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Come sit with me in the Parlor for a cup of tea and wonderful pictures of quilts that others have made from my patterns. I love it when you share your photos with me.

When you email me a picture, PLEASE, make sure I have your first and last name, the name of the project, and please tell me a little about your quilt.  Thanks so much!

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Jeannie Arnieri calls her Aunt Ree's Raspberry Jam "Grape Jelly" Seems like she named it quite right! Good Job, and I love the size. Thanks Jeanne.
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Jeannie Arnieri calls her Aunt Ree's Raspberry Jam "Grape Jelly" Seems like she named it quite right! Good Job, and I love the size. Thanks Jeanne.

I'm always delighted when someone makes a quilt from one of my patterns and does it totally different. I love Jeanne's Fanshawe Dam done in lighter colors.........looks like spring to me. I love it.
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I'm always delighted when someone makes a quilt from one of my patterns and does it totally different. I love Jeanne's Fanshawe Dam done in lighter colors.........looks like spring to me. I love it.

Jeanne told me she made this Barnabus Barnsmell with black cats in mind......but when she was finished she named it "Bonfire" because it looked like flames. Either way, good job! Thanks for sharing Jeanne!
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Jeanne told me she made this Barnabus Barnsmell with black cats in mind......but when she was finished she named it "Bonfire" because it looked like flames. Either way, good job! Thanks for sharing Jeanne!

Sueie Kirschenheiter from Lexington, Ohio sent me this wonderful picture of her A Tisket A Tasket, Aunt Roma's Garden Basket. Good job! Thanks Susie.
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Sueie Kirschenheiter from Lexington, Ohio sent me this wonderful picture of her A Tisket A Tasket, Aunt Roma's Garden Basket. Good job! Thanks Susie.

Raedene Frost from Brandon, Fla. sent me a picture of her SHOTGUN WEDDING quilt top. She was in the class that I taught down in Brandon, Fla. this July. What a wonderful job! Thanks for sharing Raedene.
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Raedene Frost from Brandon, Fla. sent me a picture of her SHOTGUN WEDDING quilt top. She was in the class that I taught down in Brandon, Fla. this July. What a wonderful job! Thanks for sharing Raedene.

Kathy Duncan, who works at the Buggy Barn, sent me her version of Summer Susans. It's absolutely gorgeous and she found that after being somewhat nervous about it, it turned out completely square and layed flat to boot!!!! Yeah! Great job Kathy and thanks
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Kathy Duncan, who works at the Buggy Barn, sent me her version of Summer Susans. It's absolutely gorgeous and she found that after being somewhat nervous about it, it turned out completely square and layed flat to boot!!!! Yeah! Great job Kathy and thanks

Melanie Perry from Bittersweet Primitives sent me this picture of her Primitive Sketches table runner. It's wonderful! Thanks Melanie
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Melanie Perry from Bittersweet Primitives sent me this picture of her Primitive Sketches table runner. It's wonderful! Thanks Melanie

Lisa Johnson, the owner of the Picket Fence Quilt Shop in Wichita, Ks. brought her Bundling Board Quilt all the way to quilt market this fall to show me. I was so excited about what she made that both my pictures I took are quite lacking. What a beautiful
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Lisa Johnson, the owner of the Picket Fence Quilt Shop in Wichita, Ks. brought her Bundling Board Quilt all the way to quilt market this fall to show me. I was so excited about what she made that both my pictures I took are quite lacking. What a beautiful

Lisa Johnson, the owner of the Picket Fence Quilt Shop in Wichita, Ks. brought her Bundling Board Quilt all the way to quilt market this fall to show me. I was so excited about what she made that both my pictures I took are quite lacking. What a beautiful
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Lisa Johnson, the owner of the Picket Fence Quilt Shop in Wichita, Ks. brought her Bundling Board Quilt all the way to quilt market this fall to show me. I was so excited about what she made that both my pictures I took are quite lacking. What a beautiful

Dawn Denmen sent me this picture of her Moonshine.......it's wonderful! I love the colors and also what she added to the borders. I'm always inspired by what YOU SEE in the patterns I have. Great Job!
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Dawn Denmen sent me this picture of her Moonshine.......it's wonderful! I love the colors and also what she added to the borders. I'm always inspired by what YOU SEE in the patterns I have. Great Job!

