The fact that you don't do dye lots for your solids is really irritating me. Twice I've ran out of a certain color fabric, went and bought more, only to find out that it doesn't match the original piece. I think it's high time you get that figured out.
Dear Spray Starch,
How in the world have I gone so long without you? I was having issues with a recent block only to find that a little starching did the trick. Now I want to starch the world over. You are my new BFF.
Dear Color Catchers,
Like spray starch, I have just recently realized your value. I have no idea how you work, but whatever the formula, I'm amazed every time. Thanks for catching all the reds from Travis' quilt. I'm sure you will come in handy for future projects as well.
Dear Thrift Store Sheets,
I know there are plenty of people who don't appreciate you, but I am not one of them. You continue to help me save big $$ on quilt backs, as well as provide me with a fun new hobby (hunting for bargains!). You and I will stay friends as long as you keep giving me beauties.
Dear Warm and White/Natural,
If your prices continue to rise towards the stratosphere, I will have to sell a kidney to afford you.
Dear "Fancy" Electronic Sewing Machine,
Why must you torment me with your fickleness? Just sew already.
Dear 15 year old Kenmore,
I'm sorry you must work so hard, but your counterpart is giving me fits. You, on the other hand, are like an old work horse: strong, reliable, and easy to get a long with. Someday when I am able to afford a shiny new replacement work horse friend you will be able to retire, but until then I am happy you keep persevering.
Dear WIP List,
Consider yourself CONQUERED! Now I can move on to something new...