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May 05, 2015

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Barbara Anne

Wow! You're headed toward Circling the Planet in circular quilts this spring!

Love the Crop Circles quilt pattern and those pieced borders on only two sides is interesting. The fabrics are delightful and,yes, the stripe will make the perfect binding.

Do I see the dreaded sashing? No problem for you who can deal with that in a day.

Hugs!

Nancy Watkins

Anxious to see this one. It looks interesting. Love this line of fabric, especially the prints with black in them.

Nancy Watkins

Nicole, I see a Baby Dresden template sitting there. Who makes that one?

Hildy

Too bad it's one of the few Miss Rosie patterns I just don't fall in love with. Although it's made with B&C fabrics. Really unbelieveable but just not me.
I'm working (slowly but steady) on my Green Tea and Sweet Beans pattern and it's coming along! Need to send you a picture:-)

ina

i love that pattern! i will enjoy watching your progress. ;p

Sandy M

Funny that you mention this pattern. I'm going on retreat next week and this pattern is among my final contenders to take. I am debating on fabrics and made a list of patterns that use layer cakes or just a few FQs and this is one of the ones on the list.
I'm just not sure about taking it to retreat since it does require templates and Dresden rulers... Maybe I'll be more tempted as you move along.

Jan

That will be a fun project! I'll look forward to seeing your fabric prep method! You're definitely on a quilting roll!

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