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Re: Looking Forward to the Move: Part One
My husband will be looking forward to the certification class on the longarm. He can't wait to get
i went thru west concord last week and thought i saw a 'moving sale' sign... rechecked it today and
Re: I never finish anythi...
A couple of years ago, my daughter gave me a pattern and a tote bag all cut out.i never finished it.
I'm definitely NOT the Queen, maybe a minor princess or duchess in UFO's. A few weeks ago, I was loo
This pillow made me laugh out loud! I am happy to hear about your move... no worries about parking
Loved your blog entry, reminded me that I am not alone! In the UFO category. Congrats on your weddi
I'd probably be in the running for Queen of the Unfinished Projects (though that's not saying I'd ac
Re: Laminate Allows You to Get Messy!
Oh, and also, we do not have an exact move-in date yet. The new space requires a build-out, which re
Patty, I'm going to email you about the colored bar. And thank you! We're excited, though, I'm sorry
I was wondering why there is a colred strip in the middle of each page.. On a psoitive note I love t
When customers come in and pick out fabrics for a quilt or talk about a project they are working on, we always tell them, "Be sure to come back and show it to us when you finish!" Those who do get showered with "Ooooo"s and "Ahhhhh"s, and a photo of their project on our Flickr page and potentially the blog! So, always bring your finished projects in--they are the highlights of our day!
Each month's Saturday Sampler session begins with show and tell. Quilters bring in projects at all different stages to show off, get accolades, and also get encouragement. Below are the Saturday Sampler quilts shown off at June's session. Three of them are completed versions of Skies over Paris, the 2011-2012 Saturday Sampler series. The first is the Spring quilt from the Four Seasons series. Aren't they stunning?
Other projects shown off at June's Saturday Sampler.
We often get sneak peeks of quilts in their many different stages. The quilts below are just about completed; all they need is the binding! We hope the quilters bring them back for complete photographing and storytelling when they are all done, because they need to be fully shared!
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