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October 24, 2017


Barbara Anne

Applause, applause: good progress despite adversity! Love the fabrics, too. :)


Tracey Holzer

So nice! I have that runner photo saved, but I didn't know the name of it or who designed I know! Our forecast here is for two warmer days then the temperature drops to around the freezing mark. Its always a shock to the system! LOL Take care.

Mary Kastner

It will be awesome. Love, love, love this pattern. I cannot tell you how many times I have looked at making this one. She does love flying geese!


Nancy Watkins

Always loved that pattern. Wishing for a speedy fix for your machine. Because of you I am going to try one the Bloc Loc next time I make flying geese. Your Rhubarb Crisp will look smashing!

Janet O.

That will be gorgeous on your table!
I have that same little flying geese ruler, and I agree that if you have to do a lot of FG that size, it is worth it.


Glad that one your sewing machines is working again. I love flying geese but it always takes so long to make them. Hope your Bernina is back with you soon but perhaps it would be best if you then bring your seond Bernina in for service too.


Your flying geese look great, but they always do! It's good that you also don't mind making a ga-zillion of them! Speaking of rhubarb reminds me that I still have a couple of bags in the freezer. Rhubarb Crisp sounds really good right about now!


Jo's pattern are so fun to work on. I'm slowly collecting some of the flying geese Bloc-Loc rulers. Trimming them makes sewing so much easier. Glad you got one machine to corporate.


Love your progress so far! Do you have a go to source for your rulers? I hate paying shipping for just one small thing.

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