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Thursday, February 16, 2006

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Cindy

You go girl. Those fabrics are beautiful.

Cindy

You go girl. Those fabrics are beautiful.

Lisa

That Pete is a funny guy. The iron comment made me laugh out loud! I hate ironing as much as I love knitting! Gorgeous fabric....I haven't quilted in forever.

Scout

That Pete sounds like my T. So funny huh?

Also, you need to check out my post today with some vintage Boogas! ;)

Imbrium

I'd love to get into quilting, but I need another hobby like I need a hole in the head. I've never really liked classic quilts, but some of the modern ones are so neat!

Toby

Oh my - quilting motivation! I can't decide if that's a good thing or a bad thing. You see, since I started knitting 6 months ago I have done very little quilting. *sigh* I know it's really a good thing, but if only I didn't have to take time away from knitting to do it...

Denise

I thought you were slowing down... taking it easy.. do you NEED another thing to do?? you be crazy!!

abby

*sigh* so pretty.
I really need to learn how to sew. Really. I'd love to make quilted bags to carry knitting in.

Kate

I love your fabrics, they look fantastic together. You can never have too many hobbies - and a good excuse to get more stuff!!

Vicki

I can so relate to your ambitious, yet unfinished quilting projects! I have a lovely quilt I started for my daughters transition to from quilt to big girl bed! She is now 5 and the fabric sits in a rubbermaid in my craft closet....Oh well. Someday. Happy quilting!

kathreen

hey julie
did you see that makezine posted about your podcast list
http://www.makezine.com/blog/archive/2006/02/knitting_podcasts.html?CMP=OTC-0D6B48984890

Terry

Wow, love the fabrics - great how you got it all to look wonderful together.

Take a look at Denise Schmidt Quilts - cool book re: modern quilting, something that seems like you may enjoy. Keep us posted on this, will ya?

Vicki

That's a great idea. I really should do that too. I started a quilt at one point years ago for Jaime. Yeah, a queen sized quilt. It hasn't gone so well, needless to say.

Shelley (Pink House)

I like your palette! NIce colors and pattern textures. that's my favorite part of the quilting process. But I love rotary cutting and piecing too.
I'm curious..when I saw the quilt shop in "Joliet" - do you live in Montana?

kerrie

that is exactly the kind of conversation that Wayne and I have! I can't remember the last time I picked up the iron to do anthing other than block something that I'd knitted!

vanessa

oh, another obsession, er hobby :-)
be careful, the quilting stash can grow as big as the yarn stash!

Kim

Sorry I'm late on this one --
Hmmm ... maybe I'll just add you to the quilt along against your will! Mwa ha haahahahhaa!

Well, you are a member in spirit until you feel ready to take the plunge. Best of luck! I think quilting is easier than knitting in a lot of ways, so I bet you'll be a natural.

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