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  1. Re: translated directions for the Schnabelina bag pattern

    Ja Andrea, ich hab mich richtig ausgetobt! Und es hat riesig Spaß gemacht!
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    Re: WOOT!! MT LUTE IS DONE!!

    This is absolutely amazing!!!! Congratulations!!!!
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    Stroms at Sea made out of batiks

    Well,
    this pattern follows me for years and now I did it again... I jumped into my Batik stash and fullfilled a dream.
    I made this amazing pattern which shows curves without having one curve to...
  4. Re: translated directions for the Schnabelina bag pattern

    Hi,
    I made my Schnabelina about one year ago and I think it's a great idea to translate the instructions because the pattern is so amazing.
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  5. Sticky: Re: Quick Access Links for MSQC Tutorials - My User Notes

    That's a great idea and help! Thank you so much!
    Gaby from far far away Germany! :icon_wave:
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    Re: Batiks - My great love

    Also halten wir beide Europäer jetzt hier die Stellung! Gemeinsam sind wir stark... ;-)
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    Re: Batiks - My great love

    @cat77.. Und Dein Deutsch ist perfekt. Schön mal einen Deutschen Kommentar zu lesen... Bist Du von hier? Ausgewandert wie unsere Tochter oder hast Du Deutsche Wurzeln? :icon_bigsmile:
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    Re: Batiks - My great love

    Hi sassygranny, hi everybody who wants to know more about the pattern :-)

    There are different namens for this pattern. Some call it "3d tumbling blocks with no y-seams" or you can find some by...
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    Batiks - My great love

    So, here some news from Germany!

    I did it again. I chose Batiks. This time I made a 3d Dices Quilt which all the "Girls" of our quilt Group made a long time ago.

    WeGe-Quilts: Würfelquilt
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Hi Cathryn, thank you for this comment. Yes I love my new machine and I'm exploring it step by step...
    It's exciting!
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Yes Toni this would be fun to meet out in the Midwest, maybe at Jenny's store or her hotel or whatever she has opened until then. Well, the kids have to get used to the seasons they will have now. In...
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thank you Suzyk for your comment. I'm glad you like my NYB quilt.
    Bye bye to Ottawa
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thank you Amy. Your comment is so encouraging. In Germany quiltshows are rare but I will consider it and maybe I'll find one which wants to show it. I will let you know. So bye bye to Saratoga
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thank you aprice. I'm glad you like my newest quilt.
    Bye to Kentucky
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    Re: A dream came true...

    She and her hubby lived in Cayucos near Morro Bay and they moved to the Midwest 2 weeks ago. So we've a new place to go after traveling to the west very often. New places to go, new people to...
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thank you Sally O'Sews for your comment, partly in German as well! And I like to share my pictures because I'm often inspired by pictures other quilters show as well. It's a good inspiration for many...
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thank you goofyizzy. Yes I think that was my masterpiece so far and I'm glad it turned out so nice and that I'm not the only one who likes it.
    Greetings to Southern California.
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Well Lenie, actually I wrote that I picked about 120 or so different fabrics out of 180. But it's still a lot of different fabrics. And there are batiks which I bought at a German-Netherlands fabric...
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thank you Briardog. I'm glad you like my NYB. And yes of most of the fabrics, and there much more than 100 different batiks in this quilt, I exactly know where I bought them. Hope you are able to...
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thank you Tdimitrov and guess what. It was very hard to select those colors and fabrics. I had about 180 different fabrics (some only a few inches) and to choose the right one was a big deal because...
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thanks Sherri! I'm glad you like my NYB. Greetings to Missouri. The State which I will visit next fall for the first time because our kids (daughter and hubby) just moved there 2 weeks ago :-)
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thanks Simone to Ontario, Canada. And I'm of your opinion as well. "Sewing is cheaper than therapy" ! It's a great statement!
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thank you so much Toni for this beautiful answer to my post and those compliments. I'm glad that you like my NYB. Greetings to Northern California. Where do you live there? I've been to the central...
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thank you Kelly. I'm glad you like my NYB
    Greetings to the USA
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    Re: A dream came true...

    Thank you to tamsterg7 who wrote in German from St. Louis, Missouri. I actually have some relatives who immigrated in the last century and worked building the main station of St. Louis. Their family...
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