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rosemary Rosenfeld19/03/2019 18:26:37
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rosemary Rosenfeld19/03/2019 18:29:51
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Well...I am doing my best to produce the stitchers of the future! Yesterday evening I was at the Brownies in the next village...decorating small calico bags...for Mothers day I think! Rx

Sylvia20/03/2019 10:07:46
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Sending gentle hugs Maria. Hope the investigations will lead to a treatment to ease the pain.

Great Rosemary, that's what we need, stitchers of the future. xxx

Eileen Foster20/03/2019 22:21:21
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that is a lovely thing to do. do they still get badges for sewing etc?

Brenda in OZ21/03/2019 05:13:37
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Hi Everyone,

Love the bags. It's a long time since I was a Brownie!

My dear quilting friend Janet has a big zero birthday next month so I have made her a bag using two of the Mola panels I bought in Central America some years ago. I hope she likes it.

Brenda in OZ

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Margaret S24/03/2019 09:37:03
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What a fantastic, unique gift, Brenda. I do love Mola set against black. I'm sure your friend will love it.

Margaret

Eileen Foster25/03/2019 08:58:28
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they are so pretty Brenda. not heard of Mola before. So much to learn still smiley

Eileen xx

rosemary Rosenfeld27/03/2019 10:48:59
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rosemary Rosenfeld27/03/2019 10:52:18
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Here is the Drunkards path...at last...sorry...I know it needs a good press..but I will do that just before I layer it up..probably with a friend on Friday! It is very big.....approx 84 ins by 98! Each individual square is 7 ins finished ! Rx

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Eileen Foster28/03/2019 10:36:26
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that is one heck of a top. it is wonderful and don't worry about it not being pressed. such patience the curves are not easy to sew are they?

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