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Thread: Quilting inch by inch

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    Seems as though my time for quilting has been slowed down here of late... I have projects that are getting done inch by inch. Some of you seem to fly through projects... I am a slow one. Summer has a way of slowing me down.

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    beautiful home.. great garden AND quilting.. my kind of world !!

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    A few of my favorite things too... enjoying the pictures, thanks...

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    You have the best of all worlds :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardner
    A few of my favorite things too... enjoying the pictures, thanks...
    ditto

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    Your yardwork and garden are soooo pretty! Inch by inch works great!

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    Beautiful flowers-mine are all drying up:(. Your quilts will wait for you:)!

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    Reminds me of visiting my relatives in the south. How sweet.

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    I thought that was what summer is all about.We cant grow the garden in the snow but we can quilt. Love your garden. We can sit down and stich after the canning along with harvest is done. :thumbup: :thumbup:Looks like you are already ahead of the game.

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    Would you be interested in coming to my house and doing my flower beds for me??? I'm allergic and your flowers are so beautiful! I'll trade you LA quilting for it!!!!!

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    Your yard is too pretty to be inside sewing. Save the sewing for nights, nasty days, and winter. Enjoy that great yard while you can. Maybe a hand project for the front porch?

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    Beautiful flowers. Not a good year for flowers here in hot Kansas.

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    Lovely! Cold winter is perfect for quilting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Farm Quilter
    Would you be interested in coming to my house and doing my flower beds for me??? I'm allergic and your flowers are so beautiful! I'll trade you LA quilting for it!!!!!
    I would love too...but....you are a little far away.

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    Quote Originally Posted by colleen53
    beautiful home.. great garden AND quilting.. my kind of world !!
    i agree, absolutely beautiful.

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    Hey neighbor, your flower beds are beautiful and your quilt projects will not get up and run away. Enjoy each of them as you have time.

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    Beautiful yard and garden. Enjoy it, winter gets here soon enough.

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    very pretty yes summer has a way of making us quilt inch by inch

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    Lovely home, garden and quilting studio!

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    What fun you are having!! I love to garden and often use colors I find there to influence my color selections. I have to hang out inside in the middle of the day, just hot to do anything but quilt and maybe clean, maybe...

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    [quote=colleen53]beautiful home.. great garden AND quilting.. my kind of wback torld !![/quot
    And in VA. I spent alot of young years in and out of VA. My sister went to college in Farmville, then married and raised her family there. My husband and our family camped for 20 years in Stanton, in our secret campground even took our DGK back to see the camping spot and camped there with them....lots of good memories there.....

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    Beautiful gardens and quilts. What is the name of the big star quilt on the wall to the left. It takes me a while to whip out a project too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QUILTNMO
    very pretty yes summer has a way of making us quilt inch by inch
    Today, making sauerkraut is on the to-do-list.

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    Your home is lovely, your garden immaculate, and your quilting delightful. Makes me want to come visit!

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    I have a hard time staying in when the weather is perfect for gardening. Of course, here in Texas, we haven't had that since April...just before the drought and heat wave. Your yard is just gorgeous and looks like you are in a wonderfully peaceful area! Enjoy! Thanks for sharing!

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