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Tuesday, August 13, 2013


Bev C

Hello Deb,

Love that photo of you resting and watching your fabric, you look so happy. I have a sewing room but things tend to come out and occupy the dinner table.

Happy days.


Deb have you read the Elm Creek Quilt books? I think you'd enjoy them.


Deb I love the blocks you are doing and I can't wait to see the quilt. Your living room is a nice big space to work in and so full of sun light!


Hi Deb! Love the blocks, they look fabulous! I'm learning to quilt, too, just a newbie myself. I don't have any pictures or blog posts, but I usually sew in the kitchen. It's good sized so I put my machine at one end of the kitchen table and leave it there until I need to put it away. With only my hubby at home now, it's working. :)

Amy, a redeemed sheep

I used to have everything set up in my living room. If i had to set up and tear down, I don't know that I would sew very much. I am very grateful to have my own space. =)

Your blocks are beautiful!!


I was looking at your post with our 2 year old, and she pointed at the picture of you with the fabric and starting yelling "GRANDMA!!! That's my Grandma!! I'll kiss you on the 'puter screen" Side note, there is no physical resemblance to her must look like a good grandmother to have:)

Brenda Nuland

I just followed all your boards on Pinterest, which is very rare as I seldom find someone that I enjoy everyone of their boards. I can't say I'm surprised, though. ;)

In a former home, we had a formal dining room that had DOOORS on it (the only thing I miss about that house a lot!). It was my sewing room, homeschooling room, home office, and occasionally even used for nice dinners.

Still tweaking my study/creativity room.

Lisa Spivey

How nice you can sew and still be a part of your wonderful family's activities, instead of being sequestered off by yourself. Love your quilt blocks and the fabrics you chose! Hope you have fully recovered from the fall. Great stash!


What a colorful array of fabric blocks. Love the colors you chose for your recent project and glad you are back up and around.


Connie H

Nice photos! I love being organized and having a dedicated place to sew is quite the luxury too. Now I need to get myself in that space and get to work, huh. This summer has had so many distractions that my sewing has gone into hibernation. Perhaps autumn will bring lots of leisurely sewing time. :) xoc

Susan Ramey Cleveland

Love those red and white blocks! How blessed you are to have a sweet daughter or organize your fabrics.

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