Wednesday, February 29, 2012


Well, consider this my first post - my entrance to the blogosphere!

15 comments:

  1. Too funny. And you kind of have to read it twice.

    Okay, you've got your feet wet, now show us some antique and reproduction quilts STAT!!!!.

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  2. Welcome to Blogland! looking forward to your posts and hopefully sharing more about your book and that amazing quilt, M.E.C. remembered
    Kathie

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  3. Looking forward to your new blog!

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  4. Hello, Received my pre-ordered copy of your book on Monday. It truly is the most well thought out, and complete, book on reproducing an antique Baltimore that I've ever seen. Really a wonderful, beautiful accomplishment on your part. Thank you! I look forward to creating these blocks with great anticipation.
    Michele

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  5. Welcome Barbara! from one recent newcomer to another.

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  6. Welcome! Just saw your book (it looks like a gottahave!) on the Inspired By Antique Quilts blog, and I'm looking forward to following your blog. Best wishes to you!

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  7. Looking forward to purchasing your book.....and following your blog.

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  8. Welcome Barbara -- Lovely book and quilt -- my goodness !! Another one for the to-do list and with a Smile !!

    Oh Happy Days !
    Karen

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  9. Welcome to blogland! Love your quilt on Kathy's blog...gorgeous applique!

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  10. welcome to blogland- your book is calling my name- LOUDLY!!
    what a beautiful project you've given to those of us who love to applique.
    Can't wait to read more postings.

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  11. Welcome to blogland. I just laughed when I read/saw your first post. What a great sense of humour!!

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  12. So glad you're doing this, Barbara. I've always thought that for gardeners and people who love the symbolism of gardens, such a quilt should exist. I pre-ordered through Amazon when I first saw the book. I seldom "copy" anything (alas for me), but I knew I'd found a good inspiration. Looking forward to receiving my copy. Also to your blog.

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  13. Hi Aunt Barb - Congrats on the "fame and fortune". I'm so proud of you!

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