"Millennium Monster" finished

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Vivien &/or Ton » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 11:02:51



Kia Ora,

Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to report that my
Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by your good
selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made, hence the
name.

In my first post to RCTQ at the end of 1998 I said I'd be willing to swap MQ
charms, and was immediately inundated with squishies.  I swapped with
everyone who asked me to swap with them in return - there are 73 signature
squares on the back - and the last few charms I supplied myself.  Also on
the back are other Millennium fabrics - from Jinny Beyer, Hoffman, you name
it - even a small piece of South African 2000 fabric (thanks, Tutu).  It is
even bound with Year 2000 fabric.

What it says about me that it's not finished until 2002 I don't care to
think about!

The DDs will have to toss for this one at the appointed hour - there'll only
ever be one of these quilts in this house.  Both have said to me, quietly,
that they'd like the quilt for their room, the ultimate seal of approval.

Pictures?  They're coming...

Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand

 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Cindy Schmid » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 11:08:15


Congratulations, Vivian.  Doing a major happy toe-tapping dance for you.
Can't wait to see the pictures.

Cindy


Quote:
> Kia Ora,

> Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to report that my
> Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by your good
> selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made, hence the
> name.

> In my first post to RCTQ at the end of 1998 I said I'd be willing to swap
MQ
> charms, and was immediately inundated with squishies.  I swapped with
> everyone who asked me to swap with them in return - there are 73 signature
> squares on the back - and the last few charms I supplied myself.  Also on
> the back are other Millennium fabrics - from Jinny Beyer, Hoffman, you
name
> it - even a small piece of South African 2000 fabric (thanks, Tutu).  It
is
> even bound with Year 2000 fabric.

> What it says about me that it's not finished until 2002 I don't care to
> think about!

> The DDs will have to toss for this one at the appointed hour - there'll
only
> ever be one of these quilts in this house.  Both have said to me, quietly,
> that they'd like the quilt for their room, the ultimate seal of approval.

> Pictures?  They're coming...

> Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand


 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Butterfl » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 11:12:14


A little big spin in my chair for you : )
Butterfly
Quote:

> Kia Ora,

> Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to report that my
> Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by your good
> selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made, hence the
> name.

> In my first post to RCTQ at the end of 1998 I said I'd be willing to swap MQ
> charms, and was immediately inundated with squishies.  I swapped with
> everyone who asked me to swap with them in return - there are 73 signature
> squares on the back - and the last few charms I supplied myself.  Also on
> the back are other Millennium fabrics - from Jinny Beyer, Hoffman, you name
> it - even a small piece of South African 2000 fabric (thanks, Tutu).  It is
> even bound with Year 2000 fabric.

> What it says about me that it's not finished until 2002 I don't care to
> think about!

> The DDs will have to toss for this one at the appointed hour - there'll only
> ever be one of these quilts in this house.  Both have said to me, quietly,
> that they'd like the quilt for their room, the ultimate seal of approval.

> Pictures?  They're coming...

> Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand

 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by LN » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 11:17:46


Moo! Congrats from Cow Country!

--
Happy Dancing with you among the cow patties!

LN in NH



Quote:
> Kia Ora,

> Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to
report that my
> Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by
your good
> selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made,
hence the
> name.

> In my first post to RCTQ at the end of 1998 I said I'd be
willing to swap MQ
> charms, and was immediately inundated with squishies.  I swapped
with
> everyone who asked me to swap with them in return - there are 73
signature
> squares on the back - and the last few charms I supplied myself.
Also on
> the back are other Millennium fabrics - from Jinny Beyer,
Hoffman, you name
> it - even a small piece of South African 2000 fabric (thanks,
Tutu).  It is
> even bound with Year 2000 fabric.

> What it says about me that it's not finished until 2002 I don't
care to
> think about!

> The DDs will have to toss for this one at the appointed hour -
there'll only
> ever be one of these quilts in this house.  Both have said to
me, quietly,
> that they'd like the quilt for their room, the ultimate seal of
approval.

> Pictures?  They're coming...

> Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand

 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by PhilipAlle » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 11:16:49


Congrats. Jigging e***dly in my chair.
Sarah. Blaenau Ffestiniog.



Quote:
> Kia Ora,

> Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to report that my
> Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by your good
> selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made, hence the
> name.

