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June 02, 2009



I love it . . . what a cheery quilt . . . the colors are fantastic . . .

what is that pattern called?

Lisa D.

That's really pretty, Nicole, and the perfect gift to welcome a new baby! Lucky that you had one all ready to go and didn't need to scramble to make one for her!


Isn't it nice to have those items on hand for the perfect recipient.

Your quilt is beautiful and I'm sure little Sophia and her parents will love it.

You are a sweet and generous woman.



Oh my, how dreamy and sweet. I love it! Absolutely love it!


Your quilt is beautiful and that is a great idea to give it to little Sophia! What a pretty name!


Gorgeous quilt...I'm wondering about the pattern as well! I hope it's okay that I linked to your blog in my most recent post...your Patisserie quilt inspired me to make my latest...Thanks for the inspiration!


That is really a great idea! Make a quilt because you love the fabric and pattern. Then just wait till it finds a home. It's really so pretty and baby will love it.


Very sweet quilt. Looks like there are a couple of Sophia's being born next month :-)


What a sweet quilt. It looks like it was made for a Sophia. I think quilts have a way of finding a home.

Nancy, Near Philadelphia

A darling quilt and a generous gift. I make quilts the way you do, too, much of the time. Without a recipient in mind. One generally comes along, and it is always exactly the right one. Love it.


What a wonderful, wonderful quilt. Oh I love the idea of having some quilts ready to go...I don't usually think to make a quilt until I need it for someone...I'm going to start thinking your way. I love it!

Judith R

It is beautifull, I am sure they will be loving it.
And yes you saw a mistake on my quilt, but it wasn't the one I was referring to. I switched two ninepatches.


That is beautiful, they'll love it for sure. I make quilts all of the time that don't "match" my house, but I don't care, it's all about the love of the fabric :)


I have decided that I don't need to make a list of the quilts I want to do next... I just have to go back through your blog and pick!


That is going to be one happy baby when she realizes what a beautiful treasure she has!


How pretty - and a great place for the quilt to go! I have that book - I'd better get to lookin' at it!


Thanks, Nicole. I always feel guilty about making a quilt just because I've fallen in love with a fabric. I'm happy to learn I'm not the only one. So good to hear that you were able to pass along one of your beautiful creations.


The quilt is lovely, as is the idea. I now have one quilt I really like but doesn't fit my house that is waiting for someone and am getting ready to start a baby quilt for some unknown someday baby. I just like making quilts.


What a fantastic quilt - glad you've found the right home for it.

Mary on Lake Pulaski

Lovely quilt! Lucky new owners! I think just like you about seeing a pattern and fabric I like and want to make the quilt with no one in mind. I too always find a new home for them.


Ahh...this will be Sophie's treasure for sure.

Allyson in Alaska

Cute quilt! Don't you just love Evelyn Sloppy's book? Every quilt in it is fantastic.

Glad you found a good home for this little beauty.

Nanna mary

Lovely Quilt It will be treasured forever I am sure Lucky Sophie.
Hugs Mary.

Kathy Wagner

Isn't it cool how it works out?!?
What a generous gift!

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