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At 3:29am on July 15, 2010, Margo in Maine said…
Great job...I like the one especially with the blue...a nice touch.....also looked at the others...lots of nice things that you have done....
At 11:22am on September 11, 2009, AidaCJ/NH said…
Hello Henry,
The aprons look so charmingly simple, what pattern do you use, or is this your original design?
I was thinking of making some aprons for some aunts and cousins.
Thanks - Aida
At 6:11am on September 11, 2009, Trudy/WI said…
Hi Henry,
That is a really cute quilt. you've been very productive lately! I think I'll have to hire you to come to my house to finish some stuff while I work on customers' quilts! lol
At 9:36pm on September 10, 2009, Laurie said…
Hi Henry,
the aprons look great. I never had any until I inheirited my mothers. She always wore aprons.
I like the cookie quilt too. I'm glad that your here. You and Samuel are proof on here that men can be just as creative and talented as women.
At 5:24am on September 10, 2009, Ally Bryant said…
Hi Henry love your aprons. They seem so popular now. You should check out Debbie Synder blog she designs aprons patterns. I was really surprise to see so many varieties and designs. Now I know what to do with the Asian fabric I brought back from Beiing! Would make a lovely entertaining apron. It so good to see a man quilting - see it isn't just for little old grannies!!!!! Happy Quilting.
At 2:58pm on September 8, 2009, Trudy/WI said…
Henry,
I love aprons, too. I have made quite a few over the years and my favorites are made with novelty and holiday fabrics. I love the one you did with the Pepsi pinup girls!
At 9:35am on September 8, 2009, Janet/MO said…
That apron is just adorable. What a great way to use up that fabric.
At 8:18am on August 18, 2009, Connecting Threads said…
Hi Henry,
My warehouse folks just notified me they "found" a bunch of Mama's Charm Packs in stock....one of those electronic mysteries! I've just made them available for sale again - get 'em, quick!
At 7:34pm on May 10, 2009, Bev Wilson said…
Henry ,I cant spell
At 7:33pm on May 10, 2009, Bev Wilson said…
Ha Henty,
Glad to see you post agin...I Like your wedding ring..Hugs Bev
At 5:29am on February 3, 2009, Edith Lean/Ont. said…
Good to hear from you again Henry, Try not to overdo stuff, make a little time each week to quilt, it will help balance you out.
At 9:17pm on February 2, 2009, Henry Parrish Jr. said…
I do not do a lot of hand quilting. Only a little when I just feel that the sewing machine can't handle it. :)
I am taking a couple classes each semester until I get my Bachelor degree in Liberal Studies-Historical Perspective emphasis.
At 7:40pm on February 2, 2009, Carol Wadkins said…
I just love the train quilt.... I see you must make a lot of them for others. That is such a nice feeling, isn't it? I have made several for grandchildren, but not all of them have received them yet. I work on them by what's coming up, like sweet 16, just turning 13, also I did three holiday quilts for three of the grandkids that live away. I did a space one for one of the grandsons, etc. I haven't posted any pictures yet, I will get to that. Do you do a lot of hand quilting, Henry? That really takes patience, that I wouldn't do well at. I enjoy the machine quilting.
Have a great day............ Hope all went well with your visit to UNC. Are you just taking a class or two or do you have a special major in mind?
Carol
At 12:49pm on January 14, 2009, polkadot said…
hi ya henry, enjoy reading your blog. hope u are in the warm part of the country. very very cold here in massachusetts.
At 1:56am on January 7, 2009, Evelyn Townsend said…
Henry,
Sorry to hear that you were under the weather. I viewed your quilt phots and you do marvelous work. I admire hand quilters and their work. You are very talented.
Evelyn
At 5:22am on January 6, 2009, Edith Lean/Ont. said…
The ultimate therapy for whatever ails ya. Great pics.
At 7:57pm on January 1, 2009, polkadot said…
i love your christmas cookie quilt. i love the fabric inside the star shapes.
At 7:56pm on January 1, 2009, polkadot said…
no pattern for harold. my daughter who is a graphic design student drew him for me because my attempt at his head looked like a lightbulb. we made a pattern on freezer paper and i appliqued him on with my new pfaff. his facial features were difficult for me. sadly i only took two pictures of the quilt but i entered him in a contest before he went to the project linus group in maine and i won first place!
At 7:33pm on January 1, 2009, polkadot said…
thank u for your comment on harold and the purple crayon. i hated to part with him but i know he went to a good home.
At 6:27pm on January 1, 2009, polkadot said…
your quilts are beautiful. u have done so many. thanks for sharing.

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