To Kits's Family - I hope that Kit did not suffer at all and her passing was peaceful. There is a great cavern in the hearts of those who were lucky to know and have Kit in their world. She will be missed.
My heart is feeling sorrow but joy as well. Kit is dancing a jig now and has the best sewing machine, quilting center and the most beautiful fabric laced with gold. She has unlimited time, unlimited freedom and unlimited supplies to create the most beautiful quilt she will ever make. Its HER time now!
To Kit's family I send you my condolences. I met Kit and some of the family at Sally Cheney's superstore a couple of years ago. They were having a quilt contest and I had one of my quilts in there. I had fun meeting Kit and one of the grandaughters!! I believe I even met her son there too. What a loving family. I can see the grandaughter following in Kits footsteps, the two of you seemed so close. What she taught you and the love she gave you will always be in your heart. How fortunate you all were to have such a precious mother and grandmother. Sending love and condolences, Linda Sue Robertson, Hendersonville, Tennessee. I would have come to the funeral home but did not see the obituary as we do not take the paper anymore. We cut that expense quite some time ago.
Good Morning Kit. Thanks for commenting on my purse. I would love to see yours. I belong to the American Sewing Guild and it never ceases to amaze me when everyone is doing the same project and using different fabric and colors how distinctly personal the project becomes. Yes, our Walmart still has fabric. They were going to take that department out but we were given the number to call to complain to the powers that be that they needed to leave it here. It's a hudred miles to the nearest fabric store. We have Marden's which carries a large line of fabric but it's a salvage store who buy's out fabric shops etc. so if you run out of a fabric it's likely they won't have it when you return for more. And then we have Walmart.
I'm glad that I signed up to be your friend. I hope that you had a nice birthday! I was interested to know that you are into charity quilts. I give away most of what I produce also. I love your quilts - those tote bags you make look great. I have never seen that pattern. My neighbour, who quilts with me, just got the Warm Wishes pattern from Project Linus. It was nice to see yours and to see Elizabeth.
Kit Thanks and I agree with Francine, you are all so friendly that it is like I have known you for ever. I hope you enjoy the pickles as much as my family does. Take care and let me know how the pickles turn out.
I didn't know I was the first member either! I might have been, if Mari says so! I went for the Golden Afternoon. I love batiks, you are right, but didn't want to seem greedy, that collection is something like 70 fabrics. Now, what to make....
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 !!!
Hi Kit, I was wondering if you would share some info with me--how are you finishing the seams in your pillowcases that are labeled "Hot Diggity Dog"? My sister seems to think that tthe ones I am making will not hold up and I don't want to donate them if they won't. Thank you for sharing and caring......