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14 comments:

  1. Is anyone selling your clothespin aprons?
    taramartindale@yahoo.com

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  2. hello,
    I have choosen your blog as my selection of the month
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    Marie
    http://funaig.canalblog.com/

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  3. Are making the little house ornaments again?! I would like to order at least 4. Let me know! Thanks!
    Sam

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  4. We just got from quilt market in Houston.We saw your ballerina doll and wanted to see if we could purchase one and if you have the pattern. We got your info from the fabric rep. Thanks terry

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  5. Hi Terry, the ballerina pattern is not yet available, I'm still working on it! Thanks!

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  6. Hi Kim,
    Can I buy a doll that is already made like the one in the Anna Griffin booth??

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  7. Hi Kim,
    Would you consider making a ballerina doll for our quilt store?
    We love your doll patterns and I don't have time to make one. Thanks Terry

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  8. I would still love to have one of the ballerina dolls made is there any possibility of you doing that. Thanks Terry

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  9. My name is Linda I found a tea cozy pattern from pinterest. When I go on your web page and click tutorial it goes to car adds and blue book. I need a pattern for tea cozy so I can make them for our ladies luncheon. Thank you

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  10. Hi Linda, you must have found an outdated link! You can find the tea cozy pattern in my Etsy shop. Happy Stitching!

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  11. I purchased the premier issue of quick to stitch and it shows an adorable Dresden wall hanging with a bird that it says the tutorial is on your blog. Is it posted and I am looking in the wrong place? Thanks!

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  12. Hi Cole! I do not have a dresden plate tutorial on my blog, but you can find one here that will yield a block the same size as mine: http://www.sewmamasew.com/2010/04/dresden-plate-block-sew-along/

    Happy Stitching!
    Kim

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  13. I purchased your book "Scrap Happy Sewing" and am trying to make the "Take It Easy Cross-Body Bag". I am on page 97 where there are instructions to make the inside pocket. For the life of me, I cannot figure them out. Is there any errata or can you shed some light on them? The pocket and the bag body are not the same size, but the instructions say to place the pocket onto one of the solid cotton bag bodies, right sides together making sure that the pocket top is level with the top of the body piece - what is done with the bottom fabric that does not line up? I know this is probably a simple thing and I am just not understanding it so any help you can give me would be greatly appreaciated.

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    1. Hi! Thanks so much for asking for clarification on making the pocket. I was referring to making sure that the pocket top and the top of the bag were parallel so the pocket doesn't end up crooked, I didn't mean for you to place them on top of each other, sorry that was confusing! The bottom of the pocket and the bottom of the body piece should be matched up and pinned together. On page 99 under step 4 you can see the pocket in between the lining pieces in the second photo. I hope that helps!! Happy Stitching!

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