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Thread: Many things keeping me busy.....

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    Many things keeping me busy.....

    Sorry I havent been on here to often. SO many things going on here with all the kids and birthdays and family life that I havent been able to go on as much. Here are some of the things I've been making some quilting some other crafts
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    will post more soon

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    Beautiful work!

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    beside all this What do you do in your spare time..
    Love your variety of work..

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    It looks like you've been busy. I love the piece you are working on that looks like woven ribbons. All your projects are great.

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    You make a darling model for your work!

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    Oh, I love them!! I would love to make that first pic (the apron) for the girl that does my hair-she has been so sweet and has had some really troubling times of late, I though that would be a nice "pick-me-up" gift if I could make it for her. Would you mind sharing what pattern you used and where I could get it?? Thanks!

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    Great work!

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    cool

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    You're very versatile! Great projects.

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    You have been busy, love the quilt things, but love that Blue scarve. Thanks for sharing.
    learn each and every day,memories or play.

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    You are multi talented! Great projects. Love your apron
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    Wow, those are great!

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    It is nice to have different styles of projects to work on. You do awesome work!
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    Good for you. I especially like the Fair Isle hat.

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    Wow! You are one busy little bee! What is your WIP? I love it! Keep posting... please!
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    Love the variety of your items! Nice work!

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    Just wonderful, great job and thanks for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vanuatu Jill View Post
    Oh, I love them!! I would love to make that first pic (the apron) for the girl that does my hair-she has been so sweet and has had some really troubling times of late, I though that would be a nice "pick-me-up" gift if I could make it for her. Would you mind sharing what pattern you used and where I could get it?? Thanks!

    thank you, but I didn't use a pattern for this. It is just basically One large rectangle for the main piece which is lined. Then three squares sewn together and then lined for the pockets... which I then sewed down in various spaces to make larger and smaller pockets. Hope that helps

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    Quote Originally Posted by burchquilts View Post
    Wow! You are one busy little bee! What is your WIP? I love it! Keep posting... please!
    Thank you, the wip is a twin size bed quilt from Tula Pinks new book "Quilts From The House Of Tula Pink" You can buy the book at Barnes and Noble or off Tula's website which is http://www.tulapink.com

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    Thanks to you all for you nice comments

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrandyMcCoy View Post
    thank you, but I didn't use a pattern for this. It is just basically One large rectangle for the main piece which is lined. Then three squares sewn together and then lined for the pockets... which I then sewed down in various spaces to make larger and smaller pockets. Hope that helps
    thanks, Brandy! It does help. I can see it now that you described how you did it. I think I will give it a go and see how it comes out. Thanks again!

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    You ARE multi-talented! Your projects look great!

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    Thank you

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