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At 9:05am on May 5, 2012, Brenda Patterson said…

Dear friend you were on my heart today.You are not forgotten.Sometimes I visit here just to remember your kind words.

At 2:08am on May 5, 2011, Brenda Patterson said…
Really miss your words of encouragement.Hope you have peace my friend.
At 9:29pm on January 2, 2011, Patricia Ann Wright NC said…
Yolanda's Family. I just now found out about Yolanda's passing and Ihave tolet you know what a very special LADY and FRIEND she was to everyone here on this site. I have not been on lately and what a very sad day  this day is.  I will miss her more than you can imagine. GOD BLESS  and be with you all at this sad time.  LOVE AND REST IN GODS GREAT PLACE HE HAS MADE FOR YOU , MY FRIEND.  LOVE YOU PAT
At 10:26pm on January 1, 2011, Debra Symons said…
Just wanted to say the light blue on yellow background is very hard on the eyes. Can you update this please. I like to read what others are saying here at Quilt With US.
At 4:15pm on December 21, 2010, Gaile Jenkins Northern BC said…

Yolanda - I considered you my Dear Friend and I will miss you so much.

I am so sad, you were an important part of my day, that I really looked forward to.  I can only hope you did not suffer in your passing, I did not have the privilege to meet you in this life and look forward to meeting you in God's house.

Good Bye for now Sweet, Kind, Generous and Loving Yolanda

My condolences to your family and friends - I wish there was some way to send this to you personally and to let you know how much Yolanda meant to us here on QWU, she was a part of our daily life

At 1:35am on November 15, 2010, Gaile Jenkins Northern BC said…
Hi Yolanda,
I have not been on the computer very much lately, but do check in quick to see what everyone is doing. Glad to see you found a new place to live - too bad you have to wait so long though. Your boss is so lucky to have you, I am sure her son will take comfort in knowing that you are there for her. Hope her health holds and she doesn't suffer through her treatments.
I will keep my fingers crossed that you get the news you want from your DD, I would love to have Grandchildren, but my kids are not settled in live and ready for kids yet.
The Quilts For Kids doesn't look like it will happen as I can't find a hospital or organization that is interested or has a need - they say that they get quilts from local guilds and individuals which is good - I am still checking around though.

We had a good meeting with the designers and they now understand that we know what we are doing...not the first house we have designed and we do know the building codes - my husbands father was a carpenter and my husband could go write for his carpenters ticket if he wanted. We know what we want and just need them to draw up the blue prints so they are ready when we decide to move. Don't know when that will be, could be a couple of years yet.
Must go and get to bed, I hope to finish the quilt top tomorrow and take it to the LAQ on Tuesday for them to quilt it on Wednesday.
Take care.
Gaile
At 6:55pm on November 1, 2010, Vicky Girten/MO said…
Hi Yolanda, It depends on which one you want. I would sell the larger ones for $20,00 plus shipping and the smaller ones for 10.00 plus shipping. Just let me know.
At 7:36am on October 30, 2010, karenthequilter said…
Hi Yolanda! I'm very fine, I just don't blog as often. Instead, I chat within my groups like UFO and ACEO and pincushions and Gifty Galore.

I'm keeping very busy looking for a job, but I also have much more time to socialize - this morning I'm meeting friends for breakfast.

