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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

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janita

Looks Beautiful!

Judy1522

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.

Amy

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.

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Susanne

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.

Paule-Marie

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.

Jocelyn

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

terry

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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