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'Tis the Season" Fabric Swap 2009
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Gerda
Posted 2009-10-10 1:34 PM (#34302 - in reply to #34201)
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I knew I had seen this block used for a Christmas themed item before!

http://www.quilterscache.com/C/ChristmasTableRunner.html

Here's page 2 http://www.quilterscache.com/C/ChristmasTableRunner.html

and pg3 = final runner http://www.quilterscache.com/C/ChristmasTableRunner_Page3.html

I've been wanting to make this one for several years now - still haven't done so!

Gerda
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huffalump54
Posted 2009-10-10 5:30 PM (#34305 - in reply to #34201)
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Good Afternoon Ms Pat

Hope you are feeling better!! Another fabric swap--you know I am there--this time with Christmas Bells on!! Will have to let you know later how many sets I come up with. Thanks so very much for hosting these.

Genia  

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Pam
Posted 2009-10-10 5:49 PM (#34308 - in reply to #34201)
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Nice runner, not my normal idea of fun, but I may be tempted to make a few for pressies at my Daddypoos appartments.

Pam
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scrapatches
Posted 2009-10-11 12:24 PM (#34345 - in reply to #34201)
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Genia ... welcome to the swap!    I will add you to the list and you can let me know how many sets later. You always find such nice swap fabrics ...

Gerda ... thanks for the pattern links.  

Pam ... Daddypoos friends will be very fortunate this Christmas.  

 

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bobtailcat
Posted 2009-10-12 3:59 AM (#34371 - in reply to #34201)
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Pat, I'd like to join too - not sure how many sets just yet - I'll need to go through my stash, and maybe go shopping. Shopping - gee, what a shame (hehe).

Barb
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ckcowl
Posted 2009-10-12 8:31 AM (#34374 - in reply to #34201)
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oooooooooooh, i want to play,,,please put me down for 4 sets...if i decide on more i will update, but definitly 4 sets to start
i LOVE fabric swaps!
thank you,
ckcowl
pm with vitals on the way, just in case...
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Annette
Posted 2009-10-12 10:35 AM (#34397 - in reply to #34374)
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Hi,

Our plans changed a bit. DH got sick, so I had time to look and feel my stash.

I found some things that are not designated 'Christmas projects', so put me down for at least 3 sets. When we get back and I actually start cutting, I may have more. Besides, I hope to do some shopping on the road! LOL

Annette

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Nola
Posted 2009-10-12 11:54 AM (#34399 - in reply to #34397)
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Got my fabric washed and hung on the rack to dry!  Later today I'll press it and start cutting!  Still planning on 4 sets, unless I find enough odds and ends for a mixed set.  Next week my "old-people's check" will be in the bank and I may head over to the LQS for a couple more pieces I spotted after I'd cut the ones I bought.  Will get pictures posted soon.

Nola

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Gerda
Posted 2009-10-12 12:08 PM (#34402 - in reply to #34201)
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Annette, I sure hope DH is better really soon! It's no fun being sick!

Gerda
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bjhuff
Posted 2009-10-12 9:34 PM (#34443 - in reply to #34201)
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Count me in on this one as well I will do One set and I as well would like the pattern for this quilt and do you have my imppormation that is needed.

Betty jo
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scrapatches
Posted 2009-10-12 11:12 PM (#34448 - in reply to #34201)
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Annette ... sorry to hear your DH has not been well ... I hope he is a feeling much better soon ...

Barb, Colleen and Betty Jo ... welcome to the swap!

I will all you all to the list.

I will also be starting the album although for now I have only my "sample" fabrics to add.  Many of these are only fat quarters or are set aside for another project so I shall be doing some shop hopping soon ...  

One swapper had a question about a fabric that had a small amount of black in the background.  I told her this would be okay.  I expect we will be seeing some black lines in some of the prints for definition and that is fine, but please chose fabrics that are predominantly red/green/cream and gold  ... clear as mud?   Pat 

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Dorian
Posted 2009-10-13 8:43 AM (#34451 - in reply to #34201)
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Woohoo, please up my sets to 3 Ms Pat
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bobtailcat
Posted 2009-10-13 11:45 AM (#34460 - in reply to #34201)
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<p>Me too, Annette - I'm planning some shopping on the road. Ron and I are headed East on Saturday to visit my mom and then play on the Outer Banks for a couple of days. There's a really nice LQS not too far from my mother's house (and I just got word that in December they're moving to a new location - even closer - yippee!), so I'm pretty sure I can drop in there. And who knows what I might find in Carolina - I'm going to Google it directly and find out! I love Christmas fabric. </p><p>Barb</p>

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SallyC
Posted 2009-10-13 1:35 PM (#34466 - in reply to #34201)
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Let me start with 3. can anyone tell me how may 10 packs you can fit in one Priority mail envelope (and still have room for return envelop!!)?????
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misisipimenace
Posted 2009-10-13 2:06 PM (#34467 - in reply to #34466)
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sally, it'll depend on how much of the air you get out of the plastic bags, but on the americana swap, i think i got 3 sets plus a little "hostess gift" for nola and of course my return envelope into the priority mail envelope.  i might've been able to squeeze in a 4th set - all i can say is try before you seal it up.

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