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  1. Pictures please!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  2. Leslie, The CQ pattern is from Deb Geissler; here is the link: http://www.debrageissler.com/product_info.php?cPath=53_67_73&products_id=1348. It is called Swirls 2007.
  3. have never made this, but it sounds yummy! http://www.elise.com/recipes/archives/001439spicy_pumpkin_soup.php Never thought there would that many recipes for Pumpkin Soup! enjoy!
  4. Laura, here is the link to to the pattern: http://mountaintopquilting.danemcoweb.com/shop/product/mqs-123-pumpkin-soup/ It says it comes with recipies, maybe one of them is Pumpkin Soup!!!!
  5. Laura, I have contacted the customer, but have not heard back yet, will post as soon as I do. I am not sure what she thought of the quilting,she wasn't home, and won't be until today so will find out when I talk to her. The other ladies loved it. Satu/Jolene, I wonder what Pumpkin soup would really be like! Pumpkin Pie is my favorite, maybe I will look for a soup recipe. I really had alot of fun doing this quilt, and with every success, more confidence to do the next. Only 16 days to Christmas!
  6. Tracey, that black fabric is a Micheal Miller Fabric. Our LQS store still has some in stock, but that doesn't help you there. Hope you find some a little closer to home! here is a link for it on his site:http://www.michaelmillerfabrics.com/MMF/Popup1_Swatch.cfm?Popup=6&&Kwds=floral
  7. Tracey, I don't know, but will contact the customer and the let you know.
  8. Compuquilter all the way! More PPP needed before I attempt anything like that freehand. I am getting better at SID, and the piano key border was so easy with the channel locks. Thanks for all your nice comments! Only 19 days to Christmas!!!!!!!!
  9. Well I finally finished it. I had some tension issues in the bobbin and ended up frogging one whole row of the middle E2E. Now that I have learned that lesson, I will always stop and check the tension at the beginning of every row. What took 10 minutes to quilt, took hours to frog!!!! Anyway, here it is done, I deliver it tomorrow. I am really happy with it, I hope my customer will be too! Thanks for looking! Happy Quilting!
  10. Linda, that would be great, can't offer to buy you coffee at Innovations, but I can give you a and say thank-you!!!!
  11. I know this has probably been posted already, many times, but I can't seem to find it. When accepting a customer quilt, what kind of form does everyone use? Do you write everything down in an appointment book too? or just a calendar?? I like simple, and as I will be quilting mainly for myself, with a few customer quilts, what would be the easiest???? All suggestions welcome.
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