~Quilting with the Past~
They do, they do! And every morning is good when I see a new entry on your blog, Lucy....How is Pim's quilt coming along? Do you have certain times of day when you do patchwork and others when you do quilting? My mother always did patchwork in the summer and quilting in the winter evenings. I am less organized....Love your fabrics.
Very curious!Love the fabrics you've used so far!
You have my attention, too. I'll be watching.
Yes! I'm very curious! Beautiful fabrics...I enjoy your blog and your style speaks to me.
Okay yes they do! Oh my this is really going to be hard to wait. Not patient Love, *karendianne.
am I curious? Um yes! more pics please!Lissa
Gorgeous fabrics, skillful piecing...hmmm...purple?
Yes they do! I can't wait to see what they make...
YESSSSS, IT DOES ! ! ! !Especially for the "purple" ? ! ?Can't wait.... :>)Hugs & smiles toyou, dear !NADINE
hmmmmmmmmmm, yes curiouswouldn't they be used for a ocean waves quilt, ;o)))))
The fabric is lovely. I want to see more!
Yes. I want to see where the purple is going to come in. :cD
Yes. How is purple going to fit in? It will be interesting to see.
You're darn right! there isn't a bit of purple in any of these!
Oh they do make me curious - and I LOVE them! I'm going to have to end up copying you aren't I????!!!!!
Oké, Je hebt mijn aandacht ook! Hoezo paars? Nou moet ik dus elke dag je blog ff checken voor het vervolg...:) (deed ik al dus da's geen straf!)Ben heeeel erg nieuwsgierig!
girl, you are hauling on that quilt! no matter how you put those together, it's gonna be another beauty! :o)xoxo
Very curious! I can't wait to see what you are going to do with those!
Yes, they make me VERY curious!!!
Another beautiful header --- I love the color!And another beautiful daughter! She looks very sweet. I enjoyed the trip to the goat farm via pictures.
I'm very curious! I'll be watching!
They definately make me curious since I don't see any purple!
They are wonderful and yes I am very curious. Enjoyed the pictures of the goat farm. I love animals too.
Beautiful fabrics, beautiful piecing and I'm guessing the next step will have the purple in it??p.s. I love your new tidy cupboard and if it's anything like mine, won't take long to get messed up again but that's all part of our quilting adventure.
I am on the edge of my seat......can't wait to see more!
Can't wait to see what you have planned !
Euh...you say purple quilt?? You have my attention!
I keep on turning my head upside down to see how those shapes will fit into a FLAT top and where the purple comes into it. Please DO show us more! Take care.
Yes, I am curious. I vote with Lil on it being Ocean Waves.
Lucy, Your wonderful pictures of flowers with your quilts makes me smile on a day with yet another snowstorm here in Canada. As an immigrant to Canada from the Netherlands, I am reading your blog with interest as I did not see much evidence of quilting when I was in Rotterdam last summer.It cheers me up when I see the Dutch settings for your beautiful quilts.
WOW !! look at all of those GREAT blocks!! Can't wait to see it finished!P.S. thanks for visiting me on my blog .... and I looked through the Easter issue of Quiltmania again and there it was !!! Your BEAUTIFUL quilt !!!! Congratulations!!!!
Purple?? I can't wait to see.
They are lovely fabrics, and I can't wait to see what you make with them!*hugs*Tazzie:-)
Something is missing! I think it is the purple!!!
Aaahh, What a lovely sight! Your blocks are very beautiful and YES, I would love to see MORE!!!
It will be fun to see your finished blocks! I like your piecing, so pretty Lucy!
We started a herd of 30 goats last summer for our daughter, who is 15. They are wonderful animals, full or personality.Next time you visit the Midwest with your daughter, you must make time to stop by!
Hi thereI found your blog via a couple of others and have fallen in love with it. You do great work and it is very inspiring,I will come back and back again.cheersChristine Brisbane/Australia
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