Contact

March 13th, 2007

Scott of Blue Nickel Studios can be contacted via email at bluenickel5@earthlink. net

or by phone at 425.388.8740

I can’t wait to hear from you!

 

14 Responses to “Contact”

  1. RICH PITTENGERon 12 Dec 2007 at 10:21 pm

    HEY SCOTT! THIS IS RICH THE LONE GUY QUILTER FROM KANSAS. THANKS FOR RETURNING MY MESSAGE. I DID HEAR OF THE GROUP FROM THE QUILTERS HOME MAG. WHAT A GREAT MAGAZINE. IT IS SO DIVERSIFIED. AND MARK IS NUTS. I GUESS CHARACTERS LIKE US RUN IN PACKS.

    I HAVE BEEN IN KANSAS SINCE ME AND MY PARTNER MOVED HERE FROM ORLANDO. DUE TO HIS FAMILY REASONS. BUT IT HAS BEEN HOME TO US FOR 24 YEARS. WE WOULD LOVE TO MOVE TO YOUR NECK OF THE WOODS AFTER WE RETIRE. MY PARTNER IS A REAL ESTATE BROKER. I HAD A SPINAL INJURY IN 92 AND DUE TO PARTIAL PARALYSIS AS WELL AS TO SEVERE PAIN 24/7 I HAD TO RETIRE FROM THE HOSPITAL IN 94. SO THAT IS PRETTY MUCH OUR LIFE HERE. I LOOK FORWARD TO CHECKING OUT YOUR WEB SITE IN YAHOO GROUPS. SO PLEASE TRY TO KEEP IN TOUCH I ENJOY HEARING FROM YOU.

    THANKS RICH PITTENGER

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  3. Sandi A.on 04 Sep 2008 at 6:17 pm

    Since my little Tootsie Pop ship came in third, Scott, does that mean that I will be getting the third prize you listed
    which is that cool panel of the kids playing? I thought your contest was great. I held a Giveaway on my blog during
    the same time period and thought that many more would sign up but didn’t. I think people must still be busy with
    summer stuff or getting the kids back to school or working more to cover the cost of gas and groceries. Good thing
    I have a large stash of fabric because there’s not the extra money to buy as much these days!! I’ll be watching for
    your next challenge!

  4. Jack Brocketteon 31 Mar 2009 at 8:36 am

    Scott great web site. Keep up the good work.


    Thanks Jack!

  5. Kathleen Smithon 18 Nov 2009 at 7:25 pm

    I saw the Split Pea Soup quilt pattern in the Fon’s Porter’s Quilting Easy Quilts Fall 2009

    My granddaughter is wanting me to make her a queen size quilt like that, I have not been quilting that long and wonder how much material I need to get. She is wanting it in black and white.

    Thanks for the information

  6. Kathleen Smithon 18 Nov 2009 at 7:26 pm

    Can you help me on the yardage to buy.

  7. SewLindaAnnon 05 Jan 2010 at 5:31 pm

    Hey Scott, I’m not sure I’ll be on the computer for a few days (I wasted most of today reading) so here’s my address for the contest win:

    Linda Armenti

    *******

    ******

    *******

    Thanks, and I look forward to lots more fun on your blog.

    Sincerely,
    Linda

  8. Paton 03 Aug 2010 at 8:03 pm

    Hi Scott,
    Just wondered if you got my email last night with my snail mail. It said I couldn’t send it to you, that I needed to be okayed or something.
    Thanks,
    Pat—write or right—:)

  9. Pat Adamson 24 Sep 2010 at 3:00 pm

    Hi Scott,

    Just sat down to write you a thank you note but can’t find your street address. Can’t believe I didn’t put it in a safe place.
    But none the less, thanks so much for the fabric you sent, it’s neat stuff and I will use it for a future quilting project.
    Anytime you want your writing corrected for grammatical errors, just let me know. :)

    Thanks again,

    Pat
    “Life is not the way it’s supposed to be. It’s the way it is.
    The way you cope with it is what makes the difference.”

  10. Sueon 16 Sep 2011 at 7:55 am

    Last night I made some Bumble Basic Blues blocks to send you and there seems to be a problem with the pattern. I made Block A and those 2.5” squares with a 1/4” seam allowance gave me 4.5” squares not 5.5” squares. I sewed some sashing to the four-patches so I hope that’s OK. Then I decided to give up on my remaining A’s and start over to make some Block B’s for my remaining strippy blocks. I cut out the Block B pieces and the pieces can’t sew together with seam allowances and make a 5.5” block. So I just sewed together my remaining four strippy blocks and am sending that. Hope that works for the quilt, but I thought you might want to look at the pattern again. It’s super cute.

    Sue, yup…I had screwed that up…I got it fixed within 24 hours..but in Internet time that is forever, I know!! I sent you an email…thanks for adapting!!

  11. Mairion 11 Oct 2011 at 4:44 am

    Hey Scott! Thanks for the Uber-fest… I am loving it! It was just what I needed during school holidays with a sick toddler! You are responsible for my somewhat sanity!
    It has been driving me a little mental the link to chicken foot for the next block… the blog is dating back to 2009. So I did a bit of sleuthing and found that she has a newer blog which is up to date and mentions the fest so I figure your link is wrong, and hence the link to the next block from the last block (are you keeping up!) So, in order to prevent confusion I thought I’d let you know it should be http://iamchickenfoot.blogspot.com/ Hope you get this in time and it’s helpful!
    Love your work!
    Regards, Mairi
    (down here in Australia where I stay up later than late in hope of seeing the next block before heading to bed lol!)

    Should be fixed now Mairi…wanna go check?

  12. beckyon 17 Nov 2011 at 10:22 am

    Scott – I wondered what you were up to so after looking at your Steam pix, I looked it up on Google. I may have something of interest for you. Stanley’s family owned a large home in Bromley, Kent. It was actually the muse to a large estate that was no longer there. We were watching tv and they showed the first computer…....built by Babbage…..and Stanley said, “That’s my home!” And it was!! The puter was enormous and filled the house! It is a lovely home with beautiful gardens and has quite a history. Just a little tidbit ….........

  13. Sandie Hrycykon 14 Mar 2012 at 9:26 pm

    Hi Scott,
    enjoyed your guest blog on the quilting gallery and then came to check out your site. I love your quirky sense of humour – it shows through in your choice of photos on your blog. I also love blue and grey fabrics. The little quilt you showed on the quilting gallery spot couldn’t be found here or on the genQ site. I’d love to make it as a table runner for my dining room.
    I wouldn’t mind winning some fabric too.
    Sandie

  14. Donna Joyon 18 May 2012 at 6:10 am

    Thanks for sharing Greared for guys, but the next step to alamode, well I went to her site and nothing there about geared for men. That was for Thursday , now I don’t know where to go for Friday May 18.
    Hope you can direct me, thanks.

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