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Re: re quilt show and corn batting 11 Mar 2009 12:42 #33171

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magnus wrote:
Dear Anne in Vancouver,
We grow corn here on our organic farm in Nova Scotia and I don't think we'd have enough for a piece of batting because of the racoons who seem to like it too!!
cheers
Jeanine in Bayfield

I know what you mean! :) I recently put a new carpet made from corn in my office, and wondered how many stalks went into it! I wonder what part they use? The kernels? The silk?

I have visions of the carpet's dissolving if I should spill water on it!

Anne in Vancouver :)

in Vancouver, Canada
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Thanks! 09 Mar 2009 16:31 #33117

Thank you very much for getting back to me quickly.

I will contact Valori to find out how I can purchase the pattern.

Kathy
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08 Mar 2009 22:02 #33104

That is a quilt of Valori's . Her contact info is listed under the viewing of the show - she will be able to help you out. WELCOME!
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08 Mar 2009 03:50 #33082

Hi Kathy
don't know what the quilt is called but welcome to TQS.
Jenny in Oz
Jenny in Oz
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Have a Newbie Question about a Quilt in this Show 07 Mar 2009 13:08 #33072

Hi-

I am a brand new member of The Quilt Show- and this was the first show I have been able to watch.

I have fallen in Love with the quilt that is behind the audience. It is the very first quilt you see in the show on the back wall. Can anyone tell me about that quilt and pattern? I would like to be able to make one someday.

Thanks- Kathy
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re quilt show and corn batting 06 Mar 2009 17:46 #33061

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Dear Anne in Vancouver,
We grow corn here on our organic farm in Nova Scotia and I don't think we'd have enough for a piece of batting because of the racoons who seem to like it too!!
cheers
Jeanine in Bayfield
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06 Mar 2009 15:50 #33054

For me it's when I walk the dog.
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Re: green show 405 06 Mar 2009 15:21 #33048

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magnus wrote:
I agree with Terri....having the demo up front made viewing her quilts after more enjoyable since we already had an idea of technique involved.
I am hoping to try the corn batting this summer on my next project.

Magnus, this made me laugh. It sounds like you're gonna wait for summer so you can grow the corn yourself!

Anne in Vancouver, Canada, avid corn grower :)

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05 Mar 2009 10:17 #33035

Maybe a waterproof pen for the shower!
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Show 405 05 Mar 2009 03:46 #33029

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Sorry about last post I got my quotes in the wrong place, :oops: I will try to sort myself out on this ...computer.

Rosemary


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Show 405 05 Mar 2009 03:43 #33028

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I want to say that I'm right there with Ricky-I get most of my ideas/inspiration in the shower. Now all I have to figure out is how to write them down so I don't forget.

How about using a kolh eyliner on the tiles? :wink:

Rosemary


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04 Mar 2009 10:03 #33016

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I want to say that I'm right there with Ricky-I get most of my ideas/inspiration in the shower. Now all I have to figure out is how to write them down so I don't forget. :lol: :lol:

from the beautiful Hudson Valley of NY
Gammill Classic Plus w/IQ
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green show 405 03 Mar 2009 16:17 #32990

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I agree with Terri....having the demo up front made viewing her quilts after more enjoyable since we already had an idea of technique involved.
I am hoping to try the corn batting this summer on my next project.
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02 Mar 2009 21:36 #32966

Another good show. I really like how this one moved right into the demo with Valori and covered a fun technique.
Love her fabric and really would like to try the corn batting.

Teri
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Quilting is a Beautiful & Complicated Art!
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