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June 29, 2009


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Thanks for sharing the Rhubard recipe, I love it, look forward to your day on the Hop tomorrow.


You know it sounds silly, but it really might be the element of danger that adds to your recipe! LOL


Thanks for the recipe! My rhubarb is taking over my yard! Sounds like you gals have so much fun! I would love to be a fly on the wall!

Diane Cannon

Hi Terry Ann--I guess that the Angler tool is one that is well enjoyed and used by alot of quilters--I have seen it demo a couple times, but unfortunately my sewing machine slants down in the front--SOOO I will just have to put a new sewing machine on my to buy list with the Angler--right????? See Ya tomorrow--hugs, just, Di

Mary Carole

While some people don't like rhubarb, I do!!
This recipe (stolen or not) sounds wonderful!
My mouth was watering while just reading it. I wonder if frozen rhubarb would work. It's hard to find fresh here.


I will be trying the rhubarb this week. I have to say I love your designs. My husband is finishing up a commerative quilt that uses one of your patterns. The digitizing for the quilting has to be done.

Humor story. I have a sister in Northern California that sent me a quilt to be finished. The "pattern is by this wonderful designer, don't you love it?" It was a Atkinson design!


Hi Terry
Just so happens that yesterday I cut out Lynns tote from "Lets Do Lunch". I got back into sewing (after quite a few yrs recess) when Gloria Ludgate spent many hours with me during her last months. I enjoy this blog hop, it keeps me connected to would be a treat to get Big Bags,Little Bags.
From Glo's mom,Virginia

Kathy Wagner

Thanks for the recipe...I'm always looking for something to cook with my rhubarb!

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