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August 25, 2014



I want to hear more about your trip! I thought about joinng the Simple What Nots Club, mainly for the red lily quilt, but decided not to because of all the projects I have already. Still love that lily quilt though!

Mary Kastner

How fun! I thought you might be headed up that way. I love Kim's quilts and these are spectacular. I am so happy you had such a good time. I went to a Jo Morton retreat in Nebraska this last week and had a fabulous time too. She is just a wonderful quilter and teacher as well!



So glad that you had a chance to get away. It is always so much fun to learn new things, especially when you have a knowledgeable and entertaining teacher.
Looking forward to seeing the next installment.

Barbara Anne

Welcome home!

I love the lily block you made and the charming little quilts that were brought as samples. The pieced borders are just wonderful. I've enjoyed Kim's books over the years and those classes with her must have been a real treat! Are the ideas swirling around in your head?

Count me in with those eager for the next installment!


Jennifer Gwyn

Welcome back Nicole! So jealous, but glad to hear you were able to get to such a great sewing opportunity. I look forward to more posts!

Sue Babich

Welcome home Nicole ! That lily quilt is beautiful !

Always fun to getaway with friends and real bonus is taking these classes together ! How Fun !!!!!!!!


Kim always surprises with the colors she puts together, love that! I have a project in progress from one of her books and several more bookmarked! Getting away for a week is such a great thing, especially when sewing and friends are involved :)


Welcome back! Glad you hear you had a good time. The lily applique is beautiful.

Over the weekend I was in a shop with a HUGE collection of Christopher Radko christmas ornaments and thought of you!


I'm facilitating a once a month demo/tutorial class for the WhatNots. I've made 2 so far and working on a third one. LOVE her work and this new line of fabric is exceptional. Lookers like you had a great time!

Mary Flynn

I'm envious...sigh. It's good to have you back as I look forward to seeing more!

Kathy ... aka Nana

I just love that lily quilt! How lucky you were to be able to attend Kim's workshops. I can't wait to see what you're working on now that you're home.


I'm so happy that you got to take this trip and meet some talented people. Thanks for the FQS tip. I'll check it out.


I'm so glad you got to go and have a good time with your buds and your classes.

I love that Lily quilt and Kim's new little quilts are wonderful. Isn't she the best?!? Genius. And nice! (Grrrrr.)

I look forward to the rest of the pictures - now go get some rest!


Love your blocks and lucky you....Kim is one person I would love to meet. Glad you enjoyed and bet the class was fun.....

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