Dawn Denmen has been very busy lately. She sent me another picture of her "Horse Feathers" Love the colors you used Dawn. Thanks so much for sharing this with all of us.
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Dawn Denmen has been very busy lately. She sent me another picture of her "Horse Feathers" Love the colors you used Dawn. Thanks so much for sharing this with all of us.

Cheryl Mills made this Here Comes the Judge for a friend of her daughters. I'm sure she loves it Cheryl. Thanks for sharing!
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Cheryl Mills made this Here Comes the Judge for a friend of her daughters. I'm sure she loves it Cheryl. Thanks for sharing!

Rie Graves finished her Moonshine quilt...She told me the outline of the stars was the hard part, but I'm so glad she kept with it. I think it does make a difference. Great job!
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Rie Graves finished her Moonshine quilt...She told me the outline of the stars was the hard part, but I'm so glad she kept with it. I think it does make a difference. Great job!

Mary Parsons from Wichita, Ks. sent me this picture of her FOREVER FRIENDS quilt. Mary made the quilt for her best friend in North Dakota who saved her life when she was stuck in a blizzard in 1996. Mary embellished the quilt with special sayings, buttons
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Mary Parsons from Wichita, Ks. sent me this picture of her FOREVER FRIENDS quilt. Mary made the quilt for her best friend in North Dakota who saved her life when she was stuck in a blizzard in 1996. Mary embellished the quilt with special sayings, buttons

Sue from my local quilt shop, Good Home Quilt Company, made this wonderful Santa Jack quilt. Sue loves working with homespuns and wool. While the quilt is pieced with an assortment of fabrics, Santa's stocking is made out of wool. Great job!!!
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Sue from my local quilt shop, Good Home Quilt Company, made this wonderful Santa Jack quilt. Sue loves working with homespuns and wool. While the quilt is pieced with an assortment of fabrics, Santa's stocking is made out of wool. Great job!!!

Cheryl Mills made her daughter this nine patch geese quilt from the "My Yesteryear Collection" for Christmas. Her daughter wanted it to look and feel like a comforter so Cheryl used a high loft batting. What a wonderful job. Did you say it's for a king si
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Cheryl Mills made her daughter this nine patch geese quilt from the "My Yesteryear Collection" for Christmas. Her daughter wanted it to look and feel like a comforter so Cheryl used a high loft batting. What a wonderful job. Did you say it's for a king si

Jeanne Wortham from Melbourne came to visit me a week or so back and brought her Old Ben's Bonnet to show me. I took a couple of pictures while she was here so I could share with you! Great job!
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Jeanne Wortham from Melbourne came to visit me a week or so back and brought her Old Ben's Bonnet to show me. I took a couple of pictures while she was here so I could share with you! Great job!

Jeanne Arnieri has done it again. This is the Aunt Maggie's Dancin Shoes that she made for her son.....you can see how fun the back is by looking on the back porch.
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Jeanne Arnieri has done it again. This is the Aunt Maggie's Dancin Shoes that she made for her son.....you can see how fun the back is by looking on the back porch.

Debi George from Troy Missouri sent me this version of The Bundling Board....here's what she had to say This is my second attempt at quilting (my first was a t-shirt quilt) and I'm thrilled with the results. I chose fabric in the colors of my best friend'
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Debi George from Troy Missouri sent me this version of The Bundling Board....here's what she had to say This is my second attempt at quilting (my first was a t-shirt quilt) and I'm thrilled with the results. I chose fabric in the colors of my best friend'

Jeanne Arnieri's gramma's vegetable soup
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Jeanne Arnieri's gramma's vegetable soup

Thanks Jeanne for sending me a picture of your "Here Comes the Judge" I love that you send me pictures of what you make. Keep up the great work!
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Thanks Jeanne for sending me a picture of your "Here Comes the Judge" I love that you send me pictures of what you make. Keep up the great work!

