I've told you before how I love getting mail...I think we all love getting fun mail...well today was a great day. I got my Paducah Nine Patches and little 3" finished Nine Patches that Judy and I sway every month. They are wonderful and it is amazing that for as long as we've been trading we haven't duplicated fabric combinations. It's amazing how many different Civil War fabrics there are out there.
Then Cindy sent me this great packgage of 30's fabrics...
we were talking a couple of weeks ago and I told her that I had some of those "pretty" fabrics that she uses for blended quilts and that I would never use them and that if she'd let me send them to her, it would make room on my shelf. She very graciously took them off my hands. YIPPEE! Well then look at my treat, she said she had some 30's and wouldn't use them and would I take them...I was thrilled...can't ever have too many of those...I have another baby quilt to make and this will give me great variety. Thank you Cindy.
Finally I'm caught up with my Hometown Christmas I think, well until the 15th anyway. Here's the last block from January
and then I sewed the section together.
Today I cut out the last 3 blocks, so I should be able to keep up this month.
Thank you all for you nice wishes for Zack...I'm happy to report that today was a much better day. We only had one licking/chewing incident and he's acting like himself again...so I'm cautiously optimistic that we're coming out on the other side.
Enjoy your evening everyone.
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I'M FIRST!!! I don't think that's happened before! I guess I'll celebrate later.....lol!
What wonderful fabric you received! Very pretty - I can't wait to see what you do with them!
I also love your Hometown Christmas blocks - nicely done, Carol!
I'm so happy to hear that Zack is pretty much back to his happy self, too!
Mmmm - that's some yummy mail you got there *s* Glad to hear that Zack is doing better - we do worry about those pups.
I love your Hometown Christmas blocks. Your colors are so crisp. Great job!
Glad to hear that Zack is feeling better today. Do you want to do my Hometown blocks since you are coming right along with yours? LOL.
Oh my gosh, 30's fabrics, those have to be my favorites, then Civil War fabrics. If you ever want to try a 30's swap, let me know! Did you see how many of them they had at Rosie's? Dang, if DH hadn't been waiting in the car, I totally would have bought some of each!
P.S. Glad Zack is doing better, such a sweet boy.
OH SURE!!! BRAG, BRAG, BRAG!!! Just cause you have your Hometown blocks done and are trying to be in Kims good graces. WHATEVER!!!
Love the 30's you got. Lucky girl. Do I get to quilt the next baby quilt???
Great looking 'fun mail'. :-)
I'm so glad that Zack better!
Yea! Hometown Christmas! Woo-hoo! Great job! See, you do your Hometown Christmas just like you're SUPPOSED to, and you get rewarded with fun mail. Karma! Are you listening SHARON?! ROFLOL!
Ooo what fun mail--I love that kind of mail. Your hometown blocks are so cute! I'm glad Zack is better...omg those boots are cute!!!
Yes KIM I'm listening. If I make my blocks does this mean that you will send me stuff???? HUH KIM???
Glad Zack is feeling better. I love the look of that pile of 1930's fabric you got in the mail.
Your Hometown Christmas blocks are wonderful. Happy stitching.
Yummy fabrics - I have a solid green like that, a bunch of fat quarters and some genuine feedsack - should get it all out and start a depression era quilt - whoopsie!!! Of course I mean after I finish some of the UFO's hanging around here! LOL
Janet in coastal Nova Scotia, eagerly awaiting spring
You received some delightful fun mail. Isn't it great when you can make a trade...win win situation for both. And it clears some space for new stuff.
That's my kinda mail! Love the blocks you are working on. They are turning out nice. Glad to hear about your doggie doing better.
The Hometown blocks are awesome! Glad Zack is better.
You did have a great mail day! And, congrats for keeping up with Hometown Christmas!
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Love 30's fabric! Lucky you! You're christmas blocks are wonderful. Can't wait to see the whole thing.
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