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October 26, 2010


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I can see why you don't want to open them up. What a pretty view from the top! I'd have to set it out where I could just see it every time I walk thru the room-like flowers on the counter. Windy here too all SE WI and tornado warnings.

Gina Smith

Gorgeous fabrics. I love the colours when viewed from the top

Love and hugs Gina xxx

Maggie Szafranski

Those are gorgeous! Don't let Sweet Pea out without rocks in her pockets! Don't want her to get blown away!


What yummy colors!!! How fun for Sweet Pea to have school canceled-even though it makes it harder for mommy and daddy ;-) Thanks for being patient with me, I usually get orders out QUICKLY but with Hayden sick and hubby gone, haven't had as much time as I usually do. Will get it to you soon!


We had wind and snow yesterday, but school went on as usual.

I know what you mean about hesitating to open such wonderfully packaged fabrics! It took me several months to open up my roll of Kona brights fat 1/8's. Now that I have, I'm loving using them!

Your blocks look great! Can't wait to see it finished.


As I was reading your post I was thinking ... I would hate to open them! After I read on down you are thinking the same thing :) The blocks are beautiful!!
We have had high winds today here to with schools getting out early.

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