This spring The Ewe Old Bags  pattern was introudced in Salt Lake City at quilt market. I was amazed at the success of this pattern. Cathy Hansen from Ohio sent me a picture of the first purse she made. Cathy it's wonderful...Great Job! She tells me that
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This spring The Ewe Old Bags pattern was introudced in Salt Lake City at quilt market. I was amazed at the success of this pattern. Cathy Hansen from Ohio sent me a picture of the first purse she made. Cathy it's wonderful...Great Job! She tells me that

These girls (Shirley, Goodness and Mercy) have been causing quite a stir on blogs and groups across the country since I introduced them in June to the gals at Primitives of the Midwest.....Sandy Jones from New York sent me her version of this lovely trio.
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These girls (Shirley, Goodness and Mercy) have been causing quite a stir on blogs and groups across the country since I introduced them in June to the gals at Primitives of the Midwest.....Sandy Jones from New York sent me her version of this lovely trio.

Andrea Reynolds(l) and Lucille Kinzie, friends of Cheryle Harte's from California, are holding up Cheryle's "Slim Pickins" for us to enjoy. You can see the back of this quilt posted on the Back Porch Page........great job Cheryle, I love it.
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Andrea Reynolds(l) and Lucille Kinzie, friends of Cheryle Harte's from California, are holding up Cheryle's "Slim Pickins" for us to enjoy. You can see the back of this quilt posted on the Back Porch Page........great job Cheryle, I love it.

Linda Poe (Libby) from California sent me this picture of her Wild Things.....she said she used up some left over geese, made it tall and skinny and it's perfect for a particular area in her home......Love that you thought outside the box on this one. Gre
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Linda Poe (Libby) from California sent me this picture of her Wild Things.....she said she used up some left over geese, made it tall and skinny and it's perfect for a particular area in her home......Love that you thought outside the box on this one. Gre

July Cash from Virginia took my Shirley, Goodness and Mercy Class at PMW this year. She sent me her version of the project completed. I love that you have them stacked on top of each other. I bet they look really fun on the wall. Thanks Judy! Great Job!
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July Cash from Virginia took my Shirley, Goodness and Mercy Class at PMW this year. She sent me her version of the project completed. I love that you have them stacked on top of each other. I bet they look really fun on the wall. Thanks Judy! Great Job!

my sister, Sharron Mudore, made this version of Slim Pickins. She asked me how to make it look like mine?......plaids cut g=whoppied, darker colors and have fun is what I told her...I think she did just that.
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my sister, Sharron Mudore, made this version of Slim Pickins. She asked me how to make it look like mine?......plaids cut g=whoppied, darker colors and have fun is what I told her...I think she did just that.

Susie Kirchenheiter from Lexington, Ohio has been very busy! She sent me several pictures of different quilts she's made from my pattern line. The first is her version of Fanshawe Dam. Susie tells me that she pieced this quilt and it was machine quilted b
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Susie Kirchenheiter from Lexington, Ohio has been very busy! She sent me several pictures of different quilts she's made from my pattern line. The first is her version of Fanshawe Dam. Susie tells me that she pieced this quilt and it was machine quilted b

Also from Susie Kirchenheiter is The Bundling Board which she hand pieced and hand quilted. Love it! She tells me that she used a "cheater" print on the back and it makes it look very old fashioned.....you can see the back of her Bundling Board on the bac

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Susie also has made two of the three quilts in the "My Yesteryear Collection" booklet. The star, which is shown here............was pieced by her and quilted by Beth Bogner.
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Susie also has made two of the three quilts in the "My Yesteryear Collection" booklet. The star, which is shown here............was pieced by her and quilted by Beth Bogner.

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