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February 15, 2010

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Kris Meares (Tag Along Teddies)

Hey Rosie! Uh oh!! I can sympathise with your computer death - happened to me last January - EEK!! No computer for two weeks!! It nearly killed me. And I can sure relate to your "What the heck am I doing?!" moment ... I have those a LOT! You know ... something seems like a good idea ... until you get started!! Can't wait to see your advent angels all happily quilted! Exciting to hear about your 'coming soon' fabric range and book, too - Woo! Hoo! Aussie designers ROCK!! Bear Hugs! KRIS

Elizabeth

Go for a Mac Rosalie! I'm really over the Windows dominance and constant error messages, mac for me next!! Can't wait to see the new fabric range, love the name, also looking forward to the new quilt aid blocks.
Lizzie
xxx

Lyn S

it's another vote for Mac Rosalie, you won't know yourself. Get an imac, there's no tower to take up desk space just a gorgeous screen. Also looking forward to the new range.

Suse

argh, computers are the pits sometimes! But you just can't do without them anymore! Good to see you back Rosie..looking forward to seeing what you have been working on.

Shirley

Welcome back Rosie. There's no choice when it comes to a computer - it's Apple every time. Stunning to look at and a doddle to use , (and no viruses!!)
Can't wait for the new fabric

Helen Yann

Yes,I've read the Book Thief. Interesting and a good read.Cheers

Tracey

I've not read the book thief yet, however it's been on my "to read" shelf for about a year, perhaps it will be my next book!

Karol-Ann

I've read it and I cried my eyes out!

ps What cute labels on the quilt!

Stephanie

Sorry the computer gremlins have been visiting. Darling little quilt. As for The Book Thief...it's in the pile of books to read...I love to read but find myself spending LOTS of time in my new sewing space. I've heard great reviews so I'll move it to the top of the pile.

Javier Prado

I´ve seen your lovely work and I thought maybe you´d like a thread organizer, check this ;)
www.elperrocarpintero.blogspot.com

Erica K

Blue screen of death...too cute! :) I have a PC, but I like Mac just as well. As long as I don't use the explorer browser I'm just fine... Yay Firefox!

I can't wait to see your next line!

Sasha

MAC MAC MAC!!! I haven't looked back! I loved "The Book Thief"- it was a lovely little book!

Bren

Hi Rosalie!
The stitchery is adorable! (ditto for the labels!)
I'm finding myself smiling at the comments for a Mac! Even though you didn't ask. . . I use Macs. . . & I love them. Would never, ever go to a PC.. . . Macs are so nice to use It's like computer-heaven. If you have an Apple Store anywhere nearby - go & play. . . they are really nice that way.
Hope you get to put your computer woes behind you soon!
(. . . & I can hardly wait to see your new line!) ;o)
xo, Bren

Sue H.

Hi Rosalie,
I've always been a PC girl, but last year we got an iMac and I can't believe I waited so long . . . you will never look back. For all the reasons above - space (or lack of it that it takes up), speed, ease of use - go and check out the macs!

Regards, Sue

Fiona @ Dragonfly-Crasfts

Nice to see you back, look forward to your many upcoming projects.
Good luck with the computer. I've never used a Mac so I won't give any advise.

Riches Stitches

I use both types of computers. PC at work but have all Mac's at home. From a designing point of view Mac is great. From every other point of view Mac is great. Not sure if you can tell from that which computer I prefer ;0)
Jane

Janine B

Read that book a while ago and really enjoyed it. Have just finished something a bit lighter which was lovely "The Friday Night Knitting Club" by Kate Jacobs.

sharon

Loved The Book Thief but LOVE the travel-through-stones series by Diana Gabaldon...So worth it. Jamie Fraser - every girl should have one of these...
Oh - I love your designs. Am still working on Joy Of Life. Up to Block 8........

Tracey McCombe

Hi Rosie, read the Book Theif some time ago loved it. Look forward to your next post.

Michelle Whyte

You know sometimes I think computers were invented to send users around the twist! My poor mum knows all about that when she tried to hook up her internet.

Have not read the Book Thief but I do love to read. Actually a bit of bookworm. Last year I gave myself a 'little' project of reading the top 100 novels of all time. Stitching and reading are my two most favorite things. Heaven!!!!

Julie Sharpe

gOODNESS i LOVE YOUR STUFF! Loved the Book Thief, just couldn't get over the bit where they shared their boiled lolly.Take Care, Julie from Country Thyme.

cleusa maciel bordini

Eu li e adorei ......

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