LOUISEH54
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  • v TRUELOU
    Hi Louise,
    Thank you for the welcome. My name's Louise too.
    3771 days ago
  • v BEEKAYBEE
    Hi Louise, Your kitty does look exactly like mine and I think Napoleon is a terrific name for one of these cats -- my Frankie has an incredible Napoleon complex. He wants to rule the world! In particular, he wants to have our rescued barn cat go away. Ah well, such is life in a multi-cat household. And of course we'll never run out of long cream cat hair either! --BeeKay
    3783 days ago
  • v QUILTEDCAT52
    Thanks Louise!
    It's "With All My Heart" designed by Mim Schlabach for Whims Watercolor Kits.
    My friend Alice had made a comment when she saw a picture of the kit in my Keepsake Quilting catalog. She doesn't think she has a knack for doing anything creative. I bought the kit and gave it to her for her birthday. I knew she really loved it and because the real gift was to spend time together and show her she is more capable than she gives herself credit. I didn't count the time per se, but it went together pretty quickly. Eight of us were spending time at the coast on a "girls trip to the beach" weekend. We would work on it like a jigsaw puzzle, a little at a time here and there and then for a few hours at a time in the evening when we were just yakking around the table. It's a wall hanging so it isn't that big. We placed the pieces on the grid, heat tacked them down, stitched the seams, and added the borders in a weekend. It was machine quilted and the binding added over another weekend.
    Alice

    www.keepsakequilting.com

    http://www.whims.cc/withall.htm

    Free pattern of "Yellow Rose of Texas":
    http://www.whims.cc/pdf/Whims%20Free%20P
    attern.pdf

    3784 days ago
  • v UNSTOPPABLE_
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    Welcome to SparkPeople.
    3787 days ago
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