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Tuesday, 06 July 2010

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chris

Hi Kathy, You sure do deserve a medal. I have one of those boys too, just have to love em! I've just finished a year of same dust,paint,sawn off bits of wood and tiles in every corner didn't get a medal either but I did get a fab new house from the old. Love love that Ink&Spindle tree.
Regards chris.

Rachael

Wow! Sarahs quilt is truly amazing! The longer you look the more you see! I love it!! Kathy, you're such an innovater, and now you're working on ways to quilt whilst sleeping! Yay!

amy

Lovely to see Sarah's quilt!! Yea!! Looks like a lot going on there as usual. Whew -- makes me tired. :-)

Em

Hi! Can you please tell me where I can get some of that tree fabric!? thanks :)

cardygirl

Glad you had a little "Kathy" time...teenage boys are one of life's mysteries...all you can do is let them know how much you love them! I love your "presents' quilt!

Amy (badskirt)

Oh! I love the first quilt top. It reminds me a bit of of Kumiko Fujita from Japan. It's so nice to see text on prints interspersed with colour. I also really like the tiny black pinwheels when you look at the negative space.

Thanks so much for sharing!

kate

Sarah's quilt looks sensational, worth all the time and effort.

Thanks so much for stopping by and commenting on the star doll quilt! I loved your stashbuster pattern, visually so striking.

Maree

LOL..Love the Piccie of you asleep...Priceless Kathy...am Loving Sarah's Quilt & the combo of the paper piecing with that Gorgeous Tree Fabric...hope we see the progress with that one...
cheers

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