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Are you ready to start another new day with a new pattern? I hope so – life is great and affords us many opportunities to start fresh and new – and today is a great day to start making a new quilt: Ruffled Roses. Each month, you will find the pattern for part of this quilt online. Just print the instructions, cut, stitch, press… and before you know it, time will have passed, and you will be ready to enjoy your own Ruffled Roses quilt. What a wonderful way to start each month!
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Re: Is your notebook ready? 17 Dec 2010 14:22 #52076

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Margo--we sure do love you!
Blessing from Northwest Indiana, USA
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Re: Is your notebook ready? 17 Dec 2010 13:42 #52074

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Thanks Margo, my notebook is ready and waiting. You sure are on the ball here for everyone. Thanks for all you help with the BOM's.

Margarita in rainy Auburn, CA
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Is your notebook ready? 17 Dec 2010 10:17 #52070

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While you are out shopping for Christmas gifts, you might want to make a note to also pick up a 3 ring notebook to keep all of your pattern information together. In her introduction Sue says:
Tip: Place each month’s pattern in a 3-hole notebook to keep the pattern pages all together.
In this way, you will be able to keep your patterns organized and refer to an earlier
lesson, if needed. You can also keep the complete list of fabric (found in the
Introduction) readily available for future use.

I would like to add that I also use 3 hole page sleeves in my notebook to keep my templates safely corralled in the proper month as well as monthly dividers. These can all be found at your local office supply store. If you don't already have one, you might also consider getting a circle template in the drafting department. It will allow you to make your own templates for any size circle you need for any appliqué project.

It's Not What You Gather, But What You Scatter
That Tells What Kind Of Life You Have Lived !
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