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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

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Pat Allen

Absolutely LOVE your fabrics... inspiring to see the different versions too! Will start on these second week in May... some paper work has priority until then. Searching for shops with your fabrics... where oh where could some be found? Want those cone flowers and that new creamy batik too... wish me luck!

Diana Nelson

What a great looking quilt and of course your fabrics are just the best. Count me in on your quilt along. I'm going to start pulling fabrics so I can get started right away.

berit dalby

I also tried to resist, really!! But finally I gave in. Going through some old leaders/enders I found a box full of fourpatches. I also found some 5 inch squares. So I'm doing scrappy, which is my favorite anyway. whichever way I start out, I usually end up scrappy. Will post a pic. after the week end.

Machelle

pulling fabrics!!

Tracy

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the blue!!!! The red pretty too. Hehehe

Vickie in Cleveland

I tried to resist, I really did, but that red and yellow version really got to me! I so don't need another project right now, but I couldn't help myself!! :)
Thanks, Pat!

Vickie in Cleveland

Tracy

I love the blue version! Did I say love? I mean I REALLY LOVE it!!! Beautiful. The red one is pretty too, lol.

Cindy in TN

Okay, I'm not late yet. I can do this!

Thunder

Ohhhh I want those flowers, and the reds !
:) :)

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