Welcome back Pat, I am in Arizona and the weather here is fantastic, however, my kids and friends keep us informed about the weather back home and it isn't good.I am glad you have gotten your life back on track and happy quilting days are ahead of you. I have made a lap size baby quilt (will post picture later) since I have left home and worked a lot on my EPP tumbling block quilt, I also started to hand quilt a king size quilt, but haven't worked much on that one. Wishing you all the very best in your new life. Have a great day.
Hi Pat, I'm sorry to hear about your divorce. You sound like you're doing OK, but it's hard to tell from a posting on a discussion group. I hope your quilt top appears soon. I love what you did to mine and I'm sure you'll love yours. Barb
Well, I just found this and see that I am way behind. Should have been checking in more often. I did finish my YTRR but do want to applique` some flowers to it. That is in the UFO's I am working on. Good to find your message. Alpha
Hi Pat, sorry I haven't called you back...I was trying to figure the time and by then it was too late to call....I'm really looking forward to getting my quilt back and I hope my not calling didn't cause you any problems....Barb
PS, several weeks ago I sent you a friend request...did you get it? The computers have been wierd lately...I checked my page a few days ago and there were messages that I hadn't been notified about. Wrote to the webmaster and there wasn't much help there...at least not yet...
Hi Pat I see your from NS. I live in Calais, Maine and I expect you may have come through here at one time or another. Your sewing room is lovely. Cozy and well stocked. I hope we can find each other in chat sometime.
Thank you so much for your comments!! I do my own quilting - except for my bargello which I sent out and I've now had the Wish upon a Star professionally quilted. I'll post a picture when I've finished the binding. The only quilt I designed was the one with the teapot, the rest are patterns I've either followed or started with and branched out! I have a hard time following patterns exactly.
I love minis - there is a group on this site if you've not already joined. I copied the pattern from the Miniature Quilt magazine (no longer being printed). It really is easier than it looks - just sew on the line!
Good luck with your sewing and stay safe!! Supposed to be a bad hurricane.
Congratulations on your A New Day! I have mine only half finished and have been working on this year's Hugs and Kisses. Last year I was making it from my stash but this year I actually bought the fabric kit. Are you working on one this year?
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 Pat, I use my Grand Quilter on a table not a frame so I don't think the stitch regulator would work with it would it? It would be nice to have, but I have been quilting so long without a frame that I don't see how I could get used to that! Thanks for the offer!
I'm sorry I missed your birthday! Hoping you had a good one. Sorry to see you aren't feeling well - hope it's a shortlived bug. I haven't mentioned that my grandson, who is 12, lives in Kingston. Just saw him out here last week and he has grown again! He's 5'9" already, and a handsome lad. I can't wait until we get down to your area. Looking forward to meeting you.
Happy Birthday to you Pat!! I almost missed it....I went to check and see if the next list was up and spotted your name that was not there last night.
I hope your day was a great and wonderful day for you.