Thank you Bonnie! I need some help too. I had a comment from one of our Easy Street friends who wants to follow my blog but can't find a way to do so. I have tried to figure out if I have not done something I need to do so she can follow me but I am stumped. Can you help?
I'm try to figure this out also. I'm a new blogger and still working on this.I thought i put followers on my blog but can't find it yet..?? :-)
Bonnie, You are just awesome about bringing us along for the bloggy ride with your tutorials. It has been fun blowing the dust off my blog and doing the linkys for Easy Street this year. I did Orca Bay in obscurity last time and this is WAAAAAy more fun! Thank you again. Hugs, Allison
I like your site and the giveaways. So much fun! Like quiltcam as well.
Bonnie, I really enjoy reading your blog and see your email@example.com
Thank you so much for sharing your terrific patterns and projects!
Thank you Bonnie for adding a tutorial for blog help. Without it, I couldn't add a badge. Also thank you for your wonderful patterns, your enjoyable blog and your time.
Oh, I feel for you. That layering thing on thin hair is a death knell.
Hi Bonnie, from the Sunny coastal town of Dawlish in South Devon in the UK. I am very new to quilting and I discovered you on YouTube, I have learnt so much from you and love puiltcam. Thank you for the generous gift of your knowledge and information. I am loving quilting but find it costly so I am going down the scrappy route to cut costs and have already deboned several shirts and skirts for my next project. Best wishes Tracey.
I LOVE easy-to-make quilts, especially those that we can use those tiny scraps up! No waste! Would love to own the books!
I am hoping I can actually send this to you. Apparently I am "technically challenged" when it comes to blogs. Those "simple" steps must have gone by me so fast that I don't even know if I can blog, but I know that I have a Google Account. Hoping this works.
Thanks for having this section on your blog for those of us who need help with our computers and blogging.
Having seen the beautiful quilt you made for your brother with shirt fabrics I would like to know if all the shirts are 100% cotton and of similar weight fabrics. I am seriously thinking of visiting some charity shops to pick up some shirts to make a quilt. I have bought fabrics and angle rulers for Celltic Solstice so I am ready to go. My first mystery quilt. Thanks Jennifer.
I enjoy your work, and I've been cutting from your scrap user system guidelines. Now, do you have a general rule that helps decide you have enough scraps cut for a quilt?
Wow! It worked! I now have a widget for Celtic Solstice Mystery! Yay!
Wow! I finally found where to post....hope this works...really would like to improve my skills.Pat firstname.lastname@example.org
Patstnele@gmail.comsure would like to learn new applique skills
Natalie Rogersrogineering@yahoo.comI have been enjoying your posts on facebook for 3 or so months now. I love all the quilt pictures you post, as well as the antique ones. I have a black and a celery featherweight and several miniature machines. I liked the pictures of yours. Keep up the good work you do, you inspire us to do more. Wish I was there to help you pack those books, looks like a big job.
I am having such trouble getting my pictures to be available from my phone and on to another device so I'm guessing there is a better way. What is your method? Do you use a regular camera and write posts from your computer?
While in KY check out the quilt shop in LaGrange. Also, off I-75 at Dry Ridge exit is an awesome shop called The Quilt Box. You will LOVE the setting. Out of the way from General Butler Park, but you would enjoy seeing it!
Girl your a bad habbit , made me get my old morse out and start putting some of these scarps to gether. But I love it, go girl .
Love your site and giveaways are a bonus, but not the reason I come to this site!
I Have seen the beautiful quilt you made for your brother. I would love to know how do you do it? actually your are just an amazing woman with so much stamina. Thank you so very much for sharing this post, I'm glad to appreciate you for incredible talent.
Bonnie, I love to read all of your hints for piecing a beautiful scrap quilt. My scraps are growing faster than I can make another top, but it's lots of fun. Continue the good work. Rose
I love scrappy quilts. I love you style. It fits me. Thanks, Clairrandyswood@earthlink.net
I have finished more quilt top since I got leaders and enders books thank you. also having a great time following you on your trips.
I am absolutely in love with your blogs, I can hardly wait to see what you have been doing. I too recently found a White sewing machine in the lovely turquois color but from the 70's. need to get her oiled and checked over a bit. I have to thank you for my new love of vintage machines.
I love this site, blog very informative.
Very interesting and great ideas, love the new ideas.
I read your blog everyday and it is encourageing you get so much done I love everything you do.
Thank you for your daily blog and all the fun! And for the great giveaways! I would like to start a new project after the holidays and winning would be just the incentive I need!
Would love to have half your energy - you get so much done everyday - I am very jealous. Thank you so much for all your inspiration!
Bonnie,I was at one of your classes sponsored by Stitchin Heaven in Mineola, TX a couple of months ago. There were 20 of us there, 12 sewing on vintage machines (not me), and 8 or 10 of those were Featherweights. I caught the "Vintage Bug" that weekend!! I already had a 1926 Singer 127 treadle that had not been opened up in at least 15 years. In less than a week after your class, I owned a 1952 Featherweight. Since then I have purchased a 1941 Singer 128 in the blackside finish that will be here Monday. I have been talking about my vintage machines so much that today a cousin of mine GAVE me two vintage machines. (He had bought them for his 87-year-old mother who isn't interested in vintage machines--she is vintage but wants only modern machines!) One is a 1914 Singer 99K handcrank in a bentwood cabinet. The other is a Singer 24 chain stitch machine "born" in 1903!! I am addicted. I also own a Bernina 230 and a Bernina 830 embroidery/sewing machine, but there is something about those old machines...I can't get enough of them! Bonnie, what did you do to me??? ;-)
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