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April 09, 2012

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Candace

I'm so sorry to hear about Grandpa! I wish him a speedy recovery so he can get in to his cottage - sounds like a place I would love to live in! You've got me so tempted to do a winding ways, Nicole - I've always loved the color and design play in them! I actually finished that BOM and love it! Good choice!
Cheers!

Sarah N

Hope your FIL is ok!

Can't wait to see your BOM progress. I joined Judy's 2012 UFO challenge over at www.patchworktimes.com to hopefully make a dent in the pile. This month's project is a BOM that me and two friends have been doing. The top is together and now I need to quilt it!

Thanks for your daily inspiration!

AnnieO

Poor Grandpa! Oh, man, that stinks, just when he was going to move. Hope he mends okay.

Love the Winding Ways!

I've only ever ordered one BOM, and yep, it is not finished either :)

Jocelyn

Oh wow I think I still have the last one you listed. I've got to get that finished up :-( I LOVE the fabrics.

Jennifer

Oh I'm so glad you picked that BOM ... I've been waiting to see how it comes along. I wish I had been a fan of FQS back when they offered it, I would have certainly gotten it as well.

As I go through my own tough times, my mother likes to say to me ... "This too shall pass...". It really kind of annoys me, but she is right. Your Dad will get through this and enjoy his new home when it is time. All the best!

Mary on Lake Pulaski

Winding Ways is so beautiful in blues Nicole. Hope Grandpa can move to his cottage soon - it sounds lovely.
Go BOM!!

JaneN

I love your Winding Ways Quilt. This is one of my favorite quilt block and I love color blue. I already made a Winding Ways Quilt which is residing at my daughter's house. I guess I will have to make another one and this time make it in blues and whites. I hope Grandpa will have a speedy recovery and soon will be able to live in that lovely cottage by the golf course.
JaneN

JaneN

I love your Winding Ways Quilt. This is one of my favorite quilt block and I love color blue. I already made a Winding Ways Quilt which is residing at my daughter's house. I guess I will have to make another one and this time make it in blues and whites. I hope Grandpa will have a speedy recovery and soon will be able to live in that lovely cottage by the golf course.
JaneN

Barbara Anne

What a shame about Grandpa's injured knee! Bless his heart and other parts, especially that knee. I hope the doctor had some unexpected good news about what happened to the knee and that the recovery will be quick and sure.

Will you take and post photos of the cottage, pretty please?!

Love the Winding Ways quilt and may have to put this quilt on my to-do list, but clearly I'd need the templates.

Have fun choosing which BOM to make during this worthy challenge. You probably cannot go wrong no matter which you choose.

Hugs!

CarlaHR

Hope Grandpa recovers quickly so that he can enjoy his new home - sounds lovely. We too face a golf course and it is like being in the country while having access to all the conveniences nearby. Just one warning, tell him to be careful about golf balls - I've been hit and it hurts!!!
I love your winding ways but the circles make my eyes go wonky.

ina

Oh Nicole, I am so sorry to hear about your FIL and his knee. Hopefully, it won't require anything more than rest. Poor guy.

I LOVE the secondary pattern on the quilt! It is just so beautiful!

I avoid BOMs like the plague! They are so beautiful and inticing but I have SO MANY projects already waiting to be finished. We could start a REHAB group for UFOs.

You produce so much...don't be too hard on yourself. You really do produce. That's what I keep reminding myself. I do produce...just not fast enough! ;p

xo from me to you.

Jean

I actually finished the BOM you chose to do. (She says with four or five more in boxes yet to do!)

Poor Gramps! I feel so bad for you and him. Once in a while my hubs falls and I just call 911 and request a non-emergency non-sirens screaming lift assist. Works just fine and the firemen are always very nice (and cute!). Such is life.....

sillysally

Oh dear, poor Grandpa. Hope it is nothing serious, so that a little rest is all he needs. I'm sure he'll just love his new little cottage with a view.

Jan

Your poor father-in-law! I'm sure he's very disappointed and upset after being so close to moving into that cottage! Hope he mends soon and can enjoy his new home!
Your blocks are coming together so nicely! You're on a roll!

Jennifer

Sorry to hear about Grandpa, but hope he recovers soon. I had to laugh at you BOM choices - for me, all the blocks are done, but they are just languishing waiting to be put in a top! Someday I will get to them....maybe ;)

Wendy

Oh my! How sad for Grandpa. I am sure he was looking forward to his new place, but hopefully he will heal up quickly. I am LOVING your winding ways...I have searched for my pattern and can't put my hands on it yet, but I'll continue to look. Already started searching my greens!

shelly

Poor Grandpa! Gosh that's scary having a leg break so easily.

I hope he makes a speedy recovery!

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