I'm sorry, I've never heard of the KT Nine Patch. Perhaps you can find out what KT stands for? Then I can try searching again.
At 6:53am on October 25, 2010, Becky said…
Yolanda, I would not recommend this quilt block for a beginner. I just made it and it was hard and I was not satisfied with the out come. I am going to have embellish it to cover up the mismatched circles. I would recommend the Fast & Furious Quilt I took a class locally here and from start to finish it tool 4 hr. It is a quilt as your go and it is so much fun.
Happy Quilting
Becky Graham
At 6:56am on October 21, 2010, Linda "Sue" Robertson, TN said…
I am blessed as well Yolanda that you are in my life. You are precious!! Thank you for the birthday blessings!!!! Wish you were here we'd eat a piece of cake together.!! Love and Hugs to you, Linda
At 7:14pm on October 15, 2010, karenthequilter said…
Hi Yolanda, I don't know if CT will continue the lessons or not - time will tell. About the class for 5th graders at the library, I recommend a small project, like a pillow or very small wallhanging - something that can be completed in 2-3 hours. Maybe a simple 9 patch or one very large star?
At 7:57am on October 13, 2010, Connecting Threads said…
Hi Yolanda, you asked for a tutorial on Stars - we have one! Click here and you'll be on the first of four segments: http://www.connectingthreads.com/tutorials/Stars-Intro_to_the_Star_Block__D10.html
At 10:10pm on October 9, 2010, Lynda/Ohio said…
Hi Yolanda - You can use any colors/fabric for the star swap. The only restriction is to use a light color for the background. I'm looking forward to seeing how many people we have signed up by the 15th! Lynda
At 5:10pm on September 6, 2010, Laurie said…
Hi Yolanda, Hope you are having a good holiday weekend. I thought about you often today while I was sorting, packing and cleaning. This house is in the country and on a dirt road. It is windy in Oklahoma 99% of the time and this house is in bad need of sealing. My son hasn't been there for almost a month and everything had enough dust on it that a broom was required instead of dust cloth. Add all the cobwebs and that equals one big mess! I am exhausted! I have made pretty good progress but still have quite a ways to go.
At 10:47pm on September 4, 2010, Laurie said…
Hi Yolanda, The move is going very slow....I was working on it by myself today. Am going back over there tommorrow after church and tackle it again.
I use a size 10 Colonial brand between for quilting and all my hand sewing. The smaller the needle the easier it is to make small stitches....along with alot of practice. I tried size 12 but they bend too easy and break and size 8 is harder to push through the fabric. Of course if you run the needles through your hair a few times it makes it slide through the fabric easier too.
At 4:35am on August 26, 2010, MARYAM/MO said…
Hi Yolanda! I'll bet you will be glad when 10/22 gets here! I would be too!!! I think ironing bedsheets would make me crazy. It's good you have knitting to do on your way to Cautauqua, NY....I'm sure it helps you pass the time and you have a sweet blanket to show for it too! I never did any knitting, but I did do a couple of crocheted blankets in my younger days. Those were fun with the variegated yarns. I'll bet sewing booties is hard.....so small and cumbersome to manipulate I think! I am sure they are adorable though. Thanks for keeping in touch! Take care and have a great weekend!
At 5:17am on August 25, 2010, MARYAM/MO said…
Hi Yolanda! Yes, I am doing well...thanks for thinking of me! It's been a long and busy summer here in KS and don't feel much like sewing when it's so hot. Even if I haven't posted much, I do read about what all is going on in the group. You are such a wonderful person....and you work so hard! God Bless you! My husband is from Pakistan and he is workng in Agriculture. Our family is fine and safe from any of the flooding. Right now we are in the middle of Ramadan so we are fasting which also tends to lower a person's energy level somewhat. I don't know if you knew I was a muslim....but the fasting is going well. We do not eat or drink from sunrise to sunset...so we get up very early around 4:00 to eat and drink all we can....especially a lot of fruit to sustain our hydration levels. We then prepare our supper so that we can eat right at sunset which is around 8:10 now. Thankfully we have had a nice rain and some cooler temperatures so that really helps. If you have any questions, please feel free to talk to me about it. I don't mind explaining something you might not understand. Take good care and keep up the good work! xoxox Maryam
At 12:04pm on August 16, 2010, Connecting Threads said…
Hi Yolanda, I'm sorry, but it most likely is sold out. Our Twilight Frost collection had lavenders in it and much of it very recently sold out and we won't be getting it back in. I don't know of any fabric sale that is good through October, but I do know we've put lots of our older collection into Clearance to make room for our new stuff. It tends to sell out pretty quickly when we mark it down.
At 11:35am on August 16, 2010, Connecting Threads said…
Hi Yolanda, do you remember what collection the light to dark purple fabric was? Was it from our new batiks? I'm happy to check on it for you, but I need a little more information.
At 4:54am on August 12, 2010, Rose Mary Grimm said…
Hi Yolanda,
I like to tend my little flower garden in the summer, take care of my dh and daughter, sew my own clothes, cook, and bake when it's not so hot and I like to can and preserve food for us. I don't grow it all because even though we live in town the bunnies and deer eat everything, even with a fence, so I buy produce through the summer when it goes on sale and can it. I'm very active in my church, love to do Bible studies and I love to read. I especially have found that books on tape or CD are great, as I can read and sew at the same time. I work at a Presbyterian church as the office manager 28-30 hours a week. I have Friday's off in the summer which I love.

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