Friday, August 8, 2008

Project Linus Quilts Newsletter Summer 2008

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In the latest Project Linus Newsletter from the Midlands region, Joy has an update on the Quilt Block Orphanage.

To see the latest Newsletter click here.

Joy will be at the Festival of Quilts so why not stop by and say hello while you're there.

2 comments:

kat said...

hi
i just found your lovely online shop and blog by searching for Amy Butler fabrics.
i have just done a post on my own blog www.secretsofabutterfly.typepad.com all about amy's book Midwest Modern and put a link on for your shop should anyone be looking for her fabrics too.
i also just ordered the In stitches book in the hope of a signed one from you,fingers crossed
best wishes
Kathryn in NE England

BizzieLizzie said...

Dear Kathryn
Thanks very much for your post and the link - Amy's fabrics, books and the made-up cushions and clothing look great on the stand. If you have time to get to the Festival Amy is going to be there until Sunday. Otherwise the book you've ordered we should be able to send as a signed copy.

Best wishes
Liz

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