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February 05, 2010


Sew Create It - Jane

Looks wonderful and the name of it is great!


Beautiful - everything about it appeals to me! Great job!


Very, very pretty, Nicole.


Nicole it's absolutely stunning! This is definitely one of my favorites that you've done... Bravo!


Yours turned out great. thanks for sharing the other links so i can see them all. I like your idea of yellow, blue and cream


Wow Nicole, your quilt is amazing! What a beautiful pattern.

Mary Flynn

WOWZERS...gorgeous! I've got that pattern and will scooch it up a knotch on my list!


Absolutely beautiful!!!


Looks gorgeous! Nothing like some fellow bloggers to get you motivated to finish. Since I'm one totally using Rouenneries to death I have to agree it would look great ;)


Another beautiful quilt! Reminds me of spring flowers.

Magnolia Bay Quilts

Gorgeous! That really is a great pattern, and you chose such beautiful fabrics.

Lisa D.

Wow - your crisp red and green make your Toulouse look much more sophisticated, Nicole. My quilt must be the country bumpkin brother!

call me crazy

Beautiful! :-) I love your colors.


Beautiful! Beautiful! Beautiful!

paulettte Doyle

YOur new quilt is STUNNING!!! And your friends quilts are gorgeous too!! What fun to make it together!!


Love it! Love it! Love it!


Oh my gosh! I wish you could have seen my reaction when I saw this post! Wide eyes, jaw open, I slammed my hands on my desk so hard that my coffee cup got some air and shouted, "Wooooaahhhh!!!!" Hahaa! Telling you, "BEAUTIFUL quilt" is an understatement!



Elaine Adair

This is one beeeeeuuuutifullllll quilt! Thank you for the inspiration!

Allyson in Alaska

Ooooooh, I wish I was in on this quilt. I just love it! But let me tell you, there is NONE of this fabric left on the face of the planet. Trust me, I've scoured every single corner, nook and cranny. I'll have to live viacariously through you three because they're all gorgeous. Even Lisa's "Country Bumpkin" cousin. Is that a first cousin? j/k


I love your quilt! I need to purchase the pattern. You and Thelma have inspired me so I'm off to see Lisa's.


That's beautiful! I love the little corner blocks:)

Lizzie Swinney

Nicole, As always your quilts are stunning. I liked it so much I bought the pattern and have plans to make it with some sunflower fabric I have been saving for a special project. You are an inspiration to me. also I would like to thank you for posting about the red/white challenge. I won the challenge gift and I want to thank you and Allison for such a great fun time. Lizzie


Lovely! I can't even begin to tell you how many patterns and fabrics and gadgets I have ordered after reading your blog, you are bad for wallet! LOL I just went and ordered this pattern, no surprise there!


Your Toulouse quilt turned out wonderful!! You do such a nice job putting your fabrics together for your quilts. What method did you use for your flying geese? Those have always been tricky for me. I remember once reading you had a plastic gadget taped on top of your sewing machine plate and under the needle--can't remember what it is called. Do you still use that? Your flying geese look great!! Have lots of fun ENJOYING your Toulouse beauty!
Beverly in WA

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