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June 25, 2006

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joyce

great fabrics! can't wait to see what you create w/ it, especially the top pile. i mixed my baby quilt w/ a brown backing so it wouldn't be completly pink.

strikkelise

I think I need to make some piles myself. And I need to go to Libertys asap.

Ali

Not only am I blown away by your eye for beautiful fabrics, but I am totally in awe of how you fold them so neatly. How do you crafty goddesses DO that?

taryn

now i know why going to the craft fair would have been bad for me, if i had seen denise schmidt stuff up close i reckon it would have sent me broke. i hear that the knitting side of things was a bit lacking though, which is why i didn't go. either way you scored big! gorgeous

Jo

Please don't tell me that you are ironing your piles now?
Beautiful embrace of the Pink. See? You can do it.

Georgia

Ohhh.... the pile with all of the peaches and pinks is calling to me.

di

gorgeous selections: very spring-like - is this a reaction against winter weather?

vegasandvenice

Oooh lovely and yummy!!

Kristen

Great stash of pinks. Glad the embracing of pink has started!

eireann

especially liking the one with the big, stylized, orderly chrysanthemums and the one with the balloons in the top picture.

Kirsty

Loving the piles Al

Amelie

I love all these piles, but, belive it or not -- I'm not into pink, especially for clothes. And yet, that one looks most tempting to me ;-)

Fiona

I'm off the the show this weekend. Taking a bus from the Central West. Can you give me any info about best places to see or workshops. Love quilting and sewing.
Thanks. I'm so excited. Can't wait

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