Friday, January 18, 2013

Thank Goodness for Helping Hands

Linda is patiently teaching me the ins and outs of blogging.  She's knows I'm eager yet a tad forgetful.  After several OPPS! flying solo, I think it best to stick with posting pics. 

Next lesson? How to place a photo below the text.  Oh, dear.... a remedial. Thank goodness for Linda's helping hands. 



12 comments:

  1. I just drool over all that fabric! What inspiration around you when you work.

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    1. I have way too much and not nearly enough!

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  2. That is a beautiful quilt, and the organization of your fabric is wonderful.

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    1. Karen Stone made a believer out of me. Don't if I could have made this quilt without her paper piecing patterns.

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  3. Beautiful quilt. You have a wonderful stash going. I'm "building" mine LOL!
    I can't wait to see what more you have in store.

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    1. See and pretty piece, buy a pretty piece. That's my motto. As a result, I have more fabric than I can ever use. Nevertheless, I can hardly wait to purchase the next pretty piece!

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  4. Way to go, Sandy! Oh what a beautiful quilt, I didn't see that one when I was there. I gave up on the one and only NY Beauty quilt I started - way back in the last century I was in an about.com group that was working on it. Great companionship and family life notes but not much quilting on the beauty!

    I look forward to seeing what you post next!

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    1. I need to keep you in my hip pocket, Linda. Couldn't have started this journey without you.

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  5. Welcome to the Blog-sphere! :) Your quilts are beautiful, can't wait to see more!

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  6. Trying hard to get up to speed! Thanks for your comment.

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  7. Yeah, Linda is a wonderful teacher! She helped me start my blog sewuwannasew.blogspot. I love looking at your beautifully designed colorful quilts! Carooyn B.

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    1. Hi Carolyn. I'm hoping blogging will become fun. For now, it's a lot of learning and hard work
      - much harder than making a quilt. If if weren't for Linda....well, I guess you know.

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