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Tabitha O.

My girls are both Sept babies too (ok well tweenie babies) but gorsh they are forever my babies! I love those colors...fabric stores that have comfy chairs are pure silly evil they lure you with their beautiful colors compelling you to just sit, look, sit and look and then buy ...notice how all the fabric are in sitting eye range right?

DianeY

For not having a plan, you came up with great yarn colors! They look beautiful together!

Tracie

I seriously want to visit the quilt shop. Too bad I live in the south. You bought some great fabrics!!!!!

amylouwho

Why oh why is there not a quilt shop that looks like that near me!?! I about died just looking at that picture! Love that Sandi Henderson Farmer's Market stuff.

Leigh

wow - that quilt shop is gorgeous! No wonder it's one of your favorite places!!!

Amy Hodge

Those are some of my favorite Heather Bailey prints!! Lovely!

Laura W.

Oh man, I wish I had a quilt shop like that near me... or maybe not, I'd go broke! :)

I love the fabrics you picked for the peaches & cream theme, delicious!

Scott at BlueNickelStudios

Love the peach and cream thing.....
and what is wrong with 12 shades of Green anyway!!?!?!?

Viv

I love that peaches and creme colour scheme!!!

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Brandy

Given your new found interest in knitting and crochet, I thought you might enjoy a site called ravelry.com . You have to get on the waiting list to become a member (the wait is only a few days) but it's well worth it. I describe it as myspace for knitters/crocheters but that doesn't do it justice. There are patterns (for free and to buy), yarns, and forums to help if you get stuck, and most importantly you get to display your projects for all to see. Hope you join....my name there is yarnfetish if you want a friend to add.

Blakely

that quilt store looks wonderful.

Amy @ parkcitygirl

love the gotcha - tee hee!

Your inquisitions are so pretty!! Love all the different colors :)

Doris

Oh Lord have mercy...I want to go to your wuilt shop!!!!!

Love those aqua walls...

Doris

Ugh. Obviously I meant "quilt" shop, not "wuilt" shop...

Martha

I love the yarn, but that quilt shop looks so darned cute. Nothing like that near me that I've discovered.

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