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Rodezzy, Fiber Artist
That doll is so cute (so is the person holding him) & I love the quilts. That's the first sewing machine quilt where someone has actually placed material under the pressure feet - very creative & way nicer than just the plain sewing machines. Thanks so much for sharing!
Such a talented bunch! Thanks again for posting all these pictures. Just love em' all. Cathy
Glad to share.
you are so talanted and get a lot done.
i love the sewing machine quilt with the mini quilts.
Those are not my quilts, they were made by members of my quilting guild. But thanks for the cudo's anyway. I have done a few this year. Saw a cousin who asked me last Thanksgiving for quilts for the kids. I made the tops, but didn't finish. I saw her yesterday and she teased me about the quilts. I told her I would have them finished by the end of October, and I will. That's four lap quilts. I'll post when finished.
Hey Rodezzy ...my talented friend within a group of talented friends in a city I love ...; please keep posting pictures. They are fabulous, and please share all of our delight with your friends, OK?
I liked them all, but absolutely loved the quilt, "Lady in a Hat". It reminded me of a painting a friend did for me called: "Cup of Tea with the Girls". It is so special for many reason, and that one quilt you shared got me to thinking: Wouldn't it be fun if I did a quilt that resembled the photo that I cherish so much? I'll just have to think about that and put it on my list of projects.
Thanks again, Ro ...and please keep the photos coming. You ...and your photos ...are an inspiration - truly, a real inspiration.
Wow, thanks. I've been just full of sharing this year. You guys inspire that sharing. I love it. You also keep me working and doing stuff. I've realized a lot of projects because of your inspirating and belief in me at this site and my other guild members. Thanks to everyone and I love all the great things I've seen, enjoyed and experienced on "Gatherings" Love it!
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