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January 27, 2017

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Patrice Duffy Lambusta

The Garden Notes fabric is gorgeous. Thank you for sharing. I love your blog, so many ideas.

Lorraine

Love the bee fabric! I might need some myself.
Tell me about your penny pincher blocks...looks like long term fun.

Tracey Holzer

Penny Pincher will be gorgeous!! Are you able to chain piece these blocks or is it one at a time, Nicole?? I am done 92 of my 100 Jellystone bear paw blocks and then I can start assembling the complete block. I'm beginning to see the light at the end of this tunnel! Have a great weekend.

Nancy Watkins

You are right, who doesn't love bee fabric?? Need'l Love had some bee fabric a few years ago and I have loved bees ever since. Your quilt is going to be great!

Stephani in N. TX

I pinned that exact Summer Wind quilt to my favorites. Looks like a kinder, gentler buzz-saw pattern. Thought of it for a quilt for my new grandson who is still way too small for a room quilt. That gives me time. Didn't know the fabric was available too for that softer look. You are so full of good ideas Nicole.

Mary Kastner

I saw this collection a couple of days ago online and thought it was so pretty. You will have fun with this one!

Mary

Hildy

Fun bee fabric! You rock with your Penny Pincher blocks I'm sure you get the others done in a blink of an eye. Enjoy your weekend:-)

Jan

The bee fabric is yummy! That's going to make a great quilt! You're getting in lots of practice time on the new machine!

Susan Ramey Cleveland

I think I have to have some of that bee fabric. I love bees.

Barbara Anne

I love bees if they are nowhere near me!

Well done on your penny-pincher blocks! Looking forward to seeing these blocks together!

I'm about to start a quilt for DS2 in blues and purples using a HST pattern called Black Opal by Margaret Rolfe in her book "Spectacular Scrap Quilts".

Hugs!

Jennifer Gwyn

Those green and blues are beautiful - I can't wait to see your blocks and finished quilt.

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