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Thread: Where the chicken quilts come to roost!

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    I haven't forgotten this thread...life been getting in the way, but I have my bundle waiting...and I promised somebody on here, they would see, soon :wink:

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    Those chickies are sooooooo cute!!! Good job ladies!

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    I love your chickem quilts. just last night I ordered the pattern Chicken for Dinner. Can't wait to get started. So glad we have a place for our chickens to roost.

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    I got side tracked momentarily on another project, then I have the 2 IRR centers that I have to complete in the next few weeks...then I'll be back to my chickens!!

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    I love you chicken quilt. That looks like alot of work.
    Judy in Ohio

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    That quilt is just plain FUN!

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    OMGsh!! Your chicken quilts are all fantastic! I love, love, love chickens, but I have never done applique so I'm afraid a chicken quilt will be too ambitious for me.
    I do, however, have chicken plates and coffee mugs; chicken photos on the kitchen walls; a chicken water pitcher; little ceramic chickens and 2 life sized pottery chickens AND I just finished making this stepping stone chicken....

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    Hmm.. another try...
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    Wow, that's a LOT of chickens! Now I'm hungry, lol! :mrgreen:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    Wow, that's a LOT of chickens! Now I'm hungry, lol! :mrgreen:
    me too, LOL! :D

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    I got four blocks to sew down and mail, then a BOM waiting, two hurry uppers, one is a w. h, and the other a lap...then, I can jump on a chicken....uh, jump on chicken quilt...hee hee hee.
    (course for little ol' me, a chicken is as big as a horse :wink: )

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    And I haven't forgotten about my stained glass rooster... just had other stuff on the go, but I'll get to him soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    And I haven't forgotten about my stained glass rooster... just had other stuff on the go, but I'll get to him soon!
    ER-ER-ER-ER-ERRRR!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :wink:

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