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January 30, 2012



well done love it. Then again I love most blue and white stuff. I am itching to make some houses but right now I need to purge my house to get ready for renovations. I think my sewing time will be limited soon.


Looks great! I always forget about using painters tape as a guide-I'm glad you showed it.

Elaine S.

I love it, Nicole! Making me think I need this pattern. I, too, want to know what you mean by "sink my knots and thread tails". I have the knots on the back of my quilts and think this can't be right.


Too cute, Nicole - and my favorite line of fabric, too! I may just have to put some of mine to use with this!


Congrats on the finsih - it looks wonderful! I love that Blueberry Crumb Cake fabric line.


I like how it came out. Perfect fabric selection for the pattern and it goes so well with your dishes.


I love it...and love how you quilted it too! Parade on the 1st...see you then!

Denise Downey

That is so pretty and what a great accent for your table.
Looks like something that might be easy for me to do, although I'm still a bit intimidated by quilting. I don't have a lot of sewing experience and afraid I wouldn't be able to do something like this.
I guess I just need to jump in and give it a go. LOL!


Your little quilt is gorgeous!!


Perfect tutorial, thanks! I can't wait to try it and see the difference it makes.

Mary on Lake Pulaski

No time for the whole year of Schnibbles but after seeing you 'hood, I'll be making one!

Laila Skauge

Love your little neighborhood! Lovely fabrics!

Bari Jo

I really love how you did your topper!!! I HAVE to get those fabrics! It does make a great topper! I am excited to read you are doing the Year of Schnibbles and are doing a topper each month! I can't wait to see what you do - I would love to make some toppers. I love how you took the pillow that Carrie did and made a topper out of it! Brilliant! Thanks for all the help on machine quilting. I am sooo intimidated but I think the cross hatching is a great place to start - and on a topper will be great. Your table looks wonderful and I am inspired!!! Thanks for all you share!!! So glad you are back!


I love your Tiny Town! That is just the perfect size for your table. Great job all around. I have a fat quarter bundle of Blueberry Crumb Cake, I don't usually go for blues but that family really appealed to me.


I love your table runner Nicole!


It looks beautiful! I need to get some of that fabric :-)

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