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Karen Schultz

Hi Marian, I just love reading your blog and being inspired by you. I too am doing Pam's sew along and will be working on mine today! Have a super fun sewing day and please feel better!! Karen

Ann in PA

Oh Marian, Your blog is full of wonderful eye candy. I love everything!
You said your are a few weeks behind....you are WAY ahead of me. LOL
You have really been busy with swaps...I love Sue's sweet basket quilt and her Patriotic gift to you is perfect with it's friendship star blocks. Can't wait to see what you do with the churn dash blocks. You finished the May & June Challenges AND my swap quilt...ooh I can't wait to see it....thank you for the peek. I will LOVE it! Hugs, Ann


I absolutely love the little basket quilt you made for Sue - it is adorable! And, of course I love the little patriotic quilt Sue made for you - I love all things patriotic!
Looking forward to seeing what you do with your CD blocks! Your choice of fabrics for your blocks you swapped out are really nice I really like them. I need to find another word for "love" because I keep repeating myself here! But, I love the crinkly vintage look of your challenge quilts. You and I have so much in common when it comes to our quilts, except you get things done! I get things started, but, don't get them finished! The things I do get done, I really like, just wish I got more "finished"!
I too am participating in Pam's Market Day Sew~Along, just the bigger size for now - have been thinking of doing the smaller version in all reds and white, but, I want to see what the overall look is first.
Once again: I "love" all your projects and thank you for sharing with us. HUGS... and stitches Christie

p.s. We really have a lot in common!!!: I suffered the whole month of September with Vertigo and it really took it's toll on me. And here in March my computer got a virus and wiped my whole computer clean!!! I lost all the pictures I had taken of my son's wedding on Dec. 28th and hadn't saved them anywhere or got them all printed off yet. RATS!!!! So, I am sympathetic to your vertigo and computer woes!

Katy S

Love your work, Marian! All you projects are so beautiful.

Helen F

Wow you certainly have been a busy girl!!!! Sorry to hear you have been under the weather - it is a wonder you have been able to sew considering but you have been "churning" out your tiny quilts!! Is there any room left on the wall to hang them?? They all look sooo cute. Fancy living near the Amish - that would be very interesting!!! xx


All just gorgeous sewing, I love it all...


Can anyone tell me pattern information on the flag?

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