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September 07, 2009


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I like to do that too, a test run on a project. It's how I discover important steps that I need to remember. And also gives me some great, useful insights on the smaller, more finicky aspects as well.

I think that quilt will be a lot of fun.


I love crazy quilts, the Victorian style, and would have one if they weren't so expensive and rare. And I won't have one that is falling apart, as many of them are. I like how you are recreating this idea with a Halloween theme. Show us the end result, s'il vous plait.


i WANT the crazy quilt! The first one, with the dogs and horses, oh my god Laura its GORGEOUS!! Name your price!!! I am sure you DON"T want to part with it, though. YOur work is so beautiful and your unique style shows through no matter what the medium. This reminds me of your block paintings, which I would also sell a piece of my soul for!!!
Your work goes straight through me!!!

Rhonda Roo

Hello Gorgeous! Wow, that vintage crazy quilt is too colorfully velvety perfectly put together for words. Cant wait to see your finished quilt, I know you will create a masterpiece ☺... I thought your idea for the placemats a couple posts back was brilliant!
And, you can pack a picnic basket for me anytime-cobb salad YUMMERS! You know how to picnic!
Oh! Congrats on the H20 hookup in the studio,
...and your Baby is incredibly adorable (no really)! She doesn't have to wear a headband, she sparkles all on her own ♥
Did i leave anything out? Oh-its good to have a clean shaven handyman around-I can attest to that. I have a clean shaven handy man (also known as Cowboy) and I wouldn't have it any other way!
XOXOXO Rhonda Roo
PS- I added you to my Twinklestars list!

Laura Irrgang

Thanks, Rhonda Roo-
I wanted that old quilt so much I could cry, but it went for thousands.  That was out of my price range by thousands.  So I'll try my own!  I'll post the results....we'll see how it goes.
Thanks for adding me to your Twinklestars.  I had dog names picked out of 'Sparklestar and Twinkletoes', by the way.
I have ANOTHER placemat project brewing.  I hope I can get to it before Halloween gets here.
I'm heading over to your blog as we speak!
Bye bye-

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