Wednesday, October 2, 2013

A visit to my quilter




See, how doable this quilt is.......my part is completed, except for the binding and the label.  It was an absolute joy to make......as a reader from Tenn. commented, "It made my little ole heart leap with joy", .....and isn't that what quilting does for all of who are constantly planning what to start next.  As for me, I do have several ideas mulling around, but first I want to finish getting everything ready for market.  I've decided to ship my booth supplies this year, as I've made the trip to Houston a few too many times. UPS says....drop everything off 1 week in advance and it will be waiting for me at the other end. That made me smile big time! :-)  I've made one other big decision.....pack light so there is lots of room to bring home treasures, or we'll just tuck them in the UPS boxes......always need to be thinking.

"May you be blessed with the four comforts of life: love, liberty, health and contentment".     unknown...everyone have an extra special, happy sort of day!
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  1. I just had a CORONARY!! Get the paddles...quick!! Magnificent and done in MY colours! You out did yourself..which must be hard to do!! Your booth is going to be swamped for sure!
    Congrats on another winner!
    Paulette

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    1. Thanks Paulette.....I appreciate your enthusiasm. I'm pretty excited about this one also.

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  2. It's so Fantastic Norma ! I love it so much :) :)
    I'm a fan and want to buy it to your shop when it would be possible...
    Have a nice day !

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    1. Thank you.......Love hearing from you! Hugs

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  3. Beautiful quilt! I'd love to be living in one of those cozy little cabins in the woods!

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    1. Thank you Barbara......I'd live in the one just a wee bit away from yours, so we could get together by the fire and stitch and visit and have a cup of hot chocolate....:-)

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  4. Love it! Sounds like you will be coming back from Houston with a few treasures. :)))

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    1. Probably mostly wool. I love picking it out in person....you know, when you can feel it and admire the colors and shadings and all that! Last market I bought some amazing scissors.

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  5. Absolutely stunning! Love love it. Your posts and creations always make my days extra special and happy. Thank you

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    1. Linda...you don't know how happy that makes me....that's my intention to send something good out into the world...to have something good to ponder and consider. Thank you for telling me that.

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