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February 21, 2011


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....


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

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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?


Judy C in NC

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


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


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


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


Beautiful job!


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!!!!!!


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.


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!


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


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!


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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