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Creamy Neutral Layer Cake Swap 2011
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Gerda
Posted 2011-01-01 1:56 PM (#54851 - in reply to #54365)
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Me, too!! Please!
I'm feeling a bit better today - just had some toast, but taking it easy - tummy still feels "off", but the headache's gone for now.

Gerda
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debbieann
Posted 2011-01-01 2:41 PM (#54853 - in reply to #54365)
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oh so glad you like it. Makes me feel happy.......................... that is a nice feeling given the day. lol

It is my design. I have it printed and is available as a pattern. The one LQS carries it here. PM me if you want and we can work it out.


Hugs and stitches

Debbieann

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scrapatches
Posted 2011-01-01 10:03 PM (#54866 - in reply to #54853)
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Debbieann ... me, too!!    ... I would love to buy a copy of your pattern .... you clever gal ... you never told us that your LQS sells your patterns ...

Milica ... what a warm-fuzzy hug of a quilt! ...

I had such a busy week I did not have time to go fabric shopping yet ... I "resolve" to change that in the new year ... lol!

  Pat

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sew__n__so
Posted 2011-01-02 5:27 PM (#54905 - in reply to #54365)
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Here are the neutrals I picked. Anyone have the same??

Midge W



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scraphappydenise
Posted 2011-01-02 6:29 PM (#54912 - in reply to #54365)
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Pick me! Pick me!

Debbieann= I also would like to purchase a copy of your spin scraps quilt....

I'd be happy to send you the money, I already feel like I got a huge bargain with the Vegas quilt.... and you should get paid for your work.....

I'd even pay for a pdf copy that I could download, and save you the paper and postage..... just let me know...

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Annette
Posted 2011-01-03 8:11 AM (#54929 - in reply to #54912)
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Milica, really nice quilt. Your daughter is so lucky. The neutrals worked out wonderfully!

Debbieann, an outstanding quilt! Ladies, I was the lucky recipient of 2 of Debbieann's patterns when she came to visit Las Vegas. She is so very talented and we haven't seen nothin' yet....I'm sure!

Miss Pat, I did make it to a LQS yesterday. The one Debbieann and I visited. They have sold the business and had a New Year's Sale of 30% off. Long story short, I got there about noon and half their inventory was gone! They had been totally swamped when they opened and were still very busy, but not much to look at. I did find 1 piece.

Guess I will have to travel to Henderson and Boulder City next weekend ... it is a tough break, but one I must make (lol). I love this excuse....

Wow Midge, thank you for the picture. The one I found doesn't look like any of the one's in the photo. I will get an album started.

Annette
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Dorian
Posted 2011-01-03 8:31 AM (#54931 - in reply to #54365)
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That is a darling quilt Debbieann!!! Great job!
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debbieann
Posted 2011-01-03 8:33 AM (#54932 - in reply to #54365)
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Oh my goodness, Annette........

That was a large store we visited together.

However i do inderstand the trip to Boulder City   

Ladies it is an awesome store as well. Fiddlesticks........

 

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scrapatches
Posted 2011-01-03 3:19 PM (#54952 - in reply to #54365)
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Midge ... lovely neutrals ...

Annette ... sounds like a   frantic frenzy of fabric fondlers decended on that quilt shop   ... good cause for a shop hopping road trip ...  

I did not get any fabric shopping in over the weekend.  My shop hopping plans shall have to wait until this Saturday and/or Sunday.  We did pick up the new living room furniture last Friday morning that was my "family gift" for Christmas.  We really needed a new sofa as the old one was 20 years old and very worn out.  New Year's Day we had an open brunch for family and friends.  We also packed away almost all our holiday decorations.  So I have been very busy ... all in a good way ...  

I did find some nice neutrals in my stash from which I may slice a few layers ...   

... still trying to decide if I can part with them ... Pat



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sew__n__so
Posted 2011-01-03 6:22 PM (#54963 - in reply to #54365)
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As long as these neutrals are not duplicates, I will get these washed and cut, and sent out!

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Midge W
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Annette
Posted 2011-01-04 8:24 PM (#55017 - in reply to #54963)
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Midge, I have not received any neutrals, so it's first come, first served ... sew-to-speak!

Annette
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Annette
Posted 2011-01-08 10:26 AM (#55119 - in reply to #55017)
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Finally, I went shopping last night and found several pieces. Now to clean my sewing room, or at least 'creatively restack' so I can see if I have a few more pieces today. Then I will take a picture and post my choices. Anyone with pictures to share out there?

You have until the 15th to sign-up for this swap, so we are ready for more people ... and more layers

Annette
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scrapatches
Posted 2011-01-08 8:54 PM (#55143 - in reply to #54365)
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I have piccies!

I have 8 sets ... um ... right now ... may try to whistle up a scrappy set or two from my stash to add to these ...

I do not think the details in the fabrics will be very clear in these photos. I will wash the ones I just picked up yesterday and cut and let you know when they are in the mail, Annette ....   Pat





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debbieann
Posted 2011-01-08 11:56 PM (#55150 - in reply to #54365)
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Oh I can sort of see the patterns in them. Very nice.

Annette it is like I mentioned over on the batik thread. I'd love to play but circumstances ar going to make it difficult. One getting to a LQS. We had snow today - 6" - just wonderful. Ass to that cold, meds( are a little stronger) and the IV gets to cold. If I did get them the movements of preparing them is ratrher hard on the IV arm. I still have the little sucker (LOL) for 13 days.

Next time I will be able tp play.

Hug and stitches

Debbieann
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Annette
Posted 2011-01-09 10:55 AM (#55164 - in reply to #55150)
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I got the first layers in the mail yesterday! Rebecca, your's arrived and are wonderful!

Pat, I love the pictures! Great looking choices!

Yesterday, I raided part of my stash and found some batiks! and some neutrals. On to the rest of the stash today.

Debbieann, I did do some catching up on activities in the discussion thread. I'm sorry you won't be joining us, but please follow us along. I love your ideas and suggestions. I'm sorry about you leg not cooperating. I thought it was on the mend when you were here and I just wish there was something we could do to help out. Be well, my friend, we're all thinking about you.

Annette
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