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Thursday, April 29, 2010

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victoria

Great job! Hope you're recovering well. I'm praying for you.

Victoria

Susan

Love your blocks, and hope you are recovering well! Take care! :)

Tammy

I hope you are feeling better.As I tell Chris if you are back on the computer then you are feeling lots better.For you I see it is the sewing machine!.

Nice interview of Hannah.You are one of the few people I know who had/has the dad do some of the teaching.I think it is good for both parents to do the teaching because it is part of parenting which every one shares.

Cassie

You inspire me. I enjoy sewing when I buckle down and get to it.

Hope you are recovering well!

Val

Your Jelly roll samplers are just gorgeous Deb, I haven't a photo of my last three yet, I am waiting for someone with a camera! But I got mixed up with block 5 and my little pieces I didn't reverse and so my shape isn't as it should be, but I reckon in the end no-one but me will know!
I hope you enjoy Dottie Angel, and perhaps take up her challenge!
Blessings!
Val

Cindi

I love the material for these blocks!

Kathie

Glad to see our prayers were answered positively! Enjoy recuperating.

I need to get together with my friend Husqvarna to get some dresses made. I love that block #4! Did you have to cut out all those differently-sized strips or make one size and cut off the excess?

I enjoyed Hannah's interview and forwarded that post to many young friends who are searching for good role models. Thank you for taking the long road and raising your children to be a blessing to all of us.

Anna

Beautiful! Especially like the block #4. So glad to hear that you're getting caught up! :)

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