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September 01, 2007

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Leslie

I like your blog...and your cat. I am owned by two...both tortoise colored cats with attitudes. I think your wedding quilt is great...you just need to pair up with someone who can turn your verbal directions into written instructions. THis will turn you loose to create more...a win- win - win situation ( you win, partner wins...and WE win!) Good luck. Leslie

Leslie

I like your blog...and your cat. I am owned by two...both tortoise colored cats with attitudes. I think your wedding quilt is great...you just need to pair up with someone who can turn your verbal directions into written instructions. THis will turn you loose to create more...a win- win - win situation ( you win, partner wins...and WE win!) Good luck. Leslie

Dawn

Yeah right - like any of us would HATE getting free fabric! Bob is Adorable!

Dawn

And I forgot to mention that tree - that is amazing! I love it! I could see why you would make more than one. Now I wish I knew someone getting married! I LOVE it!

Jeanne

So glad that the site is up. You did a fantastic job. It is so easy to use. Keep up the blogging!

Jean

All my cats love to help me quilt.

Pineapple would sit on top of the machine while I was sewing.

Spice (a beautiful long hair) just wanted to sit in my lap and purr to the rythm of the machine.

Coconut (18 lbs) only shows up when I'm doing the quilting. Then he has to lay on top of the main part of the quilt. He can care less about the piecing.

Cinnamon loves to help me lay out the blocks. Or should I say, he rearranges my layouts while I'm not looking.

Think quilting might get a bit "boring" if not for my helpers.

liztopper

Enjoy the way you package the orders.

liztopper
Susan

I love shopping at your online store. You get all the best fabric collections. You need to get more Charleston IV 'cause I missed out one it ;-)

It is very nice of Bob to be willing to share. You did tell him he has to share, didn't you?

Shelley Cyr

Although I don't follow any blogs faithfully, I love to link over to quilty/crafty blogs from other sites. Enjoyed your writing. Vive le French-Canadians! I'm in a French community on the Canadian border....yup, America has it's own French pockets here and there. I'm looking to add to my stash if Bob so chooses his french cousins here.....:)

Shelley

monique

Yay! I'd love a chance to win something Bob picked out :) So... is HE the one who puts the pretty ribbons on the mail orders??

Your Bleeker St. elephant is looking good :)

Kathy

Love that Bob! I have 5 cats that all fabric & quilts & love to "help" me sew. I've missed your blog - glad to see you back. I know how busy life can get & hope things settle down for you for a while!

Joanne

I like your blogs. I like the fact that you
talk to us like we're you're friends sitting
right there with you.
What's a URL?

Jenn

My puppy Kona prefers scraps and threads when she isn't being lulled to sleep by the sound of the sewing machine!

Lisa D.

I've missed your blogging - glad to see you back. I love that Bob is protecting your stash - how cute is that?

Louise

I am just doing a quilt with and appliqued tree but nothing as fancy as yours - it's beautiful! I agree that you don't need too lengthy instructions as anyone trying that should really know what they're up to. Love your kitty cat and his fabrics!

Dawn

Love the cat, but love new fabric more ;-)
I'm sure the upgraded software will be great.

goneaussiequilter

Very glad you're back. I feel slightly responsible for your lack of blogging with all the fabric I have ordered from you over this summer! I love your shop and your wonderful sales! Great fabrics in your store, keep up the good work!

Sari

Fred, our Egyptian Mau owns the house and the family, including a dog, Boo. Fred likes quilts, and fabric in any size or form. He also likes to help with knitting projects. Fred is getting very old and spends a lot of time sleeping. Since it is my custom to wrap pets in quilts when they are deceased in preparation for burial, I created a burial quilt for Fred this summer. It is based on a cat pattern that is simply quirky. The quilt, Fred size, is black, and pinks to purples in color scheme and Fred really likes it. Hopefully, not well enough to need to use it in the near future. After I completed Fred's quilt, our dog, Boo, experienced a very tramatic illness and spent nearly a week at the Vets. While he was away, I created a quilt for him from the neck scarves he gets when he goes for his "do" at the groomers. He is back home, better and happily sleeps nights in his crate, on the quilt.
When not involved in larger quilts, I scrap quilt, 44 x 44 quilts that eventually go to infants and toddlers at the local hospital through a Linus Project. We have a group that meets at the local Historical Society and ties the quilts. The group has been fondly dubbed, "The Knotty Ladies". I guess that makes me the most knotty.

Margaret

My daughter's mainecoon kittens are into everything. I'm glad they aren't here at my house, I can safely leave my fabric sitting out.

Karen J

My late cat Pollyanna had a cat quilt in a garden of irises from a pattern that I adapted to look like her. Unfortunately, the fabric cat curled her tail in front of her from the wrong side. After Pollyanna "owned" the cat quilt for a few weeks Pollyanna switched the side her tail would curl around front from so she matched the quilt.

Karen J

Barb J in Pittsburgh

The elephant applique is adorable! You have really captured the essence of an elephant, and in so few pieces! It's really great.

Alexandra

Love your blog, and always read your posts. Bob is too cute ;)

RebeccaE

Glad to see you posting again! The wedding quilt is just beautiful.

Michelle

Inky is our 16 month old black shorthair. She LOVES quilting! Whenever I get the cutting mat out, she jumps up and "helps" me hold the ruler with her two front paws while I rotary-cut the fabric. Of course, she also loves wrestling with the fabric when my back is turned - needless to say, all my fabric is now stored in a CLOSED closet.
Inky (and I) would love any new additions to the stash (hint, hint!)

Michelle

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