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December 24, 2010

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VickiT

My guess of the tardy one has got to be "The Late Bloomer".

corinne

I agree that it must be" The Late Bloomer" Thank you for a chance to win and Merry Christmas and a very Happy New Year. Also thank you the fabric for charity

Loretta Hanes

My guess is Ami Simms. Most of the quilters I've seen (on TV) are very serious. But Ami makes me laugh.

Gina Halladay

Thanks Holly. I do lots of work with Quilts of Valor and Project Linus...Do you have any patriotic fun flowers! lol.
--Gina

Betty

I'm wondering if your tardy lady is Carrie Nelson.

Lyn

My guess is Ami Simms; her newsletter is a great read.

Sandie ~call me crazy

I'm guessing Ami Simms too because she always makes me laugh. Merry Christmas!

Sarah C.

Wow, that's definitely some food for thought! We would love to be considered for some of your free fabric, and I'll gladly give you any info you need to verify that we are do-gooders! You can check out my blog to see some of the 64+ quilts we've given away this year as a start....

Thanks for helping to support charitable quilting!!

Debbie  St.Germain

I will guess the Late Bloomer.
What a wonderful way to give back to others. I plan on making charity quilts this year, but I have stash from my friends that I can use.

Debbie

Kathleen King

I and my friend Mary Hunnicutt are starting our second year of making pillow cases and blankets for the Cheyenne River Indian Project. We sent 225 pillow cases and the registered group of friends provided 225 new pillows. the chairman at the youth center was blown area. We also made doll quilts and dressed dolls. We could use what ever you could send us and I would pay the postage. Please send us some!!! we are in the 1 million pillow case challenge. Peace to you and yours. kathy king

Aggie

I believe your tardy friend is Gina Halladay

Miss Sherry

My guess that the tardy for the Party is Pam Kitty Morning......

Becky in Georgia

I'm guessing Pam Kitty Vier.... :)

JAN M.

My husband and I make quilts for Project Linus. This year we made 91 quilts. I piece them and he quilts the larger ones on our Little Gracie Pro II. The smaller ones I machine quilt on the regular machine. We have been doing give away quilts for about 13 years, 7 of the last ones for Project Linus. We would be so happy to receive some of your fabulous fabric! Thanks! Jan

Leona

My guess is Annie Simms. The purpose behind my blog is to Pay it Forward and give back to the quilting community. I have met many quilters that suffer from chronic illnesses and have tried to send out packages to them each month or if not every other month. Please be sure to visit the tabs on my blog. This year I will be donating comfort quilts to Project Linus, Hospice the Comforter and several women who have Cancer, ALS and have suffered with Chronic Heart Conditions. I will pay shipping, parcel post for whatever you would like to donate. Thank you for your consideration!

Marcia W.

My best guess is Bonnie, Mayor of Quiltville. Thanks for the information regarding fabric donations for charity quilts. Our church women's group makes batches of quilts for local nursing homes, Ronald Mac. house / kids, and the VA hospital house. Happy New Year.

courtney bell

can i buy your fabric online? please let me know thank you.

Michele Merin-Campbell

Hi Holly,
I have been trying to email you and it keeps bouncing. I am looking for a specific fabric that i believe is yours. I have a photo of it and if you give me the correct email i'll forward it to you.
Also i am the Ohio representative for Quilts for Kids www.quiltsforkids.org We would love to use any of your bright fabrics in our quilts. We donate 25-35 quilts to the Cleveland Ronald MacDonald House every year. In addition we have been asked to donate to Hillcrest Hospital (a part of the Cleveland Clinic) NICU for the isolates. I look forward to your reply, Michele

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J'ai essayé de vous envoyer un courriel et il ne cesse de rebondir. Je cherche un tissu spécifique qui je crois est le vôtre. J'ai une photo de lui et si vous me donnez l'e-mail correcte, je vais vous faire parvenir.

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