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    23 June 2009

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    bscotland

    Love the hints for wool felt applique. Becky

    Cindy

    I love doing felt work, however I never used real wool! Thank you I can't wait to try it! I would be so happy to win one of your strawberry pin cushions!

    Kathi

    Thanks for the tips with wool. You make it look so easy.

    Linda in AZ

    Thanks for the tutorial. It looks like fun to do.

    Karen Rosewarne

    Thanks for the tutorial, you make it sound easy. We have a great shop in Tasmania call the Quilted Crow that has beautiful wool, which I'd love to use. I love 3D applique look so will give this a try. Regards Karen from Australia

    Sandy Roe

    I love wool too although I've not worked with it as much as I would like to - thanks for the tips and ideas. Also, thanks for the great recipe - it sounds tasty and appears to be a time saver - like we all need.

    Mary

    the pictures are great--and make me want to get out the wool and thread right this minute--except there is that dusting.....hmmmmm
    thanks for being a part of the blog hop!

    Sue Bennett

    I just love wool applique. It is a great take along project and you items are great.

    Mary in MN

    Thank you for this blog hop!

    Susan M.

    Wow what perfect timing. I just received lots and lots of wool felt from a fellow quilter on the HGTV Quilting and Needlework message board. I can use all the tips that abound using items made out of wool felt. I especially want to learn to make adorable pincushions. I am having a pincushion fetish at the moment....lol... Looking forward to the next pincushion swap on the message board.

    I am going to enjoy browsing your blog. Thanks ever so much for doing the Minnesota blog hop and letting us participate.

    Karen Kashiwagi

    Sounds like a great recipe - thanks for sharing!

    Lynn Vogel Turbes

    We loved having Heather at our guild last month and am looking forward to making this from her fabrics! I have a stash to go to!!!

    Diane Cannon

    I just love your headheader for your blog site--I love old and new buttons--having fun so far--hugs, just, Di

    Marilynn

    Having so much fun checking out all these sites! Thanks

    laurie

    Can't wait to see what you have in store for us on Thursday!!

    gail

    What a fun way to lead up to the 4th of July, a gift to look forward to everyday!! Thanks for sharing!!

    Brenda

    I love recipes that let a person do what they need to do, and still have a great meal at the end of the day!! And this is showing me new blogs that I have not heard of or even knew were out there - and it's great!!

    Jean Kehler

    Thank you for sharing your "quilt all day" dinner, it looks like it will be delicious. I can't wait to see what you will have in store for us on your day

    Ursula Hopkins

    Love the idea of the blog hop. Thanks for the crock recipe. Will give me more time to check out some new blogs I have not heard of thru the blog hop.

    Helz

    Bloghopping in Anticipation... Lol

    Pat

    This is such a great idea. Thanks so much for keeping us informed. Can't wait to see what you have to share. I know I will love it!!!

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