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Sip of Summer School

WELCOME! In this Quilt Along We will literally "quilt along" with one another as we construct each of our four projects!

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Latest Activity: Nov 10, 2015






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4th of July Celebration ~ RanchMom/Francine

Started by Mari/WA. Last reply by Jan from Iowa/Arkansas Jun 12, 2010. 10 Replies

PM Dinner Celebration on Father's Day June 20th:ChocolateGraham CrackersMarshmallowsHot DogsPotato Salad without eggs & radishesContinue

Patio Posies Lesson #16

Started by Mari/WA. Last reply by Anne Apr 27, 2010. 6 Replies

This unit is the last unit you will make.  There are four and once these units are made they can be sewn together to complete your quilt top!  Your finished!!!Add the last two units you just made…Continue

Sip of Summer School Guidelines

Started by Mari/WA. Last reply by Charnita Mar 20, 2010. 6 Replies

January through May we will feature and build four projects. If there is a particular project featured that tickles your fancy you can easily build it along with the rest of us. Then, take a picture…Continue

A Pack of Posies ~ Lesson #7

Started by Mari/WA. Last reply by Mari/WA Mar 19, 2010. 12 Replies

Now, all that needs to be done is to sew your rows together diagonally and your done and ready to quilt!Oh, goodness, I forgot to look ahead!  I also had this optional method of applique!  Its…Continue

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Comment by Mari/WA on November 30, 2010 at 4:53am
I'll let you know Sandy! Soon!
Comment by Sandy B /AUS on November 29, 2010 at 4:04pm
Hi Mari I like the idea of this group and do hope it continues in 2011. It will motivate me to try more projects. Cheers to all Sandy B
Comment by Mari/WA on November 29, 2010 at 5:06am
I'm not sure what they're going to do with School Anne. I'll have to find out. I've been so focused on Gifty I've not been here in quite a while.
Comment by Anne on November 27, 2010 at 2:56pm
I just saw, that we have a new member here in school, Mari.
Will the school doors open again in the New Year? I sure hope so...it was a lot of fun...and quite a wonderful learning experience..Can we repeat it again? Anne
Comment by Jan from Iowa/Arkansas on August 1, 2010 at 12:30am
I love catching up with you all!! New language - good idea. I like all those little phrases we all use and don't even think about.
I have loaded a word document on my page listing the antique books. Take a look and see if there is anything you might be interested in. I really don't want to keep any of them. Some are in very good condition, and it would break my heart to put them in the dumpster.
The house is coming along. I have taken several sacks of books to the local library for their shelves or book sale. The lady at the library thinks I robbed a book store. I also took five huge sacks of paper backs to the used book store. Some they couldn't use, but will send on to the VA hospital in Iowa City - I'm glad!! Until I started digging into it, I didn't realize how many books we did have in this house. I'm still taking a lot, but they are either family or something I'm really interested in keeping. Still no sewing. I have packed up most of my sewing room, so I have a ton of boxes sitting around.
We have chosen Sept. 13 as the day we're actually moving. Just picked a day - all of our "social" committments will be fulfilled by then and we're free to go. Both of us are sick of this "getting ready" stuff - just want to get it done.
Comment by Linda Froggie Quilter (Okla) on July 28, 2010 at 11:12am
Oh I love it. Diane, I love the 'eh', actually! I think that's part of the reason I like to watch Holmes on Homes. I like the oy vey, too. And the grub for the hands, I love it all. Then let's cook up a mess o' vittles for the young 'uns. Bon Jour!
~Hopppy quilting~
Comment by Mari/WA on July 26, 2010 at 2:29pm
Oh yeah, that too! Grub, I love that word ~ it reminds me of vittles. Almost primitive and I love primitive.......... decorating that is. Yep! That's a must too! Western Ranch Slang! Can't get more western than Oregon!
Comment by ranchmom/OR on July 26, 2010 at 1:55pm
We need a little western ranch slang and rustle up some grub for the hands.
Comment by Mari/WA on July 26, 2010 at 1:02pm
Oh, YES! We need an oy vey! We might create a whole new language like the Amish have with their Pennsylvania Dutch (Deutsch)!
Comment by MaryAgnes/NYC on July 26, 2010 at 12:56pm
How about a New York oy vey?
 

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