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Sunday, March 16, 2008


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Shelley Dionne

The last project I finished was a wool needlecase from All People Quilt! I just have so many on-going projects that I work on everyday. Should have a single quilt finished hand quilting by the weekend.

roni hunt

The last project I completed was a little "Beginner" banner to hang at the shop so we can display the beginner projects to show newbies. Now instead of saying, "Let's see where the beginner samples went," we can just say, "Go to the pink and green banner and check out the samples!" Happy sewing weekend all!!


hi Pat,

My last project i finished was a snowman quilt for my daughter who lives in the UP in Michigan--very appropriate for her.

But the last project I worked on before this weekend was helping my youngest daughter with her gold award for girl scouts which is making patriotic quilts for wounded soldiers. She got enough material donated for 19! quilts so she had an old fashioned quilting bee to work on them.

Happy quilting everyone.


The last items I completely finished were two baby quilts to be part of a charity auction basket. But this weekend, I finished a quilt top (Out of the Box by FunQuilts) and a bunch of lunch bags. Thanks for all the encouragement this weekend!


The last project I finished was a JR quilt with Moda's Strawberry Lemonade fabrics. It's headed to an orphanage in India via a member of Quilting Passion on Delphi.


The last project I finished was the lunch box last night. My sister is coming up today to pick up her curtains and will be surprised with the lunch box.....

Susan Warren

Finished. Finished? ummmm, are we supposed to finish something????

Kitiara Tomsen

Last project finished was a Carpenter's Star for my MIL. Her late husband (who I never met) was a carpenter by trade and I thought it was the most appropriate pattern...

Kitiara Tomsen

Last project finished was a Carpenter's Star for my MIL. Her late husband (who I never met) was a carpenter by trade and I thought it was the most appropriate pattern...

Barb D

This weekend is so much fun. The last project I finished was a quilt for my 16 month old granddaughter. She needed one of her own to use while at Grammy's house.
Barb D


Love the cover!
The last project I finished was a Joan Hawley Lazy Girl Miranda bag - for ME!!!

Kitiara Tomsen

Last project finished was a Carpenter's Star for my MIL. Her late husband (who I never met) was a carpenter by trade and I thought it was the most appropriate pattern...

Karey herriman

Good Morning Pat:
I am all bright eyed and bush tailed to get started this morning. This was a great idea you had. My DH is getting a big charge out of it as a well. Have a great day. Last totally finished quilt was a big block borgello I made for my husband. Tops I finished and have out to the longarmer are 2.

Sharon Griffith

Morning Pat! I just finished a quilt for our kids at our area hospital. They were given to them yesterday in honor of National quilting day. I have had a lot of fun this weekend and now I am working on a cray quilt block to finish it up before the 20th and waiting to watch the quilt segment on the morning show.

Debbie NY

I made a gift bag for my best friend and put her grandson's picture on it. She just loves her grandbaby. Well off to make more gift bags, I make them in kiddie fabric, fill them with goodies and take them to my local hospital and give them to all the kids. I just love kids and older people. Have fun quilting today. Debbie NY

Patti Levine

Got my coffee and joining the quilty weekend. Watching the CBS Sunday Morning News waiting for the segment on Quilting! I think Ricky Timms is supposed to be on it too. The very last project I finished was a flower pincushion for a swap on Friday night. Got to finish my birdie one today. See you later!


You look great on the cover :) My last finish was an NFL quilt for my son. I traded NFL 9-patches a few years ago. We all traded one team and got the other (31?). It was a difficult project for me to work on, but when I finished it, even I liked it! I have another one that I need to finish over Spring Break for my other twin.

Pat, this was such a great endeavor on your part. I haven't had so much fun at home in a long time. My hubby and kids can't figure it out! Diane


You are something else! Where do you find these things???? And yes ... you are one of the worlds most beautiful people ... inside and out.


I have just finished sewing all my blocks for TR together and will post a picture of my "March Hare" after I have breakfast. It's been a very fun weekend so far. Thanks, Pat. Mary


Last project I finished was a wall hanging of poppies. I can't seem to get them to grow in the garden, so now I have them on a wall hanging in my dining room.
Also finished several baby hats last night for the hospital. Several ladies from church get together on Monday nights to do projects for the hospital. (crocheting and knitting)
Thanks for all you do for us.


Hi Pat
LOVING the weekend retreat! Last project I finished was a mini pumpkin quilt from a kit from local quilt shop. I hand stitched binding to the back last nite.

Christine Gibbons

I just finished "For the Birds" from McCalls Quick Quilts, March/07. I will post a photo later today. I just love it.


Can you believe I haven't sewn a stitch this weekend, grrr...I did spend part of the day yesterday rearrangeing some quilting stuff, does that count? Made me feel better.
Someone else commented they are part of a church group that makes comfort (or what ever you call them) quilts. Me too, we've been at it for at least 5 years and have made hundreds of quilts. We make twin size quilts for a local childrens home, QOV's, kids quilts for the local hospital and nursing home lap quilts, with the occasional special one thrown in. Our current project is an Irish Chain, I just need to add borders and make the back and I'll be caught up, so maybe I can do that this afternoon,fingers crossed....off to get ready for church, see ya later. Linda P in IL


Yea!, Woo Hoo, Oh my gosh, I'm one of the winners at Roseann's cottage!!!! THANK YOU ROSEANN AND PAT!!!!! can't wait to get the package, I'll take a pic and post.
Jumping up and down in IL....Linda P

Amanda in KY

I finished 2 Easter quilts for my youngest two grandsons. I also finished a rabbit small wallhanging.

Now I'm off to see what my magazine picture looks like, e-mail Roseann, and tell Lazy Girl Designs about my furry family members.

Thanks for all the fun!

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