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July 11, 2008


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shoes are adorable, guess they didn't have them in red?


Cute as pie shoes...tell us more about the pins please....

lily boot

the blocks look beautifully precise - I'm always impressed with the difference it makes when I think carefully about a seam I'm sewing - and I find watching where I'm going rather than where I've been improves matters as well, 'cause I don't find that years and years of repetition makes for perfect seams - it's definitely concentration and effort each time for me. And the shoes are gorgeous - love brown and pink!


I love your new blocks Megan. And apparently the judges we had a few weeks ago at our local quilt show need some training from the VQF judges -- I couldn't believe some of the winning quilts -- there were actually puckers in the machine quilting and LOTS of crooked seams!


Well goodie, I already use those! Yellow and blue glass heads and they really are just great to use!


Cute stars Megan, is it another class?


Yay for new shoes! Very cute!


Hi Megan,
I'm fairly new to the blogging world and have just discovered your blog. I've really enjoyed reading your posts. Cute shoes, they look really comfy.


Those are the same pins that I have been using for the last couple of months. I absolutely love them too. But I have experienced the same thing - if you do hit them with the needle they don't break your needle but they sure bend all to pieces.

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