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First of all, ignore my message to you today about machine quilting, you've figured it out obviously and the quilt just looks so modern, colorful, and gorgeous! This is the same type of feel I want Ian's (future) quilt to look like. And, oh my goodness, Electric Company! How I'd forgotten about that show, it was one of my favorites. I'm sending my kids over to your house next time it rains.


Oooh - happy lovely cupcakes.

And I had no idea that Electric Co. was available on DVD - will have to check this out....

enjoy the weekend!


I am SOOO trying to like hand quilting but so far, no luck - so I hear what you are saying.

I just read an article in a back issue of the New Yorker about a guy that goes to Italy to learn old school butchering. Anyway, there was a great quote. "You can't do traditional work at a modern pace. Traditional work has a tradtional pace." I'm trying to repeat it as my mantra (and twice for everytime the needle disappears!)

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