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Thread: Quilting by the Pool

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    Junior Member kbishburg's Avatar
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    Quilting by the Pool

    Spent November in mexico but was able to finish a few gifts!
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    Wow, what a great place to get some sewng done!!!!
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    With 22" of the white stuff in our yard, your picture makes me feel very wistful.

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    I bet that was hard to take. Need any company next time?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SouthPStitches View Post
    With 22" of the white stuff in our yard, your picture makes me feel very wistful.
    We don't have white stuff, but I do have the floor heater going right beside me here in VA, and the picture doesn't make me wistful, it makes me mad!

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    Great place to quilt. Lucky you.

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    ARGHHHHHH! It was 8 degrees this morning when I went on my walk!
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    How fun! Sure looks warm!!!

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    Looking good........

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    I can only dream. We have had around 12 inches of snow on the ground since Christmas day!

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    Wonderful place to quilt - or just relax!

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    That looks sooo inviting......wonder what my neighbors would think if I got my chaise lounger, put it on my deck, and did a little hand piecing in my bathing suit.......while sitting on 6 inches of snow at 10 degrees f. You are so fortunate!

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    looks like you had some fun in the sun
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    Love it! Maybe the same thing mine think when I BBQ in the snow... I BBQ in all weather. Sewing in the sun in Mexico - nice
    Quote Originally Posted by Sandra in Minnesota View Post
    That looks sooo inviting......wonder what my neighbors would think if I got my chaise lounger, put it on my deck, and did a little hand piecing in my bathing suit.......while sitting on 6 inches of snow at 10 degrees f. You are so fortunate!
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    I could tell you were'nt in NJ either! Even in East Texas, it's been cold and rainy for the holiday season....but then it is December and January....include February in that and you have our winter months for the most part. Sometimes it's cold and sometimes it's not so cold and sometimes it's warm.
    Looks like you were enjoying your vacation in Mexico> Good for you!
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    Single digit temp's around here the last few days and snow on everything. Quilting here too! ha ha but not getting a tan while I do it!
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    How did you keep the sunscreen off the fabric?

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    really? really?...this is mean. LOL lucky dog, you. But I do hope it was fun. hehe
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    You look so relaxed and happy!!

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    Wow - I envy you that wonderful warmth! Looks like you had a blast there! Good for you!

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    How relaxing, especially since it is now 24 degrees here in St. Louis. Looks like you had a wonderful time.

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    I am very envious - it is colder than a witches *** here in my area...
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    Here in western Colorado (about 27 miles from the dessert) we don't usually have snow for Christmas but we did this year. But it is cold, cold, cold. It doesn't usually get this cold til Feb. I think we will have snow on the ground until spring.

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    Oh I can't wait for warmer weather! Its 15 degrees here, and there is something wrong with my furnace, got up this morning and it was 63 degrees in here. Burrrrrr!!

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    you sure do look comfortable

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