What I get up to when I'm NOT quilting...

...Or, The Day Job!
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Also just completed an Old Ivory coloured Regency style dress for my
Miss Havisham customer: I have another one to do for her, plus a hat.
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Kate XXXXXX
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Oh my gosh! That's a wonderful costume! I made a play costume for my 7 year old GD, but nothing as elaborate as yours. She plays a computer game, "Kameo", where the main character is a wood-fairy, little green costume with ribbon and embroidery. She loves the costume and for Christmas I had Carrie Ingers create a Kameo doll! It was so perfect. The child was just awestruck! I think I've uploaded the pictures to webshots correctly. I've not done this before. Try this link if you want to see.
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Michelle
The link worked fine, Michelle! Sweet little girl and great costume. . In message , Michelle writes >Oh my gosh! That's a wonderful costume! I made a play costume for my 7 >year old GD, but nothing as elaborate as yours. She plays a computer game, >"Kameo", where the main character is a wood-fairy, little green costume with >ribbon and embroidery. She loves the costume and for Christmas I had Carrie >Ingers create a Kameo doll! It was so perfect. The child was just >awestruck! I think I've uploaded the pictures to webshots correctly. >I've not done this before. Try this link if you want to see. >
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Patti
On Feb 3, 6:59 pm, Kate XXXXXX wrote:
Hello! I have been lurking here for a few days and have decided to come out of the shadows to comment on this beautiful and creative costume. Having just attended my youngest daughter's History Fair today, I am imagining a monologue in that costume. WOW! (Not that I have the knowledge or talent to attempt such a creation.) It is just awe inspiring! Sigh....Thank you for sharing! I think that I am going to like it here : )
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Paulette
Oh, you will like it here Paulette! It is an easy going sort of newsgroup for the most part. (Barring the occasional troll of course.) So, I'd just like to say Welcome to the Land of RCTQ. We have fun here, no moderator, no rules. The only thing you really need to know is that it is very wise to have your chocolate vetted. Just send a pound or two to the Office of the Official Chocolate Taster of RCTQ, which is in my Palace here in Virginia. I will test and taste and report back via email. You don't have to thank me ... this is my unselfish volunteer duty in RCTQ. A tough job, but someone's gotta do it. :)
Pat In Virginia/USA
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