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Started by Peg, Agassiz, BC. Last reply by Shannon, ON Feb 1, 2017.
Started by Peg, Agassiz, BC. Last reply by Elizabeth Phillips Sep 24, 2016.
Started by Kelly kerrigan. Last reply by Shannon, ON Feb 1, 2016.
Hello everyone! Not sure if anyone visits on here any more. I have been away from it for an awful long time. I am working on a mountain quilt for my daughter and son-in-law and have been struggling with it, but.... I just figured that I might be able to do paperless paper piecing. So I will be giving that a try. Well hope to hear from some of you! Have a great day!
Hi everyone! I hope this new year lets you get lots of quilting done!
So nice to hear from you, Shannon. Merry Christmas to you and your family and all the best for 2019.
Wanting to wish everyone a very happy Christmas. And a wonderful 2019.
Shannon beautiful bride and congrats to you son! So sorry to hear of your chemo treatments. Hugs to you.
Oh, what a cutie! Isn't it just the best watching the little ones grow up!
Nice to hear from you, Peg and Anna. I have been making quilts for QOV and volunteered to cut kits for the Ottawa group. And I like to make fairly easy throw size quilts.My great grandson, Kye, will be 1 on June 1. Here he is visiting his grandma in Clearwater, B.C. on the long week-end.
Oh, Elizabeth, that is a lovely quilt. I did a number of small quilts for charity over the winter, then got on with a number of small projects, all to use up scraps. My scrap bin was close to empty. Then I got going on some stash busters, which hardly seemed to make a dint. Now just to make a kilt for our grandson (3 1/2) - yes kilt, not quilt, his dad competes in Scottish Heavy Events and I've kept him in a kilt since before he could walk. Once that's done, then on to a special table topper that a friend designed. Come to think of it, I haven't been taking pictures of all of this stuff, should get some then I could share with you all. In the meantime, evenings have been spent on an embroidery project that will eventually become fall/Thanksgiving place-mats. It's all kept me busy so I don't get bored. Now summer and RV season is here, so sewing will slow down now. Blessings!
Hi ladies, Life has indeed been busy and with lots of changes in the last 18 months. We bought a new to us house in St. Albert after living in Edmonton for the past 35 years. Our new house is lovely and we are enjoying living in it. I am getting ready to retire after 40 years as a school teacher. It is exciting and scary and a whole lot of other feelings rolled into one. I feel so fortunate to have been able to work in a job that I have loved for many years and now am looking forward to quilting more and getting some stuff finally sorted out at home. I have not quilted much the last 18 months though, I did make a few baby wraps and a couple of throw quilts. I also repaired a quilt for the first time so that was an interesting experience. Hope all is well with you and yours and that you are looking forward to a wonderful summer. With warmest wishes Anna
Sorry to hear you are getting chemotherapy. Glad that you are doing well. Your daughter was a beautiful bride! Congratulations on your son's graduation. Too bad that you aren't quilting at present, but you can back to it whenever you feel like doing it again. Don't get rid of a thing - the urge may suddenly come back. LOL
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