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Tuesday, December 29, 2009

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Julie

Oh MY! That is one lucky sister! I can tell that she loved it. I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas. Thank you for your card. We enjoyed "seeing" you all again.~Julie

Leslie From VA

You did a superb job!

I can tell by the picture that Bet loved it! Her smile makes all of the work worth it, doesn't it?

I think you like that adrenaline rush of getting it made at the last minute, my friend. Wouldn't coffee work just as well??? *wink*

Susan Ramey Cleveland

I haven't visited in a while, so I've been catching up on all your decorations and holiday doings. I love the quilt, and know you sister does too. I'm sure you'll miss having your mom around for the next couple of months. But I guess you have to share the wealth. Happy New Year to all the family, Deb.

Chris

YAH!!! Good job Deb!..and with "plenty" of time to spare...:) lol I know Bet was so happy for you to finally make a quilt that wasn't for "strangers". :) Does that pattern call for one or two layer cakes? I have a Mary Englebright layer cake :)and thought I could use that pattern ? What do you think?

Sorry you will be without your mom for a while...maybe we could meet for lunch...FINALLY!! :)

victoria

Wonderful job Deb! I seriously doubt your sister will forget to take her quilt home either. I know you will miss granny but she might enjoy a little warmer climate for a bit. :)
Have a happy New Year.

Victoria

Susan

It's gorgeous, Deb!!! I know your sister won't forget that when she goes back! ;) I agree with you that she probably won't forget to take Granny either, though! You two ladies are a blessing to your mother.

I've seen that quilt pattern, and I actually ran across the post you mentioned the other day. I love the bags she made from the scraps.

Have a great week!

Linda Murphy

Very nice quilt Deb! I'm glad you posted this, the ladies in our little church want to get together to make a quilt for another lady in our church who had a stroke recently. (You can see Cynthia's progress here http://cynthiavc.blogspot.com/ if you are moved to pray for her), and this gives us a simple, but nice idea for a quilt design. Do you mind if I copy your picture and send it to my friends (I'll link your blog)?

Kathie

We love the quilt!! Very pleasing to the eye. I am glad that browns are back. And yes...it is obvious to all that Bet is not gonna forget her quilt!

My Dad told Anna last week that he was the only person left that she hadn't made a quilt for...so she got busy and started cutting and sewing. On Christmas afternoon three of us were handstitching the binding onto it for the 4 pm gift exchange. Whew! But it was worth the look on my Dad's face.

Glad you got lots of snow. Looks like you may get even more tonight.

Enjoy!

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