Monday, December 2, 2013

Thanksgiving is gone and Christmas is just one blink away...or should I say, "blink-blink"? Once again I am practicing something new, larger text. At least I can read it while I'm typing :)

Thanksgiving was so awesome! Dearest son, Patrick, was home, the Seminoles of FSU are now in first place and the weekend was full of football and fun.

I did finish my Africa quilt. It is not quilted yet. I am saving that for my friend, Bob, at Country Crossroads. I just love the way it turned out! I think it is one of the best quilts I have ever made. It wasn't the trickiest, but one of the most pleasing.


7 comments:

  1. WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Mary Pat you just blow me away! That is AMAZING!!! Good Job!

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    1. Thank you so much! I can hardly wait for it to be quilted. I think I may enter it in the quilt show next year...maybe?

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  2. Wow, what an awesome quilt! I love it. Sorry, I don't know how to make my words bigger.

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  3. Oops! they made themselve bigger all on their own and by the way I'm not unknown, I'm your old friend, the very well known (and extremely popular :) ) Joyce Snyder

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  4. It looks so awesome Auntie M!!!!

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  5. That is quite spectacular! I am completely wowed by everything about this quilt.....absolutely amazing

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  6. Mary Pat, this quilt is stunning. I don't have African Fabrics, but I do have an African friend that I'd like to make something for, so I'm just looking around to try to get some ideas, especially for color. Of everything I've seen, this quilt, and your second African quilt, are the prettiest quilts I've seen!

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