Plumpurple

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  1. Libby, it's so beautiful! I love it. Sharon
  2. Hi Tracy, you might try Etsy. I was completing a quilt from 2008 and of course needed another yard of fabric. I found it on Etsy--1 1/2 yards, and under $10, boy did I feel lucky. Hope you are as fortunate as I was. It is the Kansas City Star Circuit Riders Quilt, top is finished, now al I need is the confidence to quilt it. Hopefully that won't take another nine years. LOL Sharon
  3. IMHO or experience, I also had a mid-arm for about five years before I got "Mr Lenni", the skills do transfer---what was wasted was the five years I could have enjoyed a longarm, I just didn't know what I was missing. Anyway I would encourage you to re-think your plan. Mid-arms have their place but are extremely limiting in their capabilities and you will be a much better quilter on a longarm then on a mid-arm. My two-cents.
  4. Love it, very nice, and your binding looks way too good to even give "machine sewn" a second thought!
  5. Yes Jean, I want them, let me know how you would like to be paid and contact info. Thanks Sharon
  6. Hi Jean, I sent you a pm. I am interested in the two remaining King design boards if you would also sell them separately. Thanks, Sharon
  7. HST=half square triangle, I knew that. LOL. It just didn't compute-- senior moment. Thanks, Sharon
  8. Wow, beautiful just beautiful! Absolutely stunning, maybe some day I can be just half that good. I don't know what a HST is, could somebody please tell me?
  9. Wow, all I can say is that your artistic abilities are waaaay over the top! Beautiful work.
  10. I'll take them, let me know hoe to pay. Sharon
  11. Hi, on the APQS website they sell for $11.95 each, sometimes cheaper at other places. Hope this helps.
  12. Do you still have the Pocket Guide and Workbook to Freehanding Heirloom Feathers, OR maybe someone else has one they are willing to sell me? Thanks Sharon
  13. Thanks, I'll search thru another scrap tub then I should be set. It really does sound fun.
  14. You all just talked me into it, this will be my first mystery quilt! I'm collecting my fabrics, and may need more purples (magenta). How many different fabrics of each color choice do I need? This does sound fun. Sharon
  15. Oh, it is beautiful! If I lived closer I would beg for a "play date" with you!