What’s the Haps in the Third Quarter

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  1. Susan says:

    Holy cow Roseanne but you sure have a lot going on in the studio – kudos to you both! Love Glide thread – runs smoothly through the machine, and leaves little lint (which is probably more from the fabric and batting).

  2. You have some lovely projects on your Haps list. I love secret sewing, although at this time I’d love to do any sewing. I do like the look of your jigsaw quilt, that looks great fun.

  3. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne and Sue, HOLLY HAPS! LOL. Have you started a new phrase with all that the two of you have going on. This is one of the reasons I really enjoy reading your blog and other blogs also. When you are sharing and having fun and your readers are communicating by sharing and having fun also. Keep up all the great quilting plans and accomplishments ladies, you two are smokin’ up the race track getting to the finish line on your UFO’s. Also with being great leaders on the Quilt A Long! I wish I could have joined in, but hopefully after the new year if you have another one. So much that I want to just chat about, but time does matter, but I do want to share a couple of tidbits with you. I read on another blog today…https://www.sewcanshe.com/blog/2018/9/25 I have a couple of purses to make on my Christmas list this year and when I read these tips, I knew they were going to help me out. So, hopefully they will help you or one of readers. The other tip I was going to share, I can not find right now. There are quite a few Free Applique Giraffe patterns on a variety of Blogs and Pinterest. I have one printed out and can not figure out where I hid it, so I would not forget it! HA HA HA….. I had best get going, have a marvelous time achieving all of your goals! I am very happily getting close to having my quilt finished. Will share as soon as I am! Hugs to you both!

  4. Barbara Esposito, TheQuiltedB says:

    Gollywollydoodle you ladies are busy! I did not know about the virtual cookie exchange so I am ever so excited to see that! And I can’t wait to see your progress on the bag! Totally do-able by you two.

  5. quiltinggail says:

    Oh WOW!! Your haps list makes me tired just reading it. I’d be in a panic trying to do all that before the rest of the year! But, you know how much you can do, so I don’t need to worry, right? 🙂
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  6. dezertsuz says:

    What fun you are going to have this quarter, finishing so many things, hopping, and making things for babies! I like the giraffe idea, and I look forward to seeing exactly what you do with that. Your free-motion fabrics look great. I know you are both going to become fabulous FMQ quilters!

  7. Shannon Fleming says:

    That is a very big list, but I know you can get a lot of stuff done between the two of you!

  8. Oh wow you two are hoppin’ With all these haps! Keeps you out of trouble though right? I’m especially excited to see the Plus quilt quilted and the giraffe baby quilt!

  9. Carol S. says:

    Oh my, you have lots of “haps” going on! Secret sewing is always fun, but it’s hard not to share what you’re up to…can’t wait to see what it is.

  10. You two amaze me! You’ve got sew much happening 🙂 Happy Wednesday!!

  11. Ok, so I thought maybe a Little Louie was a small version of “pop a Louie” but I was wrong. I’m sure that phrase dates me! Haha. At any rate, I can’t wait to find out who you are testing for and I’m sure you will enjoy that process. Yikes — an update from all the participants on the QAL from me, Miss Dragging My Feet? I’d better get going on that. I think I just figured out what to bring to work on this weekend at my SILs. You just HAPpen to have lots going on, but it all looks fun!

  12. Becky Haaland says:

    You are BUSY!! LOL I’m sure those baby “surprises” will be adorable! I love making baby quilts. No grands yet but still fun.

  13. Jan Snell says:

    You keep me smiling! Thanks. Good luck with your ambitious plan.

  14. Holy Haps! That’s a lot of stuff going on! 🙂

  15. Vicki in MN says:

    We are all excited for you to have all those wonderful finishes so you can share them with us! I am doing the pumpkin blog hop also. I use glide all the time but it’s on the longarm so not sure any of it translates. But I use a looser top tension. Just be sure to make a test sandwich first.

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