting each know when sent and received.
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    Is everyone receiving their rows? Peggy I have not gotten it in the mail yet unless is sitting there catching a cold today because it is trying to snow here. Please pm your partner or post on the thread.
    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    My row went out to whigrose a little while ago. Late but it went.
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    Thanks Anna, Whigrose will appreciate the update. I just do not want any lost little rows, they may become a disturbance to someone somewhere and not big enough to keep anyone covered.
    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    Hi Ruth! Got your package yesterday. Your row is really cool. I love the modern fabrics with a vintage twist. Can't wait to get started. Fabrics are gorgeous! Got to start looking through some of my books to get ideas. Have a great day! peggy

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    Hi QuilterMomma, It should be coming at anytime. No snow here yet, maybe Monday! Hubbys in Florida so I'm crying the blues in Ohio! Have a great day! peggy

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    Oh my gosh ladies, wait until you see all the detail Annaquilts put into her row. It is amazing! I keep looking at it and trying to decide what my favorite part is, the church and its windows, the little quilts on the clothesline or... Anna, great job.

    Anna- I am so excited to start on this. It's right up my alley. I love prim.

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    Aaahhh I am glad you like it. I think it was good there was a deadline. As you can see I kept adding. LOL It was totally different then I ever did and I really enjoyed it once I got going. I can't wait to work on everyones rows and have already put some possible fabrics aside for your and QM's row and have ideas for the others. This is my first row robin and sofar I really like it. Lets have fun ladies!
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    Having fun is the whole idea behind these. I am thrilled for the first row swap and then just wait till we get to the end and get to see the unvailing.
    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    Received my row from Peggizo last night. Had a concert to attend so did not notify till now. Sorry I made you wait 14 hours to tell you is here.
    Life is short, live it while you still can. QuilterMomma

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    Im glad you finally got mine. I was begining to wonder. I love Ruths row! modern vintage...it's going to be fun to work on. Everyone have a great day! peggy

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    Annaquilts,
    Did you want your rows joined, basted together, or left unattached?

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    Unattached will be fine. Oh could you add that to the info sheet I enclosed? Thanks!
    Does this mean you are already at that point? Do we get to see pictures. LOL I am not good at waiting.
    Anna Quilts

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    Annaquilts,
    You silly girl - you give me way too much credit thinking (or is it hoping) that I have your row done. Making the decision is the longest part of my process -remember how much I tormented over my machines and what I ended up with?

    Actually, once I decide between structures or stratum it shouldn't take me long to start and complete the row. Right now I'm torn between giving your row a base or creating the row with other types of buildings (nope, not telling you what I've drawn out). I have your row up on my wall and I keep feeling the need to ground it.

    I will be happy to jot down on your sheet that you would like your rows to remain unattached. Would you also like me to add that you would like to see a photo of all the rows as each row is completed?

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    Cool

    LOL I am super curious but if people want to torment me that is OK too. I think it would be fun though to post as we go and keep the list active and chattering. What is done normally? If you want to add a 3 in. finnished size strip in between you are welcome to. That is what I will most likely do for sashing. I plan to make the sashing scrappy. Maybe simple blocks or just piano keys made of all scraps. I just know I did not want a plain strip.

    I am still waiting on my row to come so I am glad to hear you are not done yet. LOL With Christmas and New Year in there I will not have much time if any to work on it till mid Jan. Yes, for me the time to think and design takes the longest too. I love that part of quilting.
    Last edited by Annaquilts; 12-17-2012 at 11:05 AM.
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