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donnie
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Joined: 17 Apr 2009
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Location: Nebraska
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3:53 pm Apr 17, 2009

I would like to say HI!, I'm a new member. I just purchased the two charts on my wish list Mucha-Primrose and Mucha-Feather. They can't get here soon enough. I am most impressed with what I have seen about the charts. I am not a fast stitcher -2 jobs cut into my needle time so I expect to be at these two for years. I can use my digital camera though, so will post my progress...when I make any. It is nice to meet you all.
Alanna
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Joined: 27 Aug 2006
Posts: 633
Location: Brisbane, Australia
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6:58 pm Apr 17, 2009

Welcome Donnie! I hope you have fun in the forums here and checking on people's progress in the Gallery (I always find that really inspiring if I'm in a stitching slump!). Meredith also keeps a blog in the Goodies-Ramblings section, which is good to check on every now and then. And of course, keep adding patterns to your wishlist as they're added to the SQ selection! We look forward to seeing your photos and hearing from you in the forums!

Happy stitching! Stitching
BarBaraPrz
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Joined: 16 Apr 2004
Posts: 420
Location: Hamilton, Ontario
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9:46 am Apr 19, 2009

Welcome Donnie/Donna? This is a fun place as well as an informative one to be. Enjoy your stay!
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donnie
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Joined: 17 Apr 2009
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Location: Nebraska
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4:08 pm Apr 20, 2009

Donna is fine with me. I received a note from SQ the same day I bought my charts telling me that they had been mailed, so I am watching the mailbox. I even think I have the fabric to get started but I want to decide after I see the charts. Decisions, decisions! Thank goodness DMC is my floss! As usual I have several projects going at one time so I need to get my "rotation" a little more organized now. Current workings are: Spanish Rouge, SAL Alla Turca, SAL Castles in the Air, Prairie Schooler "When Witches Ride", also QS Cats . So many projects so little time.
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Divecat
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Joined: 03 Apr 2008
Posts: 172
Location: England
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5:48 am Apr 24, 2009

Hi Donnie

Welcome to the team. Wow, I think you're going to rival Rifestitch with all your projects!!! I hope you find the SQ projects as addictive (put down the needle and step away from the frame Very Happy ).

You'll find lots of info and fun stuff on the site and Meredith is a treasure.

Best wishes - Christine
rifestitch
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Joined: 16 May 2005
Posts: 639
Location: North of Atlanta
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8:28 am Apr 24, 2009

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Hi Donnie

Welcome to the team. Wow, I think you're going to rival Rifestitch with all your projects!!!
Best wishes - Christine


Heck, I even have a couple of those, but as of yet, not started - I have Papillon's Serendipity and HDYGG hollering at me even louder than Castles - and not even kitted up yet Sad Suffice it to say, I currently have enough WIPs to never, ever be bored again Smile

edited to add what I originally intended to post:

Welcome aboard, Donnie!
Alanna
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8:30 am Apr 24, 2009

Now what was it we said about your medication, Rife? I thought we'd discussed this! Laughing Laughing Laughing
rifestitch
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8:32 am Apr 24, 2009

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Now what was it we said about your medication, Rife? I thought we'd discussed this! Laughing Laughing Laughing


I'm beyond medication - I need to NOT be at work, and be at home, stitching!!!!!!!! But we are having a carry-in today, which is really the only reason I'm here - my Indian friends have brought some butter chicken and samosas, and I brought them some Potatoes Romanov - then later I can go home and stitch, as I expect I won't need dinner tonight!!!
Alanna
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6:47 am Apr 27, 2009

Mmmmmm yum, I love Indian food!
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