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April 07, 2009

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sheri howard

Those little coin purses are so cute! Thanks for sharing the book. I will be getting myself one of those!

Rita

Sounds like a class is in order

Cathy McMann

I love the Japanese books and try to get to the Japanese book store whenever I'm in NYC on business. The how-to illustrations are usually good guidance (I don't read Japanese).

Mary Beth

The bobbin holders are great! Esp if you are using thread from bobbins. I just picked up my 2nd one a few weeks ago. I love love love the Aurifil too. Such a nice long staple. You. Will. Love. It. And the Dovo scissors - got those too. I have all those 3 things. I am impressed w/ myself. Maybe I am doing something right??? Ah, I think I am. I just finished the last big block of my Lollypop Trees quilt yesterday. Now onto remaining 20 or so little ones......... I love your Millies!!!!!! --Mary Beth (mblarosa@cox.net)

Caryn

I just bought that bobbin holder this weekend! of course I was not in Lancaster at a quilt show - I was at the firehouse quilting day, but that is the next best thing to a quilt show! We missed you Saturday.

Janet

So how did you like doing needleturn? You gotta have the gadgets, I love the dovo scissors too, I love gingher as well.

Donna Smith

The coin purses are so cute! Sounds like you had a wonderful day!

Karen Beigh

Oh, the coing purses are cute! What a delightful idea.

Sara

Hi! I am a japanese who lives in Sweden.
I am going there this week with my son. I am hoping to get the book.thanks for sharing.

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