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Tuesday, February 24, 2009

CONGRATULATIONS TO JULIE

Congratulations to Julie Lewis who teaches doll making at the Attic Window Quilt Shop. Julie has decided to start her own blog. Currently it's called Dolls By Julsie but she’s looking for a catchier name. Stop by and leave a comment letting her know your thoughts. Congratulations Julie!!!

You're probably wondering what Julie's new blog has to do with this cat. This is Julie's daughter's cat, Meeko. The cat loves Julie's sewing machine. Thought you'd get a kick out of it.
Found a new BOM that you might want to take a look at. These are the first couple of blocks for the Geese in the Forest BOM. Well, whoever said the forest had to be green or that the geese had to be a certain color? Take a look at Tiddle Tales and start this fun BOM.

This is another fun BOM. Hop over to Mama Sparks World and sign up for the BOM there. The house above is a first try, but you can also go over to Nutbud Quilter, scroll down and see what her houses look like. They are very nice with her lovely choice of colors and added touch of the hearts.
Until Next Time, Happy Quilting

2 comments:

Julsie1231 said...

Thanks Carol! And thank you for taking all the nice pictures for me that I have on my blog - I couldn't have done it without your help. Julie

Marci said...

Oh how precious. Gives new meaning to "just hanging around". I'll have to check out the Julie blog...with kitty star.

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