Stitchery Dickory Dock
Handmade. Homegrown. Heartfelt.
Sharon Fazio says
January 1, 2013 at 9:33 am
I would like to follow you on your blog
Teri Ralph says
March 13, 2013 at 8:12 pm
Amy, I checked that I would like to follow you on your blog. Somehow, I accidentally touched something on my iPad and it deleted your blog. Could you please add me back to follow your blog?
Barbara Wadel says
March 27, 2013 at 1:32 pm
Hi Amy , I started doing your blocks of the month later, but chose to do them anyway. I chose the ones I liked best to do my quilt, which I am still in the process of doing. I am 60 worked all my life. I have knitted and crocheted for 40 years and have done many projects including sweaters. I always wanted to do quilting but felt I never had the time with working a full time job at a Christian Day Care. I love your class, and now am doing the quilting I always wanted to do. You are a great teacher. I had to quit my job due to an illness called sarcoidosis, it has kept me at home and when I feel good now I am quilting, along with my knitting. God Bless you and yours, it is so nice to know of another sister in Christ on here. I will pray for the young man you put on here and if able donate. Yours in Christ, Barb Wadel
Evelyn Croskey says
April 2, 2013 at 9:47 am
I am a member of the Sugar Block Club and am doing the blocks. However, this month I got the pattern, but no templates. ;-( Where do I find those?
April 3, 2013 at 6:46 am
I can always have time for another quilt/ fabric newsletter. Thank you . some free fabric would be just great as well. I do always try to shop locally when I can.
July 17, 2013 at 3:34 am
hi, I was trying to watch the tutorial on binding, was redirected, and then it just wasn’t there. Did you remove it or is it a glitch?
Gloria Aguilera says
February 8, 2014 at 9:06 pm
Hi Amy, Hope this is okay to reply to you here regarding your pictures I received in my email on the remodeling of your kitchen. What a big improvement and it looks so homey looking just like a farm house kitchen should. It was so homey of you to post these for all of us to see. I haven’t started my blocks yet on this site have so many projects to do and to finish up on the 2012 BOM on Craftsy. I love your teaching and the up close of all your teaching aides.
.Are your twins boys or girls or one of each? Thank you for your thoughtfulness in sharing.
Terrie Scharf says
August 8, 2014 at 12:43 am
I thought I was following the blog, but now i am now. Can you please add me.
Carolyn White says
February 7, 2015 at 8:55 am
Amy, What is the name of your book and when is it coming out? Can’t wait to purchase it!
La Verne says
June 28, 2015 at 7:36 pm
Amy, I took the “For Keeps Pledge” and downloaded the pattern to make a charity block. I think this is a wonderful project and it helps me get rid of scraps of fabric, so I would like to send you a block on an irregular basis. So I made my first block and then looked at my instruction sheet to see where to mail it, and I saw a sentence that reads, “Please mail… blocks in either of these two color combinations…” I never saw a place that gave us a choice of colors. I just used scraps I had on hand and it turned out good, but if I need to used certain colors I need to know what they are. Can you post them someplace where we can see. Thanks! And thanks for being such a great teacher!
August 5, 2015 at 2:51 pm
I have taken several if your crafty classes and have loved every minute. You are such a joy and I love your positive spirit. Plus you’re a great teacher .Thanks for having you blog.
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