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Thursday, August 25, 2011

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Anna Hammer

Pat, what kind of quilts are they looking for? Any particular patterns or colors? I have scrap lap-size quilts I made so that I can practice on George. They are not anything very fancy. Would they be acceptable?
I am trying to whittle down my stash over the next year before we sell our house in Loudoun and move to a smaller house in Reston. Bumblebeans seems like another great cause!

pat sloan

Thank you Debbie!

pat sloan

Lee Ann my black circle quilt was published in McCall's years ago and not anywhere else. There are a lot of circle quilts out there now. I think if you just follow my colors you will do fine!

Lee Ann

Ms. Pat...where can I find the pattern for your black circle quilt? I love it and would like to make it for my son. Thanks so much, Lee Ann (RedHen)

Debbie  St.Germain

I think it is wonderful that you are helping Victoria in her quilt drive and hopefully I can get one or two done before then.

Debbie

Barb in MI

Oooh, I am tickled pink to see a pic of my 3 BASICS quilts on your blog. Thanks so much!
Update: 1st binding is DONE!

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