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August 18, 2008

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Charlie

How about doing the quilt that is in the tin. It's called basket case. It called for a soiled and a border print. That is why I bought mine.

Charlie

Lisa D.

Oh dear - I do recall you were going to make a quilt from a jelly roll book you bought, but I can't for the life of me remember which one. If I figure it out, I'll let you know! :)

Lisa D.

Ooo! Ooo! Wasn't it the Strip-Apple Pineapple quilt in the "More Strip Clubbing Quilt Book" by Cozy Quilt Designs? I'm pretty sure that was the one you were considering when you bought those solids.

Sandi

Are you familiar with Connecting Threads? It's a mail order catalog and online store that has a fantastic selection of books. It's where I go for inspiration because under each book image is a link to View More Images. Click on that and you'll see up to a dozen photos of quilts in the book. Go here
http://www.connectingthreads.com/strip+friendly+quilting+books_BL60040125.html
to see all of their strip friendly books.

Ailsa

That's just like me, I know I have got things but I can't find them when I want them, it's so frustrating.

Mary Wood

You will think of something Nicole you always do And whatever it is it will look good as always.
Hugs Mary.

Teresa

Seems like I remember you saying you were going to send that to someone in South Carolina!!

Andrea

What rich, pretty colors. Perfect Summer to Fall transition colors.

cathi

What absolutely gorgeous colours! Whatever you do with those will be spectacular!

Pam Bush

Nicole, Check out the book Jelly Roll Quilts http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0715328638
from the English Shop The Quilt Room www.quiltroom.co.uk/ I love the way they put jelly rolls together! I am just now starting the Friendship Braid...and I just happen to have a few jelly rolls myself!

Carin

the fabric is beautiful I am sure what ever you make with it will be great

Stefanie

I think that you bought those fabrics for me!

Have a good week at work!

Karen Lee

Oh my I love this happy fabric. I am certain you'll remember what you were going to do. I just know it!

Susan Ramey Cleveland

That fabric is just tooo great. If you can't remember what you were going to do with it, I have a suggestion: send it to me! LOL!

pink pincushion

I have a jelly roll of this fabric also. I have Pretzel Party pattern by American Jane set aside to use with it. It's not as hard as it looks:)

Perry

I have this fabric and I love it. I intend to make the quilt pattern that was in the tin with mine. It looked pretty neat. Good luck with your decision.

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