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Wednesday, January 23, 2013


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Sarah in Houston

WOW! It looks so great! I just went through and saved all the patterns. I'll have to look for fabric to go with.


I love how you have sewn this together m it really does showcase the blocks well and works for the scrappy effect !


I came out great! Love the color placement. Thanks for the tips on small scrappy.

Deb Fox

That is really adorable!

Mary Ann

Love this setting, especially the controlled scrappy look. Thanks for all the good dialogue and hints Pat.

Sarah Vee

Really like this - and love that pink and black border. The Sassy line is gorgeous. Great tips on how to control a scrappy look too, Pat!

helenmarie in tn

That loooks really cute!
and I love your color choices!

pat sloan

Machelle the 'back' will be decided later... since I'll be changing thread colors, I think one of the medium prints from the line. I'm going to write Sandy Gervais to see what she thinks!


Wow! The quilt looks great! I really like the pink and black inner border - not so "frame-like" and more "I'm here to keep you guys all together." The turquoise outer border is so pretty! Great job!


ohhh this came great - I'm in the middle of designing a stitching (redwork) art quilt too - so glad that stitching is coming back into vogue! Mine start as this little project and has taken over my creativeness! (its on my blog)


Turned out very nice! I really like the turquoise border. Now..what are you putting on the back??

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