Cindy, could you possibly forward the newsletter to me, I am so tired of dealing with JB website, they try, and I search, but just can't seem to get the computers to handshake. I would really appreciate it. At your convenience, no big hurry.
Hope you are doing well my dear friend. I know you have a lot on your plate and just wanted you to know that you are loved and cared for and that you and yours are in our prayers. Sending you lots of quilty hugs and much love.
Didn't see the color chart will do that now, I have the Coffee , I like it, very pretty, I assumed it went that way, cause 9 looked like black so I haven't cut yet but laid them out that way, I wish we lived closer too, maybe with your family here now, we can get together, I have a daughter in Lake Forest Park, north of Seattle so if we get that far, hopefully we can meet someday, I still would like us to get together with Marge too, if we can get your Hubby well enough to travel, and mine too.
Cindy, I got the fabric only kit, and find that the first thing they refer to is go to page three for the fabric chart, I know I have a different color theme than you but I assume it is from 1 to7 and border fabric. but is it darkest at #1 or lightest #1. I am having the worst time getting started on this. Thanks, Rita
Thanks, Cindy, for the tips. I'm exploring FAQ and other sections. Like anything new, I will have to learn it and practice it. Lots of really good info. And now I understand why different people's pages are colored! HaHaHa! Just needed to explore more. I would rather be sewing than figuring out tech stuff, but it's the age we live in so I try to learn. Thanks.
Like the phrase.. So true indeed.. One never knows..
My father used to tell me, when in the ctry when I grow up and move away take transit system, to offer my chair to someone who looks like they need it more than myself. One day that person might be a lawyer or Dr. nurse who will save my life one day.. So far, my life has been one mystery after another and looking back had angels watching over me da
Hi Cindy! So sorry to hear of the things that are going on with you...Oh how life comes at you fast..
That's why we left Connecticut,,so many things were wrong with the old house,,OH it was fine on the outside,,but we needed to do alot of things we never had the time to really (take the time to do).
Thanks for remembering we lived here 2 years,,it will be 2 years on the 18th,, We will celebrate !
With me getting a new job and it will be much easier I may add...we will settle into a routine. We really don't have one,,we just rush off to work,,kind of make supper,,then crash into bed, and do it all over again.. I'm not really liking that too well,,,that is what we did up North,,going to make some changes,,for the better.
Our babies are so very different from one another,,even in the same family..but we love them all....
Yes we cannot seem to realize how fast time is going by,,and to think we were so intent on getting here...but it has been fun from the time we got here...Love this place so much,,and so very very quiet...
Merry Christmas to you and your family...keep in touch so I can pray for you while you go thru this process of revamping your new home,,,,
Cindy - hi I wondered how your challenge is coming , didn't have your email address to send with the others.
Wonder will you be able to email me a photo of it and also a few sentences of what your piece means to you, of course with out putting names on it. B B will be judging it from the photo and short write up.
My email address is firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello cindy, its a while since i saw a posting from you. I do hope you are completely settled and have your studio finished then you can play. Hope you are both well and enjoying your retirement too. Keep in touch.
Sorry it took so long to get back to you! Just discovered messages! I haven't even begun my Downton Abbey. Fabric is still in Fatquartershop box. Since you're just about done, I guess you figured it out. I've still not been able to download past step 3.
Thanks, Cindy, for the suggestion and willingness to help out. I think I've found something in my stash that will work. There is a deadline (my fault for waiting so long) and I'm not close to a quilt shop. It's really such a small thing in the big picture of life, but it helped to rant a little bit, receive some encouragement as well as a few laughs along the way. I'm feeling much better about the whole thing now. And really, probably no one will notice or care except me. Thanks again! Hope all is well in your quilting world.