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    I clicked on your Rose of Sharon... takes one's breath away... Your body of work is wonderful! Yes, they will be heirlooms.. GB
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    I know others have said it, but I am so amazed by the quilts in your albums! I hope one day to have at least a quarter of your talent. You are truly talented!
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    WOW...... I have been looking at your album's and all I can say is WOW!!!! Beautiful quilts
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    Just viewed your albums, your work is stunning!
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    I just love your Labyrinth Walk! I've been looking for a pattern online and all I can find is a kit for $139. It was apparently featured in Quilt Magazine, the April/May 2012 issue, but it is now out of print. Do you have a source for the pattern?
    Thanks!
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    Thank you so much for the kind words about my heart quilt. I t was so much fun to make.
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    I was out of town for a few days and came home and found that I had received a package from you! Thank you so much for my mug rug. The colors are beautiful! It made my day to get the special package in the mail.

    Thanks again!

    Missie
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    Thank you for the nice comments about my quilts! It's always nice when someone else likes what I make. Cyndi
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    your very welcome.. seriously your quilts are amazing.
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    Thanks Queen! I have not done crewel since the late 1980's. I worked the midnight shift at the hospital from 1978-1983 and back then they allowed staff to bring "handwork" for those quiet times usually between 2-4 am. I used that time to work on my crochet afghans and crewel projects when possible. Boy have times changed! Can't do that anymore! I finally had to give up most my handwork after developing Lymphedema in 2006 following my breast cancer treatments. I'm glad I discovered quilting though. As long as I can do most every thing by machine it works for me!
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