Red Postage Stamp Pieces

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  1. Angie says:

    Wow, seems a monumental project, but anything can be accomplished with a little help from your friends!

  2. You are just adorable Roseanne. What a good sister indeed, it is always lovely to see there is still some deep good in the world. 🙂 xx

  3. Rochelle Summers says:

    Isn’t it nice when we gift our leftovers to some one who needs them. It is guilt free because I do feel guilty when I throw away those small pieces because I know I’ll never use them!! Great job to all.

  4. Brenda Ackerman says:

    Hello Roseanne, You and the other quilters who also sent their cut red squares are such fantastic quilting friends! I followed the link you shared, which I always appreciate and check out, and read how much she appreciates everything you all have done for her! Plus, as I always do when I follow a link…I poke around and see what another quilters blog is all about. I sure hope you have a marvelous day!

  5. Barbara Esposito, The Quilted B says:

    I for one am looking forward to seeing this quilt because NEVER would I be caught doing something that tiny! I don’t have the patience. And wouldn’t it be funny if she ended up with enough teeny tiny gifted squares to make two?

  6. How fun! and how generous you are! It’ll be fun to see Sandy’s final quilt! And fun for you to see if you can pick out your fabrics … however, that might be impossible, unless you see the quilt in person!
    Happy Quilting! 🙂

  7. I love this! I’m with you guys in spirit if not on the cutting board!!!!

  8. I think, as quilters, we sometimes don’t ask enough, so I’m glad Sandy reached out. It was very soothing to search and cut my little stash for her. I can’t imagine cutting over 3000 of these little gems though. As we say in Minnesota – UFFDA! Yay for you sharing some of your red stash too!

  9. What a great friend to help one in need! I sometimes feel that curbs any need to join in on a project of that size….it will be fun to see it!

  10. That is just too sweet and how lucky she is to have such wonderful quilting friends! Hugs

  11. What a fun quilt that will be for Sandy getting red from her quilting buddies!

  12. karenfae says:

    she is not nuts because then that means I am too LOL – I have made two postage stamp quilts – one twin size and one queen size – from yes! 1.5 inch squares — good luck to her and how nice to cut up squares for her.

  13. sandradny says:

    Roseanne: Hurray, Hurray, Hurray! Quilting sisters!!!! I can’t wait to see all those squares in my mail box! Better than Christmas right at Christmas!!!

  14. I’ve pulled my red fabrics….I need to starting cutting them into 1.5 squares– this one was easy I love RED!

  15. Tish says:

    Roseanne and Sue to the rescue! Sandy is definitely going to be seeing red when this is done (but in a good way). I the only thing that could make this post any better is if you tell me you mailed it using an actual red postage stamp 🙂 I love how the quilty world jumps quickly to help a sewing brother or sister in need <3

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