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June 07, 2012

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Barbara Anne

Love the quilt and the charming mug rugs! I enjoy seasonal fabrics, too.

FIL had a stroke yesterday and is in the hospital but he seems to have already made an astonishing recovery to near normal (for him). We thought he was a goner at 5p yesterday, so things are going pretty well so far.

Hugs!

Wendy

Well aren't you clever! What a lovely hostess gift; if your friends know they will be on the receiving end of such a lovely gift you will be showered with invites! Smart cookie!
I really must keep this in mind...

Jocelyn

Love your Prairie Paisley quilt!! I have some of that line, and one day I hope to make something just as pretty.

Mary Kastner

Very cute. I was thinking about your new selling opportunity. How about napkins? Sets of four for everyday use. Just a thought.

Mary

Pam

Maybe time to go scouting for the mugs!!

Linda Smith

What size are these rug blocks? And do you use batting and do any quilting on them? They are such a clever idea.
Linda

ina

I KNOW! The scraps from quilts I've made HAUNT me! Are you still selling them in SIL's winery gift shop?

Sharon

Great project, I love this fabric line

Deb A

I made a king size quilt out of that fabric line too! Loved it and I've nearly used up all my scraps from that line. The mug rugs are cute!

Janet

I love that Prairie Paisley line. I was sewing with some scraps of it this afternoon too. Your quilt is wonderful!!

Jan

And a mighty pretty mug rug 'factory' it is! Don't you feel even better knowing you're using stash & scraps and it's not costing you any money to produce them?! (never mind that you had to pay for the fabric at one time or other)! Hope you were able to sneak some sewing in while Baby E snoozed/cat-napped!

Lisa D.

I still love my Paisley Parade quilt, and the fact that we worked on it together. I'm sad that my new work space, despite the wonderful windows, has no space for my PP quilt. I enjoyed coming to work and seeing it in my cubicle.

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