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Tuesday, January 10, 2012

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Aunt Bet

Wahh. I want Sarah to teach me how to quilt! I like scraps! Tell her that she needs to plan a week-long quilting retreat this summer and invite me!!!! ;-)

Tammy

That looks like an awesome book! I wish my library had it!

victoria

Interesting book. My daughter was sewing today and our dogs took advantage of the scraps to chew them up!

Victoria

Stephanie in Mi

Dealing with scraps is always an interesting challenge. It was one of my goals for last year, and I've made a little progress on it!

Val

Hello again, I ABSOLUTELY LOVE SCRAPS. I really do, I find it more challenging and interesting to do "something" with a pile of scraps than to have a pile of yardage :0)
I must look out for the book at Waterstones. Speaking of which I like to see the books that you are reading, it encourages me to look for them too. I am a keen John MacArthur reader/listener, and that is thanks to you, way back ...... what a blessing that has been to me.
Be encouraged :0)
Bless you, Val xx Berkshire UK

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