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February 21, 2011

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Sue Bennett

Thanks for the great tips on piecing this. I may just have to pull mine out of hiding. Love the blues and creams you used.

cindy b

thanks for sharing your trials and triumphs. love winding ways and have those same templates and a nice collection of indigo fabrics to use. with your helpful hints i'm ready to go for it. maybe after eventide....

Kim

your blocks are gorgeous! You made it look so easy.

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*karendianne.

How exciting! I'm so happy for you. Yeah!!!

Barbara Anne

Applause, applause! You found a great way to make these blocks. Thanks for the tutorial and great photos that explain so well how to be successful as you've been!

I look forward to seeing your Winding Ways quilt! Will you continue on in blue and white?

Hugs!

Judy C in NC

Thanks for the tips and pictures. Quilters do persevere. Beautiful blocks Judy C

Sandy

Ah. How wonderful that you found a method to that madness! The pieces are looking lovely.

rita

Love your blocks! I have this book and have never made not one block.. I look at it regularly and I think one day..now I may need to actually do it.

Yvette

Your blocks look fantastic. I have been way too intimidated to try these but maybe now I will.

Jocelyn

Beautiful job!

Diane

I knew you could do it! I love my winding ways quilt, and I think you'll love yours too.

Pat C in Washington

Beautiful! And such clear instructions - I think I should try this one. Love your fabrics, too.

Sallee from NH

Nice blocks Nicole - thanks for the tutorial.

Amy H

It's looking so great!!!!!!

Chris

Great tips! I love scrap quilts the most I guess because they are "free". And I love all your blue and creams. Having just finished a blue and white/cream quilt, I find them to be a wonderful color combination. Although I may have a red an white quilt in my future.

Madeline

It looks great!!! It reminds me of the beach house colors. :)

Jan Smith

How clever! This is turning out great - just love blues and creams together.

Sandie ~call me crazy

Yay You! Thanks for the little tute~ your block looks great! Have fun!

Nancy Watkins

Thanks for the advice Nicole. I've never tried this yet. I love your blue/cream fabrics!!! Of course I do, right? :)

Paula Peck

Good for you!

Miki

I really like this pattern. Your blocks are beautiful. I am so glad you stuck with it. Thanks for the helpful tip on piecing.

Thelma

That turned out great, the center circle really pops out at you! This is a lesson to all of us, not to give up, and to pass along a suggestion when someone needs some help. Good all the way around!

Sew Create It - Jane

Genius! thanks for sharing the tip. I'm going to print your post out and put it with my templates!

Kat

adorable work ! :)

Sinta Renee

I'm so glad that you persevered! The block in itself is a great block... and the pattern you get when they come together is so fun! You quilt is beautiful!!!

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