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« Gradients | Main | Field Tripping the Web – Issue 27 »

November 02, 2008

Comments

Deb Levy

The quilt on the frame looks like it has lots of space for your quilting!

And those fabrics are to die for!

Lori in SD

Sorry to hear typepad giving you problems. Your list is long, but you always seem to accomplish so much.

kathie Holland

love those little log cabin blocks.
can't wait to see your Christmas postcards...

gina

What were the Mini LC for? I forgot?

Freda  Henderson

It sure was productive Vicki. I love the fabrics too and the mini logs.

Tany

My sunday was very productive too! It was the only day I could spend sewing! During the week it has been impossible to me... Too much work at the office drains all my energy

Sandy Jandik

You did get a lot done.

Allison Aller

You go, girl!

Karol-Ann

The 'all pie' meal LOL. Sounds good! definitely drool-worthy fabs! Cool only 42 to go - i can't wait!!!!

Anne

The shirts you made for the hunters were wonderful. I loved the colors! I hope there is a photo of them wearing the shirts.
Ciao,
A

Becca

those mini logs are adorable. I cant wait to see the whole quilt when it is done.

Mary

I did my November list today - I have some carryover from October but that's OK with me. I was pretty laid back last month about my goals.

I was lucky, Keith did the laundry this weekend.

Lynn Douglass

Holy crow! Do you ever sleep? I'm loving the dye progress reports, and I can't wait to see how you finish that quilt!

Randi

You are almost halfway to your goal! There's still time to make it!

Angela

Oh wow, you did have a busy day. I love it when I have days when lots gets accomplished, sadly I haven't had one for a while, lol!

Julia

Those little log cabin blocks are adorable! How big are they? I have a great pattern using mini-log cabin blocks. Someday---- sigh.

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