Paths Crossing Cyberly

When I arrived home yesterday I was greeted with…”I’ve got something kinda weird to share with you”.

This is rarely a good thing.

After getting all my stuff in and once cozy on the couch Paul began his story.

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Seems he was doing some Christmas shopping while I was away.   The Depre family loves a good book and so he was wandering thru Thriftbooks.com (not we don’t care if the book is new or not it’s all about the content) when he came upon one of his Aunt Cyndia’s book.

 

Yes I am not the only author in the Depre clan…in fact our nephew Joe is also an artist/author.   But back to the story.

 

 

Well Paul was feeling nostalgic as unfortunately his Aunt Cyndia lost her battle with cancer earlier this year and so he went into the reviews.

And guess what he found.

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Now Bonnie is not absolutely positive she wrote this review back in 2005, but the genre of the book, lite murder mystery, is to her liking.

We chuckled this morning during a conversation about paths crossing cyberly before “in person”….look at us…friends meant to be.

My plan today is to get the Castle Wall quilt off to the longarmmer’s and fill all the orders that have come in during my two days away.

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I posted on facebook and here is your “TAKE NOTICE” here.

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The Castle Wall Arcylic templates will have a new price of $25 a set vs. $20 effective January 1st.   Any ordered by December 31st 11:59pm CST will be honored at the $20 price.

I had an order come in and over half are already reserved but that means half are available for immediate shipping.

I am also working on the border pattern this week…watch for an announcement here and on facebook.

Enjoy your day,
Mickey

p.s. UPDATE!  I just created a page on my website called “CASTLE WALL – The Block & Quilt”.  You will find a tab at the top navigation bar.   This should help everyone  find everything they need.  I hope to add a gallery of everyone’s block pics from facebook soon…it’s on the “to do” list.

4 Responses to “Paths Crossing Cyberly”

  1. Pat says:

    That is one gorgeous quilt!!!! Love it!

  2. Carole Sullivan says:

    WOW I certainly hope Paul bought the book, too 🙂 unless you already have it? Amanda’s Rib–gotta look for it–thanks—what a neat thing to come across!!! and the quilt–cant hardly wait to see it completed! I love it!

  3. Elizabeth Otto says:

    I sew always by hand. Switched from making clothes to quilting, english paper piecing, along with a few others 12 years ago. Plan to add this quilt to my wish list of quilts to make for 2015. Love this!

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