> In my first post to RCTQ at the end of 1998 I said I'd be willing to swap
MQ
> charms, and was immediately inundated with squishies.  I swapped with
> everyone who asked me to swap with them in return - there are 73 signature
> squares on the back - and the last few charms I supplied myself.  Also on
> the back are other Millennium fabrics - from Jinny Beyer, Hoffman, you
name
> it - even a small piece of South African 2000 fabric (thanks, Tutu).  It
is
> even bound with Year 2000 fabric.

> What it says about me that it's not finished until 2002 I don't care to
> think about!

> The DDs will have to toss for this one at the appointed hour - there'll
only
> ever be one of these quilts in this house.  Both have said to me, quietly,
> that they'd like the quilt for their room, the ultimate seal of approval.

> Pictures?  They're coming...

> Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand

 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by froo » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 11:35:29


Woo Hoo! I'm Happy Dancing for you (all by myself as I just put Giles
and Spike to bed)! I'm so glad you got yours finished. Maybe I'll get
mine done this year, too!

Wendy, happy to be Happy Dancing all by myself!

Quote:

> Kia Ora,

> Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to report that my
> Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by your good
> selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made, hence the
> name.

> In my first post to RCTQ at the end of 1998 I said I'd be willing to swap MQ
> charms, and was immediately inundated with squishies.  I swapped with
> everyone who asked me to swap with them in return - there are 73 signature
> squares on the back - and the last few charms I supplied myself.  Also on
> the back are other Millennium fabrics - from Jinny Beyer, Hoffman, you name
> it - even a small piece of South African 2000 fabric (thanks, Tutu).  It is
> even bound with Year 2000 fabric.

> What it says about me that it's not finished until 2002 I don't care to
> think about!

> The DDs will have to toss for this one at the appointed hour - there'll only
> ever be one of these quilts in this house.  Both have said to me, quietly,
> that they'd like the quilt for their room, the ultimate seal of approval.

> Pictures?  They're coming...

> Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand

 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Elaine Ros » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 11:49:17


Congrats.........from Western New York.

~Elaine in Batavia



Quote:
> Kia Ora,

> Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to report that my
> Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by your good
> selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made, hence the
> name.

> In my first post to RCTQ at the end of 1998 I said I'd be willing to swap
MQ
> charms, and was immediately inundated with squishies.  I swapped with
> everyone who asked me to swap with them in return - there are 73 signature
> squares on the back - and the last few charms I supplied myself.  Also on
> the back are other Millennium fabrics - from Jinny Beyer, Hoffman, you
name
> it - even a small piece of South African 2000 fabric (thanks, Tutu).  It
is
> even bound with Year 2000 fabric.

> What it says about me that it's not finished until 2002 I don't care to
> think about!

> The DDs will have to toss for this one at the appointed hour - there'll
only
> ever be one of these quilts in this house.  Both have said to me, quietly,
> that they'd like the quilt for their room, the ultimate seal of approval.

> Pictures?  They're coming...

> Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand

 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Ian & Hele » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 13:34:48


Yaaaaay. you go girl!!

Helen NZ

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"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Judy Grevenit » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 13:12:22


Vivien, I will solve the problem of two daughters--one MM quilt.  Wrap
it nicely and send it to me.  That way there will be peace in your
house.   Congratulations!!!
Red Queen
 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Wayne and Sharon Harpe » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 14:08:44


Happy Dancin' down here in Oz for you!!

Sharon in Melbourne Australia



Quote:
> Kia Ora,

> Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to report that my
> Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by your good
> selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made, hence the
> name.

> In my first post to RCTQ at the end of 1998 I said I'd be willing to swap
MQ
> charms, and was immediately inundated with squishies.  I swapped with
> everyone who asked me to swap with them in return - there are 73 signature
> squares on the back - and the last few charms I supplied myself.  Also on
> the back are other Millennium fabrics - from Jinny Beyer, Hoffman, you
name
> it - even a small piece of South African 2000 fabric (thanks, Tutu).  It
is
> even bound with Year 2000 fabric.

> What it says about me that it's not finished until 2002 I don't care to
> think about!

> The DDs will have to toss for this one at the appointed hour - there'll
only
> ever be one of these quilts in this house.  Both have said to me, quietly,
> that they'd like the quilt for their room, the ultimate seal of approval.

> Pictures?  They're coming...

> Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand

 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Vivien &/or Ton » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 14:31:31


Kia Ora,

I see you've been taking lessons from LN.  Hmmm. ;-)

Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand


Quote:
> Vivien, I will solve the problem of two daughters--one MM quilt.  Wrap
> it nicely and send it to me.  That way there will be peace in your
> house.   Congratulations!!!
> Red Queen

 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Vickie Y » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 14:47:58


Yippee, Vivien!  Better late then never, eh? <BG>  At least you
finished, yours, and that's a good thing.   I still have my
"Quasi-Millenium" quilt to finish. Maybe I'll get mine done this year,
too.
Hey, chair dancing! What a great idea. <BG>

Vickie, spinning around in Ohio

Quote:

> Kia Ora,

> Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to report that
my
> Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by your
good
> selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made, hence
the
> name.

> In my first post to RCTQ at the end of 1998 I said I'd be willing to
swap MQ
> charms, and was immediately inundated with squishies.  I swapped with
> everyone who asked me to swap with them in return - there are 73
signature
> squares on the back - and the last few charms I supplied myself.  Also
on
> the back are other Millennium fabrics - from Jinny Beyer, Hoffman, you
name
> it - even a small piece of South African 2000 fabric (thanks, Tutu).
It is
> even bound with Year 2000 fabric.

> What it says about me that it's not finished until 2002 I don't care
to
> think about!

> The DDs will have to toss for this one at the appointed hour -
there'll only
> ever be one of these quilts in this house.  Both have said to me,
quietly,
> that they'd like the quilt for their room, the ultimate seal of
approval.

> Pictures?  They're coming...

> Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand

 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Linda Campbel » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 18:59:13


It says you are a woman with a wonderful streak of
"stick-to-it-when-the-going-gets-tough-ness!!!!

And we are singin' and dancin' in the ruins for you, Vivien, to the tune of
"Auld Lang Syne"

Linda and the Gang in SF

Quote:

> Kia Ora,

> Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to report that my
> Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by your good
> selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made, hence the
> name.

> In my first post to RCTQ at the end of 1998 I said I'd be willing to swap MQ
> charms, and was immediately inundated with squishies.  I swapped with
> everyone who asked me to swap with them in return - there are 73 signature
> squares on the back - and the last few charms I supplied myself.  Also on
> the back are other Millennium fabrics - from Jinny Beyer, Hoffman, you name
> it - even a small piece of South African 2000 fabric (thanks, Tutu).  It is
> even bound with Year 2000 fabric.

> What it says about me that it's not finished until 2002 I don't care to
> think about!

> The DDs will have to toss for this one at the appointed hour - there'll only
> ever be one of these quilts in this house.  Both have said to me, quietly,
> that they'd like the quilt for their room, the ultimate seal of approval.

> Pictures?  They're coming...

> Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand

 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Tutu Haynes-Smar » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 15:19:28


Toyi-toying for you over here:-) Many congratulations!

Cheers for now

Tutu
Cape Town, South Africa

Quote:


> > Kia Ora,

> > Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to report that
my
> > Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by your
good
> > selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made, hence the
> > name.

 
 
 

"Millennium Monster" finished

Post by Mindy Bal » Sat, 09 Mar 2002 21:20:53


YAY VIVIEN!!! WOOOOO HOOOOOOO!!!!   :)

Happy dancing in the middle of rain and thunderstorms in Iowa!! :)

Mindy B.

Quote:

> Kia Ora,

> Please Happy Dance with me as I am absolutely delighted to report that my
> Millennium Monster quilt, fabrics for the most part provided by your good
> selves, is finished.  It is the largest quilt I've ever made, hence the
> name.

> In my first post to RCTQ at the end of 1998 I said I'd be willing to swap MQ
> charms, and was immediately inundated with squishies.  I swapped with
> everyone who asked me to swap with them in return - there are 73 signature
> squares on the back - and the last few charms I supplied myself.  Also on
> the back are other Millennium fabrics - from Jinny Beyer, Hoffman, you name
> it - even a small piece of South African 2000 fabric (thanks, Tutu).  It is
> even bound with Year 2000 fabric.

> What it says about me that it's not finished until 2002 I don't care to
> think about!

> The DDs will have to toss for this one at the appointed hour - there'll only
> ever be one of these quilts in this house.  Both have said to me, quietly,
> that they'd like the quilt for their room, the ultimate seal of approval.

> Pictures?  They're coming...

> Vivien in Auckland, New Zealand