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Wednesday, May 15, 2013


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Looks Beautiful!


Definitely there is enough coffee here in Portland to keep you going. Both of the quilts are beautiful. It would be hard to decide which version to make.


I love your bobbins and bits, bright and cheery. Your nine patch quilt is really cute. I like video's that show you an entire project as well as video's that teach one technique.



Could really use that pattern RIGHT now. How big are the squares in the 9 patch? Thought a Jelly Roll would be great to use for this quilt.


Beautiful quilt. You have two of my very favorite elements in it (make that three). I adore 9 patches. They are easy to make and provide a lot of design posibilities. The streak of lightening set is probably my most favorite setting pattern. Looks hard but again easy too do. The feathers set off both the 9 patches and the setting fabric. I think that I will have to make another quilt. (Best part is that my guild is doing an ongoing 9 patch exchange for the next few monthes.) Have a great time in Portland.

Sandhya Karandikar

A beautiful pattern. Would love to make it. Great for using scraps too.


Wow, this is beautiful. Shelly is such a great long arm quilter. Love the look of both quilts.


love it!!

Shelly Pagliai

That might be one I have to have. I think I'd like to make a larger version for my ownself!

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