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    25 September 2012


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    Paula@Brother Sewing Machine LS2125I

    You're so kind and generous to participate in that challenge. You must be having a lot of fun. Good for you.

    Cindi p

    Your blog is the only one I check every day to see if you have updated! I love the prairie points and flying geese, thanks for the inspiration!


    Your pillow cases are great. I too love the Halloween one. Thanks for the tutorials. Good to have you blogging again.


    These are wonderful fabric choices and patterns. I just finished making 50 for the local Children's Cancer Center and 15 for Service Men and Women. Our area is striving to collect 1000 and we're almost there. Yay NM!

    Jill Harkins

    Thank you for the tips about the prairie points. I love the pillow case with the owls-prairie points & black spiderweb fabric. The owls look straight out of Harry Potter. Plus love your store. Since moving I don't get up to the area so much anymore


    Thank you ever so much for the fine tips on how to sew prairie point. I love them but always found it very difficult to get them right. Hoope very much to be the lucky one that wins one of the Folded Corner Cutters - it looks as if it is going to be at great help in making corners right. Greetings from Denmark

    Carole A.

    Roseanne these are so cute! I especially like the Halloween pillow case. It is so fun!


    What fun pillowcases! I'm trying to finish up mine for our hop Thursday! I love the fabrics you chose! Thanks to Quilts & More for leading me to your it!


    Awesome job ... you give me a wonderful idea!! Our 4-H group is visiting a local senior home in a few weeks ... Our sewing group will be presenting each one with a pillowcase! Now, we just need about 20 more hours in a day to get everything done that we have lined up for ourselves! :)


    I enjoy making the pillowcases, but choosing the fabric is the hard part--and usually only need three--too many choices. LOL


    Good tips and the pillow cases are adorable! I've been making and giving pillow cases as gifts for years.

    Kristin Roylance

    Love the Halloween fabric...some lucky little one is going to love it!


    Thanks for the tutorial! Pillowcases are such a special gift!

    Kristen are amazing! Love your pillowcases and your extra tips!!! :)

    Patty Simmons

    I love the Halloween pillowcase. Your tutorial on those prairie points is great! Thanks for the photos for all of us visual learners.


    Indeed, this is a wonderful effort!! Thanks for the 'review' of patterns!

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