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Member postings for Hilary Tush

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Thread: Chat
07/02/2013 14:08:21

Hi Pam, I find using stitch-and- tear to support my fabrics often helps stop bobbin threads from tangling


Thread: subscription problems
20/10/2009 15:08:34
Been trying to subscribe to mag online, keep being told link is broken. Katie please can you help?
Thread: Angela's Rhapsody Quilt
29/01/2009 09:39:40
Stunning piece of work, colours are gorgeous.
Thread: Children's Society Quilts
26/01/2009 22:26:50
Had problems buying tickets tonight, will try again in the morning
26/01/2009 21:52:07
Well done Janet, and all the ladies who donated fabric for the gorgeous quilt. Off to buy a couple of raffle tickets.
Thread: Chat
30/11/2008 16:40:00
Wouldn't dare remove the protective layer of dust from my furniture!!!!!!
Thread: IMG_0891_1_1.JPG
16/11/2008 16:23:00

Lucky sister Tessa, its beautiful

16/11/2008 16:20:00

Wow, what beautiful work Angela,can't wait to see finished quilt.

P.S gorgeous colours too

30/10/2008 12:35:00

Wouldn't have managed without the instruction posted on this forum, thanks Babs and Katy.

30/10/2008 10:37:00
Can't say I've done much applique Babs. Just finishing the Dresden Dahlia block, bit of a challenge, but I'm getting there. Will be part of the quilt St Thomas's Bury are making
30/10/2008 10:30:00

Snap, my birthday is the 10th Sept too. Can't say I'm the organised  type either Katy.

Thread: Hexagon-swirls.jpg
28/10/2008 13:29:00

You sure have loads of patience Alison, your quilt is gorgeous.


Thread: The Impatient Patchworker
16/09/2008 07:16:00

Congratulations Pat.  Don't worry about the UFO's, just enjoy the new book.

 Happy Sewing


Thread: lets do it again
04/09/2008 08:23:00

I love sampler quilts ,and your choice of colours are gorgeous

Thread: Harrogate?
04/09/2008 08:16:00

Not long to wait now!  I'm going tomorrow with 4 ladies of our group,( St Thomas's Bury).  We're all excited as we enjoyed ourselves so much last year.

Thread: The Impatient Patchworker
02/09/2008 13:54:00

Impatient, yes thats me. Can't wait to see the finished "Singing Garden"  quilt our group ( St Thomas's Bury) are making. We will be raffling the quilt next year, with all the proceeds going to the Young Oncology Unit at the Christie Hospital.

Thread: Submit your event listing here
11/06/2008 13:30:00

Thanks for the good wishes Katy, will keep you posted of any further events at St Thomas. Hope your daughter has a wonderful birthday.


09/06/2008 17:35:00

Greater Manchester..... St Thomas Church, Rochdale Road, Bury.( just off the M66)

St Thomas's Quilters invite you to a Coffee, Craft and Quilt Day on Saturday 21st June 10a.m-3pm.

Display of Quilts.  Hand crafted items for sale.  Mini demonstrations throughout the day.

Traders.... Craft and Quilts Southport.  Empress Mills Colne

After all this why not sit down to a lovely cuppa and a piece of homemade cake.

Admissiom 50p, to include a re-useable bag

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