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Marcia, what a cute and charming quilt! I'm sure they will love it. Glad to see you posting again.
Sorry to hear about all that seam ripping, but spending time with a friend is a good distraction while you're ripping away.
Your new project looks interesting. I like the butterfly fabric you're using for the applique.
Thanks Lynne. It feels good to be back.
Thank you for the suggestion to use blue thread, Dee. I bought all of Superior's King Tut line years ago and I will probably use one of those threads when the time comes to quilt the monster. Right now I am going to focus on polymer clay for a while and create some bugs, flowers and other ornamental things to stick in my flower pots on our terrace.
Marcia, glad to hear that the parents really like it cause it is a fantastically fun looking quilt. Love the bright colors.
William is nice. If I can keep it going long enough I could switch to My Sweet Billy.
If I can keep it going long enough I could switch to My Sweet Billy.
and if you're especially nostalgic, you could use the familiar Billy Bob.
Judy, I'm looking forward to seeing some of your polymer clay ornaments decorating your pots!
Thanks Jo! I really like bright colors. They're fun to work with and to look at.