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Started Aug 26, 2011 0 Replies

First i am thinking of you all on the east coast of USA. It must be so dreadful for you all and for those with friends and family there. Not been here for some time, had big trouble with my eyes,…Continue

morning all

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rebecca Keith/VA Apr 17, 2011. 1 Reply

Not been here for some time, did add some photos and been looking at the lovely work so many of you have been doing.Not sure how many of you know about the big earthquake we have had here in New…Continue


Started Dec 21, 2010 0 Replies

I want to wish you all a Happy Christmas, i know many will have snow and i wish i did,it is summer here.Hope you all get fabric etc under the tree, have a wonderful day.                         Best…Continue

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Started Jan 3, 2010 0 Replies

hope i have right place to answer your question. You asked about quilt the binding is just plan, i put sashing on first look at bottom of photo.I lay the sashing under the garden edge and sewed a…Continue


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76 year old have two daughters,one is in Australia.5 grandchildren, one greatgrand daughter who is 2 months old
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Posted on April 15, 2014 at 3:05pm 4 Comments

 It is such along time since i was on this site, life has been a bit wild ! upsetting! not sure how to say. I am now on oxygen 24 hours aday so dont get to do much or have trouble to breath. I very seldom leave the house.Have an oxygen cylindar that goes in a trolly to go out but its so hard to push i seem to just go to Dr and get my hair cut. Dont have transport so have to depend on others and i hate asking.  A daughter goes for my shopping very 2 weeks and we get one meal aweek that we buy…



Posted on October 30, 2012 at 10:49pm 0 Comments

Been watching on TV here in far off New Zealand what has happened with the storm, it is just dreadful.So many with lost homes and the damage, i really feel for all.  Some years ago my home was flooded so sort of know how these people feel. You know water and power are our friends but they can also bring so much heart break.

Have enjoyed looking at some of the wonderful handwork so many of you are doing.

Keep warm, hugs Pat


Posted on October 30, 2012 at 3:22pm 1 Comment

for all of you in the USA where the storm is and have friends there, just want you to know i am thinking of you. Also those in Canada who have also been hit.   Keep warm and know we are all thinking of you.

      from Pat in New Zealand

Happy Christmas

Posted on December 17, 2010 at 8:42pm 11 Comments

The town where i live is not really feeling like Christmas on the 19th of Nov a coal mine near by had a dreadful explosion and 29 local men were killed . You cant get into the mine as there have been more explosions and fire. It is a small town and people seem to not say anything to people on the street as not sure who is connected.11 thousand people turned up to a memorial service some coming by car and train from the city.

But i have decided Christmas MUST continue my husband used…


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At 10:57pm on July 5, 2010, Mary johnson said…
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At 7:34am on June 8, 2010, Irene Wilson/MT said…
Quilting has a lot of history to explore. Many blocks have more than one name. Quilting also allows us to hoard fabric.
At 5:33pm on June 6, 2010, Irene Wilson/MT said…
We are headed for summer but we are getting rain and cooler weather some. I have not worked on these blocks for awhile. I started Farmer's Wife blocks (similar type of quilt)I have way too many projects started
At 9:58am on June 5, 2010, Irene Wilson/MT said…
Hi Pat I had not been on here for a while. I see you wondered what a 4 wheeler is. It is an all terrain vehicle that goes on trails and sand. They are usually driven by one but people sometimes have a rider behind them. Some are made with 2 side by side seats, Ours is made by Yamaha .Ours are very easy to drive and we can actually drive them on the roads in our state. We usually stay on country roads or trails and take a yearly trip to ride in sand dunes.
At 1:36pm on May 16, 2010, BillieBee in TX said…
Your Welcome!
At 9:37pm on May 15, 2010, BillieBee in TX said…
Thanks Pat. It's such a cute pattern and free from Bunny Hill Designs. Think I'll start block 2 tomorrow.
Comment by pat middleton 59 minutes ago Delete Comment Wow just love that snow man block,Patricia in New Zealand
At 4:02pm on February 6, 2010, pat middleton said…
Irene the bag i got at Christmas has places to put photos and they are all of G.Grandaughter. Please what is a four wheeler? I little cooler today would love snow we dont even get it in winter in this part of the country. Just love looking at all the work you ladys do, some really beautiful quilts and hangings,All best wishes,Pat in New Zealand
At 3:37pm on February 6, 2010, Irene Wilson/MT said…
Thanks for the comment on my SBS blocks. I am slacking a little much and way behind. Your bag looks nice. Nice family you have. Hope you are cooler. We are getting some snow.
At 7:26pm on January 31, 2010, Irene Wilson/MT said…
Hi Pat, It is winter here. It has not been too bad but hot sounds nice right now. We have cowboys with cell phones here too. Big change isn't it. Everyone has a cell phone hooked to their ear it seems.I am not on the phone often myself.
At 6:15pm on January 30, 2010, Prairie Quilter Jan/NE said…
Hi Pat. Thanks for commenting on my Cowboys & Cell Phones post. We have great respect for ranchers in New Zealand/Australia. It is always fun to hear of the similarities/differences. My cousin's son spent a year working for a rancher in New Zealand back in the late 80's, early 90's and really enjoyed it.

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