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Posted by Jan at 04:34 PM | Permalink
Looks like you're working on something beautiful! I think prepping is in order in my household too :)
Happy New Year!
January 06, 2013 at 05:01 PM
Love, love, love Downton Abbey. Gotta go to Bible study and get back in time to watch!!!
January 06, 2013 at 05:12 PM
Keep the tissues handy for this season, it's the best! Loving the appliqué peek, can't wait to see more.
January 06, 2013 at 05:17 PM
I love what you've prepped!! I can't wait to see your progress. Enjoy the show. :0)
January 06, 2013 at 07:07 PM
I got home in time to see the second half-it will be re-run tonight on our local PBS.
Could they have possibly made Shirley look any worse...wow.
Your applique piece looks so lovely.
Dee McDonald |
January 07, 2013 at 07:57 AM
Looks like you had a fun and productive viewing. I decided to just sit and watch -- and not let anything distract me. (Well, except, when, halfway through, just at the closed-eye-kiss, the tv popped up a window and hubby started messing with it -- I missed the whole kiss! Grrr.... ) Not sure I like the direction the season is headed. We'll see. Can't wait to see more of your applique!
January 07, 2013 at 08:26 AM
I made a HUGE mistake and read a British TV review. All the sad bits revealed. So I am not going to be as surprised as the rest of you will be.
I too though Shirley looked so very old. Where was the sprite? And she never was standing tall. I thought dancers never lost that lovely posture. I don't understand why people love Matthew. Even the kiss was clumsy and half hearted. Mary is going to be very bored with him.
The two hours went by quickly. Next week should be good.
January 08, 2013 at 11:45 AM
Just beautiful. This will be one spectacular quilt. For inspiration, there's nothing like those antique quilts...
January 16, 2013 at 08:05 PM
Beautiful! Thanks for sharing.
Carolyn S |
January 17, 2013 at 07:35 PM
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