Suzie W.

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About Suzie W.

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  1. Ok, Debbie, what time do you want all of us to arrive? I like quiltedsunflower's idea to meet at her house....but anybody from Indep. or KC area can meet up with me before hand... I will be glad to bring a dish, drinks, whatever....
  2. Yes, I also drive I-35 all the way from Indep. MO. I would be delighted to have some riders along. Sheri--I so enjoyed meeting you from before--sorry, I won't get to see you.
  3. Yeah! It looks like I can make the 7th! One question--where are you located? Day trip mileage or farther?
  4. I laughed so hard I had tears running down my face!
  5. I agree with Queenie about no more cutting grass and such. Me--snow---No worries DH, "the snow will melt off the driveway before you get home as the end of the week"--hee, hee... but I do have to bring in the wood for the stove. I also agree with Dustee about what winter speaks. Right there with you. Also, love the hot tub but for my arthritic knee and aching feet, however, it just relaxes me so much I am ready to sleep afterwards.
  6. I just finished 2 quilts using the Magna Glide Delights bobbins with So-Fine, Bottom Line, King Tut, Monoflment and Glide threads and never had a problem. Adjusted a tiny bit of tension when I used the King Tut and the Mono. One quilt was all King Tut and the other was McKenna Ryan's Beach Walk wallhanging and that was where I used all kids of threads on the applique and thread painting. I love those bobbins!!!
  7. I am so glad you brought up this topic as I am also researching the machines. While I love the newest ones, they are out of my price range---so once I decide what I want--I will watch sales... and re-sales. Hope others continue to respond.
  8. That is exactly what we did Jim. So we were happy and anticipating.....till an e-mail came from seller last night saying she had less yardage than she thought. So I took what she had and she refunded me the rest. She was gracious to work with and I would buy from her again. So first thing this morning on our way to take my daughters back to college--I took a detour in opposite direction to a quit store that had just a few yards left and purchased those too. So now I have enough!!! YEH!!!!!!! Then on way home to being a empty nester again!!!! I stopped at a quilt shop along the highwa
  9. I have looked at all the sites but have had no luck. My daughter helped me and she found where it said it could be in one cut. So yeh!!!!!
  10. I am after a particular fabric that I have not been able to find. It is Stof fabrics--Rosie's Love Letter Style. I finally resorted to e-bay and found a seller Sylvia's.... There is no description of how the fabric is cut. It just asks for quantity. I want 6 yards but do not want it in individual cuts nor do I want any other cuts. I have written an e-mail to ask but have not received word--just wandering if any of you can help me in the mean time or where i can find the fabric elsewhere. Thanks for your help.
  11. I have a customer that wants me to quilt her T-shirt quilt top. It is made out of her son's soccer jersey shirts. It is a slick fabric and it will be interfaced. I asked her for a few scraps to play with--she did in deed give me few scraps--so not much playing. I also suggested to her to let me use my 80/20 batting instead of her poly batting. I will doing a large meander. Can anyone give me other pointers on how to quilt these slick jerseys?
  12. Awesome!!!!! I have the pattern and some of the fabric--now to find the time.....
  13. Loved the story--I am going to share it with a couple of fabric stashers. My husband laughed while reading it too. Aren't husbands great!!! Mine is supportive in all ways of quilting but doesn't know I am hoping to equal some of your stashes some day!!!
  14. Darn and I had 2 ladies coming with me. I am sure you will all have a great time!