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June 26, 2009


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Ellyn Z

I love your blog! I am actually working on preparing a sewing class for preteens! We're going to start with pj pants. Also making shopping bags, fabric baskets & dabbling in pincushions! Until something else catches my imagination! I'd love to be a winner


eek! I don't know who I'll do it, but I"d love some scraps to add to my super pregnant mind!!!
looks like fun baby things? yes.
and I"ll be honest... the quilt is coming along... I swear!!!

Mary Grace McNamara

And I'm a faithful follower...I just love your little girl's clothing...so feminine and fun!



oh hey! I joined your mailing list TOO! it seemed like a good idea... thank you!!!


i love love love the idea of teaching younger students to sew. it's such a great skill and hobby to help them express their creativities in new ways! very cool.

current projects... i have several going at the moment, but one is sewing up some little fabric hair accessories. it's very much a work in progress, but sometimes it's not just about the end product, you know? ;o)


i am also a google reader follower of your blog. gotta love my google!

thanks <3


Hi Sheree, Bless you for your summer sewing camp and keeping the craft alive. I few years ago I taught a quilt class to our group of 7th graders, boys and girls. They had to design their own quilt design then with my colleauge Sue, and my Mom, we had them sew their own pillows. It was a lot of work (75 students total)teaching about 22 kids at a time but the results were marvelous!
My mom, my sister, and I all quilt and have shared some wonderful times together because of it. I'll always be grateful to Mom for taking the time to teach me.
Just finished up a baby quilt and will start another one tomorrow.


I love Amy Butler fabrics. I just recently finished a quilt with a mix of her lines. I'd love to make another quilt with your scraps! I follow via Google Reader.


I just signed up for your mailing list.


Right now I am working on 3 different quilts.
I would LOVE your scraps!



I follow you with google reader!


I'm a member of your flickr group!


I've tweeted about the giveaway... I'm pattyruth14 on Twtter.


I am working on quilts and bags. I have fallen in love with bag making and I am trying to do one quilt in between each bag. I think the bags are ahead right now thougt.

Pretty scraps and fun bag pattern.


Gosh i wish you were in my town as I know my girls would love your classes. I would love your give a-way!


I am trying to sew binding on a quilt. taking a little longer than I was hoping! Yikes!


Ok for my second entry to this week's give away I have mentioned you on my blog lalaslovelys.blogspot.com


Love to see pics of Leah sewing - my 12 yo daughter has expressed an interest, but that's about it really. I'm having a few days of cutting out fabric in the sizes I need, then it wil be sew, sew, sew!!

meg d

I am working on transforming my maternity skirts into appliqued dresses for my 3 year and 1 year old girls. Its fun to see them wear the clothes again inky this time on the outside!


I'm currently working on some plushies for gifts :)

A sewing camp is such an awesome idea! I would have jumped at the opportunity to attend one as a kid. Learning to use the sewing machine by myself is difficult!

Rafael's mum

Wonderful fabrics! Thank you for another chance to win! Love the fabrics you use for your projects and well done to your daughter! She looks lovely sewing away on her skirt!


HI Sherree I am working on my half hexagon quilt which is part of a quiltalong..my first actually and am enjoying it.

I would be so pleased to win the giveaway as I realise seeing all the photos in my flickr groups that I am behind in modern fabric choices!!!


Hi Sheree I have joined your mailing list!


Hi again Sherri I have added you to my google reader and your added your feedreader thingie! Oh I forgot to add the link to my quilt wip ...its here



Okay am about to tweet it!

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