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February 11, 2008

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Lisa D.

Very pretty, Nicole - I th8ink the blocks all look great together, I don't see anything ugly about any of them!

Julia

I love the look of the scrappy/don't match up blocks. I have a couple of jelly rolls and I am not sure what to do with them. I think that I will check out this book.
Thanks for sharing, Julia

LIbby

Looks like a fun quilt . . . and fun to make with just strips rather than jelly roll. Oh no, am I adding another 'to do' to my list *s*

Susan Ramey Cleveland

The blocks are beautiful and they look fun and easy. I have a jelly roll sitting here waiting for me to do something with it.

Carol

What a pretty quilt and looks like so much fun to put together. Love it! Where's Ozzie today?

Perry

I like all of the blocks, Nicole. Just use them all and make the quilt bigger, lol. Thanks for the tip on that ruler; I have it somewhere and had forgotten about it. Will have to dig it out.

pam

Love those rulers. You blocks look so pretty. You get tons done!

Judith

I love all of the blocks. I would say use them all.

Floss

This look great, I have been thinking about ordering this pattern along with the jelly roll, can you tell me the other fabric requirements, so I can order it all at once
Thanks
Floss

Floss

This look great, I have been thinking about ordering this pattern along with the jelly roll, can you tell me the other fabric requirements, so I can order it all at once
Thanks
Floss

Karen

Where in Wisconsin does your sister live? I am in Waukesha, WI!

Karen

Shady Gardener

Great post. I've enjoyed my brief visit and look forward to returning. :-)

quiltdivajulie

This must be the season for coping with UFOs... love the look of your blocks!! Give Ozzie a pat from me.

Mary Wood

Just love your blocks they are great. and as for the crown it should be on your head to me you are the queen of quilting. I am getting good ideas from you keep up the good work.
Hugs Mary

Cindy D

My vote is to use them all and make the quilt bigger. Getting crowns don't bother me it is getting another root canal that is my near future.

redgeraniumcottage

I love your blocks. Looks like you have quite a bunch of them. I think you should just go for the crown on your head. It will hurt much less. And look oh so pretty.

Anne

I absolutely love your blocks and the fabric you are using! I just got those books last week and there are some great projects in them. The one you're making is one of my favorites.

Georgina

It's a very beautiful proyect, jelly rolls are one of the best latest inventions for quilters, aren't they?

Nan

I must say, Nicole, I am in LOVE! What a wonderful pattern, and I don't think you'll have any sistie ugly blocks in that entire quilt.
You've gotten me sooooo excited to sew with my Madeira jelly roll now!

Rhonda

love these!

Maria

I love this quilt! I'm doing mine in a Sandy Gervais line from last spring. Heather Peterson used to live about 5 blocks from me, and now she lives about 15 miles away. She's got two books and two patterns coming out at spring market. I'm cutting one of her patterns today for a project with Moda Swell. I'm also a huge Moda fan. I like the new project you're starting too, even if it's not Moda!

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