Thursday, March 3, 2011

Thank you and Welcome

I want to Welcome everyone stopping by from Sew We Quilt @ Stash Manicure! It was a nice surprise to wake up this morning to lots of comments and ideas!!

And I wanted to thank all my regular readers, bee ladies, and Flickr friends for the support you have given me to make this AIDS Walk quilt for the fundraiser!  You can read HERE about my project if you might be interested in donating a cross block!

My kids are helping me with the layout of the blocks...I think we might be playing with these for a few days.


38 comments:

  1. Thank you for the idea over at Stash Manicure. As I wrote there, this is perfect for me right now.

    Wanda
    http://wandas-quilts-crafts.blogspot.com/

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  2. Good Morning, I like your ideal over at stash manicure and I'm a follower of you.

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  3. I loved your project over on SM this morning! How do you find time to quilt with two little cuties under your care? Good for you! I must try your technique. My scrap basket grows overnight and I haven't figured out how yet...

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  4. Saw you at Stash Manicure. You did a great job with your scraps.

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  5. Like I said at Stash Manicure, I love Reds, you you must agree with me seeing your blocks on the floor there. Cute kids too!

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  6. I think the kids are doing a fine job on block layout - are they for hire? Willing to sent them to MN? Saw you on Stash Manicure - love working with scraps, but sometimes you feel they are multiplying while you are sleeping!

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  7. Love your cute assistants! Reminds me of the days....thanks for a great post at Stash Manicure. And thanks for having a giveaway of awesome thread! (hope I can win!)
    I'm a follower now!
    Jacque in SC
    quiltnsrep(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  8. Great post today over at SM! Really loved your idea for using scraps. Your new "fat quarter" is beautiful! I'll be posting tomorrow at SM, so be sure to come back then. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  9. Found you via Stash Manicure!
    I'm off for a look around!

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  10. The "fat quarter" on SM looks like a great floor pillow to me. Or couch pillow. Or bed pillow.

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  11. great use of scraps. will give it a try sometime!!!!

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  12. Thanks for a great post on So We Quilt. I enjoyed looking at all your scraps and your scrappy quilt. I have always wanted to make a cross quilt, looking at your cross quilt inspires me to get my scraps out and get busy.

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  13. Oh, it looks great! I'm so glad I could be a (very small) part of it! : )

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  14. That will make a gorgeous scrap quilt! Thanks for sharing, and for the chance to win!

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  15. Lovely blog! Glad to have found you!

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  16. Ooh this is so exciting, look at all those blocks! Can't wait to see the finished product :-) ♥

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  17. I saw you over at Stash Manicure. Liked your idea. I love using up my scraps.

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  18. I love your 'new' piece of fabric. I am wondering what you will do with it!!! I stopped by from Stash Manicure. Thanks for a great guest blog!

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  19. Thanks for your post at Stash Manicure.

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  20. Love, love love your posting at stash manicure! What a great idea, the finished product reminds me of the quilts made by homesteaders, where every scrap of materia was so very precious!
    My dominant colours seem to be reds and oranges with blue bring up the rear!
    marie

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  21. Thanks for the great write-up at Stash Manicure. Your created "fabric" is not in my colours at all - but I just love it!

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  22. I liked the piece you made and showed us at Stash Manicure. Very pretty.

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  23. YOU are a hit..see...a small idea can grow..thank you for being a great guest.

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  24. I found you from Stash Manicure. It was a great post! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  25. Love the inspiring blog at Stash Mani. The colors were so vibrant makes me want to get out my scraps and get sewing.

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  26. Enjoyed your post at SM. Thanks for a chance in your giveaway.

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  27. Great post. Thank you for the idea of sewing pieces into fabric.

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  28. Enjoyed your informative post on Stash Manicure and the Kaffe "found" fabric ideas. Thank you for the opportunity to enter your giveaway. Hope to see you again at the SM blog.

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  29. I enjoyed your post on Stash Manicure. I love scrap quilts! Thanks for the giveaway and a chance to win.
    lraetaylor@gmail.com

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  30. Love to use up those scraps! But they seem to multiply as we sleep!

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  31. I loved your post over at Stash Manicure ...such a great way to use up scraps. Thanks for the idea ...now I'm off to make some scraps I can sew together. :)

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  32. This is my first visit to your blog --- but I will be back --- those babies are too, too cute!!
    quiltschon@att.net

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  33. Thanks for the Stash Manicure post. I love scraps.
    I like the Aids Walk quilt and the cute little helpers.

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  34. Wow Jenny -- I went and read your post -- looks like a great idea! Looks like you've got lots of great quilt blocks -- I'm just made a note to self for the weekend!

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  35. Hi, from the Stash Manicure post :D Your idea for scraps is great! One could do the same with using a monochromatic theme--that would be a great way to create 'new' fabrics to use in applique or.....

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  36. The cross quilt is really coming together. Thanks for posting a photo... it was fun to see the ones I donated mixed in amongst the others.

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  37. Looks so good! Girl one of our group members accidentally sent me their blocks. I will send them to you. Just wanted you to know!

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