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dining room table with May Baskets on it.

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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Gail made an Aunt Maggie's Dancin Shoes and sent me a picture of it, which is shown a few pages earlier than this one. She made it for her husband for Father's Day.

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Jeanne Arnieri sent me this picture of her Let's Play Jacks quilt from the Primitive Youngins book...she calls it Appleseed because of the black triangles in the center. How fun is that? Great job Jeanne!
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Jeanne Arnieri sent me this picture of her Let's Play Jacks quilt from the Primitive Youngins book...she calls it Appleseed because of the black triangles in the center. How fun is that? Great job Jeanne!

Barb Redinger from Chattaroy, WA made The Hat Ladies to fit her "California King" sized bed. She said it took her 10 weeks to make. She did say she didn't work on it 24-7, but sounds like she's delighted it all DONE! lol Thanks so much Barb for sharing yo
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Barb Redinger from Chattaroy, WA made The Hat Ladies to fit her "California King" sized bed. She said it took her 10 weeks to make. She did say she didn't work on it 24-7, but sounds like she's delighted it all DONE! lol Thanks so much Barb for sharing yo

a closer look at Barbs quilt, The Hat Ladies
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a closer look at Barbs quilt, The Hat Ladies

Charlene Higgins sent me this picture of her "Burning the Midnight Oil" quilt It's absolutely stunning! Great job!

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Melanie (R) shared her May Baskets with me when I was in Quilt's on Plum Lane one Saturday. I took a picture of her and Donna Lillibridge, the owner of the shop.. It's wonderful Melanie..Thanks so much for sharing!

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Rita from the Twinkle Quilt Shop in Spain sent me this picture of her "A Tisket A Tasket Quilt" I love that she changed the colors and thought outside that box! It's great Rita....thank you!

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Colleen sent me this picture of her "Sampler" quilt - which is wonderful! She used parts from several of my patterns and made it her own way! What a lovely quilt. Thanks Colleen!

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Carol Edwards sent me this picture of her "Purl"....Thanks so much Carol. I just laugh every time I get a picture of one of these to share. I hope she's a big help to you in your sewing room!

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Shaula Patton from the Feathered Star Quilt shop in Clyde, Texas sent me this picture of two completely different color value MOONSHINE quilts that she's made as samples for her NEW shop. It was exciting to hear on her opening day that Moonshine was the v

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Sharon Weir sent me this picture of her Horse Feather quilt. It's just lovely lovely Sharon, Thanks so much for sharing!!!

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Clair Birch from Victoria, BC sent me this picture of her "I Caught Santa" wool table rug she made from the Christmas Bundle pattern. How sweet is that? Thanks so much Claire for sharing with us.

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My Purl has another NEW cousin! LuAnn Leonard sent me this picture of her "Purl" I just know she will be as handy as mine is in her sewing room! Thanks for sharing LuAnn......she's very fun!

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Just recently Angela Brady,from Homespun Decor and Antiques in Ash, NC sent me this and the next 2 pictures of samples she's made for her shop. Great job on all 3 Angela and Thanks for sharing! This first picture is of The Bundling Board

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Angelas A Tisket a Tasket Quilt. They all turned out so very nice Angela! Perhaps if you live in the Ash, North Carolina area you might like to stop by for a visit and see them all in person.

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Becky sent me a picture of another one os Purl's cousins - "TILLIE" Isn't she adorable? And, looks so at home next to that adorable featherweight. Purl likes my feather weight too Becky! Thanks so much for sharing!

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Kathy sent me a picture this week of her finished "A Little Porch Time" Quilt. All I can say is "WOW" I've been following Kathy's progress in the prim group we both belong to and it's been so much fun seeing her work on this quilt. Love, Love, Love it Kat

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Charlene has been busy! Here's a picture of her Slim Pickins. Great job Charlene! Love your color choices!

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Anna finished her May Baskets table runner! It's lovely Anna...Thank you so much for sharing with us. Small projects give us instant gratification and always fun to do after finishing up a big quilt! This one's fun because you can change the flowers for d

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Maggey Witts - WABBITS
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Maggey Witts - WABBITS

Margaret Witt from Illinois sent me this delightful picture of her WABBITT's Pillow.  I love seeing something different made from one of my patterns....great job Maggey!

Angela Bradys - A Little Porch Time and May Baskets
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Angela Bradys - A Little Porch Time and May Baskets

Angela Brady, owner of HOMESPUN GATHERINGS Quilt Shop sent me these pictures to share of her "A LITTLE PORCH TIME" quilt and her "MAY BASKETS" table runner.  You did a wonderful job Angie.  Thanks for sharing!

Angela Bradys Aunt Rees Raspberry Jam and The Bundling Board
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Angela Bradys Aunt Rees Raspberry Jam and The Bundling Board

More of Angela Brady's quilts - "Aunt Ree's Raspberry Jam" and on the left "The Bundling Board" - if you are in the Ash, North Carolina area stop by Homespun Gatherings - I bet you can see all of these quilts hanging in her shop.

Janice Chang's Stars on a Tin Roof
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Janice Chang's Stars on a Tin Roof

Janice Chang made her Stars on a Tin Roof out of her favorite colors of batiks.  It turned out love Janice...thanks so much for sharing a picture.

Ginny Sage - Stars on a Tin Roof
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Ginny Sage - Stars on a Tin Roof

Ginny Sage also completed her Stars on a Tin Roof.  Your quilt turned out lovely.   Thanks for sharing

Sharon Paladino's WABBITS
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Sharon Paladino's WABBITS

Sharon Paladino from Omaha, Nebraska made her WABBITS into a 20 inch pillow that is gracing her couch for the Easter season.  You did a great job!

Rori's son's graduation quilt
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Rori's son's graduation quilt

I really do love when I get pictures of quilts made from one of my patterns.  Rori sent me this picture of the quilt, They'll be Coming Around the Mountain, she made for her son's collage graduation just recently.  Rori you did a wonderful job.  Thanks so much for sharing it wth all of us.  Congratulations to your collage graduate too!

Catherine Christenson's Stars on a Tin Roof
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Catherine Christenson's Stars on a Tin Roof

Katherine Christenson, my local machine quilter extraodinaire, finished her Stars on a Tin Roof quilt. This quilt has 9 large blocks, but Catherine made hers 15....great job Catherine! Thanks for sharing your finished quilt with us.

A Tisket A Tasket Quilt
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A Tisket A Tasket Quilt

 

Just had to share this picture sent to me by Margaret Witt....her A Tisket A Tasket Quilt turned out lovely and she says, her hubby did all the hand quilting. Great Job!

Dorothty Looman's Gathering Baskets
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Dorothty Looman's Gathering Baskets

Dorothy Looman sent me this picture of her Gathering Baskets quilt! Wonderful job and thank u so much for sharing!

A Little Porch Time Quilt by
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A Little Porch Time Quilt by

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