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At 11:41am on July 15, 2013, Elizabeth Phillips said…

Hi Viki,

Thank you for your comments on my quilts.  Sometimes I don't feel like quilting for days.  Right now I'm sewing all my scraps into 12 1/2" blocks.  I press open the seams.  I use them for scrap backings.  They are very popular!

At 9:34am on May 27, 2013, Sue Provencher said…
Thank Viki, sunshine arrived this morn, now can plant : )
At 11:38am on April 21, 2013, Chef Lisa said…

Viki I finally had my 5th neck surgery and am able to write a little before the pain gets so extreme that I can't write but I am still working on all of the squares first. you know how it goes when you start a piece then run out of fabric it is very frustrating. I am just cutting and filling in small light , med, and dark boxes right now. I have 2 pictures to work with right now my picture which, I will start with first then move towards the brothers. I'm concentrating on the contrast of the pieces right now.

At 9:49pm on April 17, 2013, marc slott said…

Wow, a hundred quilts...that is amazing.  I looked at your work and its great.  I'm kind of a newbie to this, and I am a collector not a quilter but the diversity and sheer quantity of quilts I have had the opportunity to see online is remarkable.   Pretty interesting site too!

At 6:38pm on April 3, 2013, Elizabeth Phillips said…

Thank you, Viki!

At 7:38pm on March 18, 2013, Chef Lisa said…

I got your scraps today they are the best looking scraps they were al neat in the package. Goes to show that USPS did not throw it around that much.

I have a possible buyer for the quilt from Lancaster!

At 5:49pm on February 13, 2013, Mary Moore said…

Vicki, do I dare share this joke with my husband.  We're getting close to 50 years.

At 12:27pm on February 7, 2013, Riana Noyes said…

Well start saving... Juki's just come out with the new TL2200QVP, has auto up/down, thread cutter, 18" reach,gear driven, quiet, and a second handwheel within reach if you need it! I can only afford a Bailey right now (15") and it will go on my homebuilt frame. Hope to get it next mo. Since I no longer earn a living, I have a tight budget for "frills"llol.

At 8:42pm on February 6, 2013, Riana Noyes said…

vicki, how are you getting along with your quilting machine-in-a-frame setup? Did you get it working for you? 

At 4:55pm on January 31, 2013, Virginia "Ginnie" Leiner said…

Thanks, friend!

At 3:59pm on January 31, 2013, Virginia "Ginnie" Leiner said…

Viki:  how do I invite you to be a friend.  I am so inept here....

At 9:06pm on January 9, 2013, Charmaine Taylor said…

Thank you for your lovely comments on my quilts!

At 7:35pm on January 6, 2013, Riana Noyes said…

Vicki,she's fortunate to have you. You're a good sister. Welcome back.

At 3:58pm on November 29, 2012, Riana Noyes said…

Viki, have a nice time helping sis. I know she's been through a lot. Anyway, a small hiatus from sewing will give you a whole new perspective when you get back to it. Those yoyo's look like they're a lot of work, but good stashbusters. Is a yo yo quilt very heavy?

At 9:36pm on October 22, 2012, Riana Noyes said…

About the quilting rig...don't they have special rulers you can follow along with? l know that means controlling it one-handed. Perhaps someone in the longarm group can give you pointers:)

At 9:33pm on October 22, 2012, Riana Noyes said…

Sorry to hear about your sister's dilema, but you also have to recognize that she also knew he was dying, and should have insisted on taking over the finances weeks before. He was probably drugged up near the end and can't be blamed totally for not getting her into the loop.Oddly enough, l'll bet most of us are under-insured.Now you've got me thinking, 'cause l don't want to stress our daughter financially if something should happen to us, especially if it means long term care.

At 6:49pm on September 12, 2012, Francie Gross said…

Viki, Thanks for your comments about my quilts. I'm glad you like them. I had a lot of fun making them, because I LOVE working with African fabrics... they're so intense and colorful! I thought about doing the mystery quilt in Africans, but decided it would wind up being too "busy", so I'm going to use batiks instead. I'm looking forward to seeing what everyone does with this challenge!

At 9:25pm on September 11, 2012, rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP said…
ok...but are you sure you want to do this? you know i put the supersized neon glowing capital letters to the word garrolous. :))

my pleasure...thank you.
At 4:24pm on September 11, 2012, Kris Pierce said…

Thanks, it was a panel that I pick up and had wonderful thoughts and plans for. So instead I just quilted around all the different parts, slapped a sleeve on it and said 'Here, it's fall, hang this one behind your chair'.

At 8:08pm on August 30, 2012, rogue quilter Queen of the WIVSP said…
reading....again! lollol..nasty habiti have :)) ..but found this & thought that you might find it interesting too. it is about the side effects of exercise etc w sfids. tony (?)might find it of more interest than you or i..there is a link to the full paper at bottom of graph.

hope you're havin' a good one & getting lots done. i am off to do some more on my applique, w a wee bit a wine to go w my native american flutes :))

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