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Grandpa in hospital by Sandy Foster
In article , Debra wrote: My grandpa is in the hospital. My mom found him jaundiced this morning and took him to the ER. I don't know what he has yet, but they will run tests in the morning. I am very worried. ...
December 14th 05 01:45 AM
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OT flat stanley wants to visit Australia by judy in fort worth
I know that another ng member has recently posted this same request so please don't flame me! The third grade students at my school also do the Flat Stanley project. They are getting fairly good responses with their letters but they are interested in finding out what Australia is like. Would any...
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December 14th 05 01:39 AM
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having a quilt made by Sara Lorimer
A friend of mine wants to have a quilt made. Her mother died this year, and she'd like to have some of her mom's clothes turned into a queen-sized (more or less) quilt. Any ideas of what she could expect to pay someone to do this for her? I know there are a lot of variables, but if I could give her...
December 14th 05 12:54 AM
by Sara Lorimer Go to last post
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OT - Family SNAPSHOT by LN \(remove NOSPAM\)
Have you ever been in the presence of your family and thought "Mental Snapshot"? As Christmas approaches, I've been making jewelry for friends/co-workers. My dd, Chelsea (now 14) has been sitting with me and making some for her friends. She's very talented. Right now I'm on the couch catching up...
December 14th 05 12:37 AM
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Ugly swap - still time by quilter
Hi everyone, Just a quick note to let you know that there is still time to get me your fabric for the "uglies swap", but not much...please get all fabric to me by December 15. Feel free to email me with any questions. Lynn
December 14th 05 12:37 AM
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something to share --Box Templates by nzlstar*
http://www.ruthannzaroff.com/mirkwooddesigns/templates.htm this is the link to the makers of the templates on paperzone. more of them on this page. i've seen these before but havent tried them with fabric. perhaps as quilted covered boxes somehow? they are very cute and ever so clever....
December 14th 05 12:33 AM
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which batting??? by Susan Torrens
Make sure to follow the minimum quilting requirements that are printed on the batting packages. You don't want the batting to shift or come apart. Some battings allow lots of space between quilting lines, while others do not. "claudia" wrote in...
December 13th 05 11:33 PM
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Hope it is okay to post this e-mail I received overnight. by Phyllis Nilsson
I've sent a few quilts and some other things to this lady when Katrian hit. They arrived after the had also been hit by Hurricane Rita. This is a thank you and update, and her request for your opinions on what to do next. Her e-mail address is Dear Friends: Don't know if I...
December 13th 05 10:52 PM
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Grandpa in hospital by Kate Dicey
Debra wrote: My grandpa is in the hospital. My mom found him jaundiced this morning and took him to the ER. I don't know what he has yet, but they will run tests in the morning. I am very worried. Please, keep him in your thoughts. Thank you. Debra in VA See my quilts at ...
December 13th 05 10:45 PM
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Which pen for signing? by Polly Esther
It's been what? three days? and our son-in-law is still sitting with his Hug. He takes breaks for trivia like work and bathing but will just hardly put his quilt down. I'm told the dear man has admired 'and' read and re-read his blocks many times. It's nearly impossible for me to hold this to...
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December 13th 05 10:03 PM
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HUGs Delivered by Chipper
Very sweet, Teri. I'm betting your Grandma will really enjoy looking at those beautiful colors. I was really wowed by them in the pic, so they must be wonderful in person! Your Grandpa looked very pleased, and you're right, the quilt really did look bright and cheerful in the room. It's nice...
December 13th 05 09:26 PM
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HUGs Delivered by desert quilter
Absolutely beautiful quilts, Teri. Very cheerful. I know your grandparents will enjoy looking at them and feel loved--even if your grandma's dementia prevents her from remembering everything about the quilt. Michelle in NV
December 13th 05 09:21 PM
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HUGs Delivered by Sandy Foster
In article [email protected], "Terbear" wrote: We delivered the HUGs to my grandparents Sunday. They are in two different locations, so it was a very long day. Grandma, who has dementia, thanked me for the quilt before I left, which made me happy that...
December 13th 05 09:12 PM
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still here.... just really busy by Christina in Ok
haven't had time to do much of anything but sew, and I still am way behind.. even fell farther behind because I had an order of 6 aprons to sew up, but they are now finished.. now I have just some fleece to sew up, 4 pants to make and an thrash can for under my sewing machine.. then Work on the...
December 13th 05 09:10 PM
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Grandpa in hospital by Melissa in NJ
((((HUGS)))) Melissa in NJ
December 13th 05 08:25 PM
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Grandpa in hospital by Bobbie Sews Moore
Prayers heading your way! Barbara in SC
December 13th 05 07:45 PM
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CHOCOLATE and tangled thread by Estelle Gallagher
I have my grandads old piece of bees wax and use that.It works for me. Estelle uk "Just Judy" wrote in message ... CHOCOLATE! -- just to keep OT Now that I have your attention, my king-size Quilt from Hades is coming...
December 13th 05 07:25 PM
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HUGs Delivered by hfw
Those are wonderful! Bet they brighten the days as well as the rooms... --Heidi Plattsburgh (UPstate) NY http://community.webshots.com/user/rabbit2b --
December 13th 05 07:21 PM
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HUGs Delivered by quilter
That's great Teri. Well done, and thank you for sharing the photos!! -Lynn
December 13th 05 06:27 PM
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CHOCOLATE and tangled thread by Patti S
Judy Try using shorter lengths of thread. That should help. I'm also one of those that swears by beeswax. Run your thread through it once or twice, and you will be amazed at the difference. Also, I turn my work upside down every now and then, and let it unwind naturally. Hope this helps.... good...
December 13th 05 06:04 PM
by Teacher Gal Go to last post
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