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January 09, 2008

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Juliann

I am always in awe of this kind of piecing. I am not very accurate - guess that is why I love the primitive stuff - but I do like to try and do these kinds of projects now and then just to see if I can. I have always wanted to do a pickle dish but those points scare me.

joyce

All I can say is WOW! I am definitely not a precision quilter. Hence my love for the wonky. I do enjoy looking at other people's precision though.

Toni

Just incredible workmanship! I love pictures and I'm in awe of how precise the blocks came out!

Carol

What absolutely magnificent blocks...they are perfect!

Susan Ramey Cleveland

Awesome work on all the quilt blocks. The NY Beauty is unbelievable. I love Kaffe Fassett fabric, but have never used much of it. This makes me want to go out and buy a bunch of it.

Susan Ramey Cleveland

Awesome work on all the quilt blocks. The NY Beauty is unbelievable. I love Kaffe Fassett fabric, but have never used much of it. This makes me want to go out and buy a bunch of it.

Jane Weston

I'd sure love to know what her secret is. No matter how much I try my points are never that good.

karen

The fabric is beautiful in those quilt blocks and the piecing is amazing. I struggle with the accuracy thing and taking my time is always the thing the gets me in the end. I tend to want immediate results and slow and steady is always better.

Thanks for sharing - Karen

Kairle

It's been WAY too long since I've stopped by, Nicole. Looks like you had a great time at the retreat. Thanks for sharing pictures of those beautiful blocks!

Judith

Wow all the blocks are just beautifull. I wish I were so accurate in my sewing.

Floss

The blocks are just beautiful.
I can appreciate accuracy, but I must admit that I quilt using the "good enough" method; otherwise I would never get anything done.

Floss

The blocks are just beautiful.
I can appreciate accuracy, but I must admit that I quilt using the "good enough" method; otherwise I would never get anything done.

Angela

Oooh -- those pieces are amazing! I'll have to say I like accuracy, but I'll usually sacrifice it for the whole "get it done" thing. (I could become way too obsessive if I let myself. Love how your blended quilt is coming along as well -- beautiful!

Thimbleanna

Definitely beautiful piecing! I'm lucky like you -- I have a precise piecer to inspire me -- that's my Mom! ;-)

Bloom

Looking forward to hearing your tips on accurate piecing. I love accuracy too, but I'm not that great at it yet! Anything you can share to help will be appreciated enormously. The blocks you have shown in this post are unbelievable - I couldn't imagine ever having the level of skill these would require. Something to aspire to!

Mary Wood

wow they are great blocks I dream of doing something like that one day ????????well I can always dream.
Hugs Mary.

Kathy Jones

Your blog is one of my favorites. I enjoy your insight, talent, and funny ways. I always smile as I read on. I am envious of your fabric choices and your skill level.

Thanks for sharing!

Jean T

Absolutely beautiful blocks. A big pat on the back to your friend for her pristine piecing. What is the name of the block on the top or where is the pattern? You're right, her color choices are exceptional.

Cindy D

oooh oooh ooh love the choices of fabric she used. Also loved that NY Beauty.

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