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Saturday, 20 June 2009

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Rita

Thanks for sharing some of this wonderful quilty work! Love the use of the solid fabrics and the wheels in particular. You are surrounded by some amazing talent!

Rita

Maree .W

Such Wonderful work going on...I'm Green with Envy.!
TFS.
cheers

Cathy

Just stunning quilts...how fun to watch the design process at work. I hope your tree survives...what is that magnificent red tree behind it, just gorgeous?!Have you recovered from the quilt show yet?!!! xo

Carol

Love the zig zag! BTW - one good thing for the tree is to make sure the base or flare (where it naturally goes out towards the roots) is not covered in dirt or mulch. I'm studying to be an arborist and this was a good tip I didn't know before!

Melanie

Did I see you throw that bundle to Cath just before the show ended on Sunday? Amazing to see it come to life in that way!

Will look forward to seeing how the tree goes ... or grows ....

Mimi

Forget the zig zag, I want to comment on the tree.... it is looking a tad limp..... have you fed the roots? We use sea weed to get the roots stimulated and growing..... not the rest of the tree just the roots.... after all it is the roots that are going to have to do the first "work" to grow the tree..... seaweed with fish emulsion feeds all the tree and is not good at this point,,,,,, just want to feed the roots.... back to my binding..... don't you just love bindings? almost FINISHED

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I'm happy I found this blog ! It's very good and thank you for sharing it !

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