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September 03, 2014

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Mary Kastner

It is really pretty. I have never been brave enough to try machine appliqué but I do think your hints would help me a lot. yes, I sent Carrie a note. Such a sad time for her . Rosie seemed like such a wonderful companion. have a good one.

Mary

Kathy ... aka Nana

Thanks for the tips. I'd like to learn to do that ... someday.

Oh no! Poor Carrie ... she must be heartbroken ... I know I am. I loved Rosie (and Carrie's patterns).

Barbara Anne

LOVE your Idaho Lily blocks!! Applause, applause!!

Thanks for the tips and machine settings for this invisible applique technique.

Deep sympathy to Carrie in the loss of her beloved and faithful friend Rosie. Our sweet kids with and without fur are just irreplaceable.

Hugs!

Lisa D.

Your Idaho Lilly turned out great, Nicole! I've yet to look at mine since we got home. So sad to know this will be our last year for the Buggy Barn. And even sadder about Carrie's beloved Rosie. :(

Sinta Renee

I am making lots of notes... I have more than one applique projects waiting for me... but I am just so darn nervous about it!

Rebecca

Thanks for the tips, your Idaho Lily turned out great. Yes, I had heard about Rosie and am still torn up about it. She was such a beautiful companion.

Mary Flynn

Love this! It matches my home!

Beverly

Your Idaho Lilly turned out very nice! Thank you for the tips.

Very sad about Rosie. Will miss hearing about her and seeing her pictures. A difficult time for Carrie. :-(

Buggy Barn is closing?

Anita

Love your lily! So sad about Rosie, she seemed like the sweetest dog.

Diane Linford

Your applique looks great. And I love the fabric.

Jeanna

Your Idaho Lilly is beautiful. My machine isn't playing very nice with the monofilament threads...my older machine had absolutely no issues with it.

I'm so sorry to hear about Rosie...it's heartbreaking to lose our furry family members. I'll say a prayer for Carrie.

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