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Sunday, March 17, 2019

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Tammy C

Glad you enjoyed a day just for you.Sounds like you were very busy.Have fun making a quilt for Hannah.

One of my favorites is Be Thou My Vision.Irish music is good to listening with lots of flutes.

Barbara J.

Really enjoyed the Irish music, along with your quilt pictures. We had a St. Patrick's Day luncheon after church on Sunday with some Irish music. We had a harp, tin whistle, fiddle and bodhran. Our church organist is very talented.

Pattie W

My favorite hymn is "Be Thou My Vision" so I thoroughly enjoyed Jonathan's musical duet number with his Dad playing guitar. Also, your beautiful quilts. Thanks for posting. I shared this on my Facebook page. I am enjoying reading your blog and as I have time going back and reading previous posts. Keep blogging.

Chris

Great job!! How fun to quilt on National quilt day, I love the way these blocks are turning out, Great choice of fabric Jonathan! ;) Will you have it long-arm quilted or are you going to try and do it yourself? What about backing ? minkie or cotton? Decisions decisions! LOL
I was able to hear Tom and Jonathan playing on the Instagram post, sounded so pretty.

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