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March 04, 2010

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Mary Flynn

Sophie feels like we all do about this winter weather is all.
Looking forward to the designer reveal.

badlands quilts

Oh my gosh, that is a lot of pieces!

Lindy

Can't wait to see the completed piece!

Jocelyn

Sophie looks like we all feel. Send in Spring!

Susan Ramey Cleveland

Tell her that Alabama Sophie sympathizes. She hates rain. She has gone for almost 24 hours at a stretch without so much as a tinkle.

Shelley dionne

Very interesting piecing going on there. Will be watching for the next step :)

Denise in PA

Oh my, 133 strip sets - I 'm exhausted just thinking about that! Love that quilt on your bed - it is so elegant!

pam

Move over Sophie so I can stare out the window with you. I could use a dose of sun.

Cheryl

OMG . . . you are a crazy girl . . . 1,235,000 2 1/2" squares . . . !!!

I do look forward to seeing this finished . . . you always inspire me !!

Karen L.

Hi, Nicole - Have you seen these Guidelines rulers? They make cutting accurate strips and pieces so easy. I can't wait to see all the quilts you have in the pipeline!

http://www.guidelines4quilting.com/

Karen L.

http://www.nancynoblogblogs.typepad.com

Actually, I think Sophie is wondering when you are going to lay out the 1,235,000 squares so she can roll around in them and fell all that wonderful fabric goodness.

Thelma

Hey, you cracked a math joke!! Sophie sure knows how to pose for a picture! I like the looks of your pieces, I'm guessing this is the last picture we'll see of this top super secret project.....for awhile at least.

Good for you, getting this done, Beach Cottage is calling!

Could your grass be any greener.....my grass isn't even thinking about turning green, it's still sound asleep......

Miss Jean

That photo of Sophis is priceless. She really looks like she is talking to you. That is certainly a lot of strip sets. What is your secret for keeping them straight and not curving? Can't wait to see the finished product.

Julie

At least using honeybuns you didn't have to cut the WOF strips! Looking forward to seeing what this quilt ends up looking like.

Anita

Our cats are really bored and tired of the rain as well! The forecast is calling for rain this weekend!

Jayne Honnold

Nicole, I have referenced your blog on my blog today. Hope you are okay with it. If not, I will remove the link and the reference.
Jayne

Beverly

Hello Nicole,
How are you feeling this week?
I noticed Miss Jean's question of how do you keep the pieces from getting curvy? I am curious as well. I am looking forward to your finished quilt. I hope you will be able to show it to us. Again, you do such nice work!! Maybe by the weekend the rain will be finished and you can have a fun time outdoors when your husband and other pet are home. Does Sophie miss them too?
Beverly in WA

Allyson in Alaska

I love how this follows your Spring Has Sprung post yesterday. Mother Nature just likes messing with us like that.

Sophie looks like she has a mouthful of quilt in that first picture...? She must really be bored. :)

Can't wait to see what you're doing with the million+ 2 1/2" inch squares.

Mary on Lake Pulaski

I don't know if you are going to be a happy camper, but I know I am going to like what you are doing with Happy Camper fabric Nicole!

Julie

Poor doggie, rough life up on Mom's bed!! LOL!! Your fabrics are so pretty, I will so look forward to seeing it all come together.

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