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April 11, 2011


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Caroll D

Can't wait to see how it comes out. I'm still struggling with mine.


way cool


I think you and I worked on the same project ;). I also tried to get some binding sewn on for orders and upcoming reviews along with several projects. Then of course there is this "move" thing - oh my! Happy Monday!


Can't wait to see what you're doing. Ahem -- that's quite a pile of leftover batiks you have, there!


I agree with Shelly! That's quite a pile of batiks you've got there!

I'm still thinking about my block. I did a test for it Saturday but my P. was "helping" me by ironing a bunch of scraps that I really didn't want ironed. But he was having so much fun doing it and wasn't bugging me to watch TV or play computer games, so I let him. Unfortunately he talks nonstop, so I couldn't concentrate on anything. Glad he is in school for a few more weeks!!


I agree with Shelly and Lynn about that pile but you wouldn't have to worry about that stack if it was out-of-sight. You know, like in Waupun! I finished tying a quilt that Lucas wants and have two sides pinned to sew and a wall hanging edges pinned to sew and a noggin quilt ready to piece.


I love your batiks! They are perfect for your project. This is such a creative idea. Can't wait to see it.
I didn't do any sewing this weekend. We went to Callaway Gardens in Georgia and saw all the beautiful azaleas! I then came home and wanted to work in my yard!!


Can't wait to see what you are up to!! :-) batiks are really gorgeous. I love the movement in the fabric!


Great pile of batiks you have there. Love those colors. Wonder what the finished project will look like.......

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