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Hi I'm new at this site. I'll SO totally in love with Connecting Threads, I decided to go snooping around the site....while placing yet ANOTHER order and found you guys! How great!

I'm retired so just sit at home and sew dozens more UFO's.

I would love to get to know you guys and have a great time!
Hobbies and Interests
quilting
My pets are awesome!
Rufus and Jinx

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At 1:16am on June 30, 2010, Mary johnson said…
Dear Friends

The challenge is out, lets see how many of us can join the wonderful new campaign called Stitching for Pink !!! Starts today until 30 October. Its gonna be so much fun with 10 projects to complete. Come on Embroiderers lets unite and join the fight against Breast Cancer !!!

Go sign up now and let the fun begin.

http://www.stitchingforpink.org/

Hope we see you there

Mary

At 7:40pm on May 17, 2010, Linda Richards/N. Ontario said…
Linda, hope you have a very, very happy birthday. Sorry I am late in getting out my wishes but I am into the house cleaning and today was also laundry so not much time to sit at computer.
At 5:26pm on May 17, 2010, ruth ragland said…
Happy Birthday!
At 2:23pm on May 17, 2010, ra57 said…
Happy birthday Linda!
At 1:27pm on May 17, 2010, Connecting Threads said…
Happy Birthday Linda!
At 10:44am on May 17, 2010, Connie Fowler said…
Happy Birthday! Hope it is a great day and a fabulous year! :)
At 4:13am on May 17, 2010, Margo in Maine said…
Greetings from Maine...have a wonderful fun filled birthday celebration..Blessings!!
At 12:24am on May 17, 2010, Gayle/La. said…
Happy Birthday Linda!
At 7:20am on July 20, 2009, Patricia said…
Good morning Linda, I live just east of you on interstate 80. Turn north at the Walcott truck stop and head out into the country. We live between two small towns, Dixon and Donahue. Have an acreage in the woods. Very quiet until the four wheelers come roaring down the road. Grrrrr. I garden passionately but that passionately part of it has been put on hold this year as I had my right knee replaced in May. And I'm good for only an hour out there between pain and mosquitoes.
I babysit my grandson who will be 6 in August a couple times a week. He's a joy but wears me out.
My favorite quilt shop? Hmmm Love the one at the Amana"s. But stumbled on the smaller one about a month ago," Fern Hill," Cool!! Bought some awesome fabric there. Designed by one them. Couldn't pass it up, don't know what I'll use it for and probably sits on my Visa bill still not paid for. I have a huge problem. I love fabric. Sometimes I almost can't cut into it. Anyway my machine has been in for cleaning and tuning for over a week now and I'm ready for it to be back here where it belongs. I'm going nuts without it. Should spend the day cutting into all that fabric and have it all ready to sew when the phone rings. Happy quilting. Some 41years ago we spent our first night in Newton, IA. Then headed out west. I'd like to turn off there and check the town out. Someday.
At 8:11am on July 18, 2009, Marcia (aka "Life is Grand") said…
Hi Linda- You had asked me about the pillowcases for the wounded soldiers so I will tell you more! I send the homemade pillowcases to the wounded soldiers that are recuperating in the Landstuhl Hospital in Germany. This is an American hospital that has over 800 beds. Since most soldiers are life-flighted by helicopter to this hospital, they are admitted with just the clothes on their back. Therefore, they do not have any other change of clothes (e.g. underwear) or toiletry supplies (razors, shaving cream, toothbrush, comb,etc.) Several quilting friends and I have decided to add some cheer to their hospital room by sewing up bright or fun fabrics into pillowcases. Some of the fabrics are patriotic and others are just cheerful (lodge prints, rodeo prints, race car prints, fishing prints). Guess we are thinking that some of the prints will comfort these recuperating soldiers. (For example- maybe a "fishing print" pillowcase will be given to a soldier who loves to fish!) We also sew up bright fabrics into pillowcases hoping to cheer them up! So, that's pretty much the rest of my "pillowcase story"! I have been sending pillowcases the last two years- 213 one year and 189 another year. If you'd like to help out by making some pillowcases...just let me know! ;-)

By the way, have you ever thought of just tying the charity quilts you make for kids. Several friends and I also make charity quilts for babies and we tie these quilts instead of quilting them. One of my quilt friends has neighbors that don't quilt, but will help out with the tying part. So this gal has a 'quilt-tying' coffee by inviting her neighbor friends over for coffee and then they tie all morning! Lots of fun, laughter, chatter, and....the quilts get tied in the process! :-)

Hope you are enjoying this weather! (Sure isn't typical July weather for Iowa, huh?!)
Happy quilting~Marcia
 
 
 

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