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December 07, 2012


Audrey Bretz

I made that quilt after you ladies blogged about it and it is one of my MOST favorite quilts as well. Thanks for sharing again.

Barbara Anne

What a joy-joy quilt!! I have intended to make it, but I have more quilts in my mind than made and in the closet. Maybe next year?!

A friend once put her Christmas tree in the playpen so it was safe from her small and busy children!

I bought indestructible ornaments when our boys were little and those were the ones they put on the tree at the lower levels.

Am off to check out the links you posted.



::: big sigh :::

I love this quilt. Beautiful job - funny story - lovely camaraderie with your sew-along - don't you love quilts that come with a story behind them? ;)

deb myers

ahhhh.... you discovered the amazing leanne olson!! you must've seen her quilts on your chicago junket; a side-trip to quilter's general store &/or acorn quilts in rockford~ a year ago; two years ago?? her work(wo)manship is truly that of an artist! having leanne quilt one of my projects is on my bucket list...

happy holidays!

Bari Jo

Now I want this one, too! LOL You always delight the eyes and inspire!

Gertie Pye

I loved your Toulouse quilt first time round and I still love it now! I think seeing you, Thelma and Lisa join forces in encouraging each other in making this pattern really highlighted the power of the quilting blog to me. Beautiful beautiful quilt x


Really lovely quilt. Must add that to my list!

Debbie R.

Beautiful quilt. Look forward to a better shot of the quilting. Glad to hear that you're carrying on. It is a very busy season. But you're doing all the important things -- the people things. I love hearing about Grampa, and your student. Take care. Be well. And if you find a little time for sewing each day -- all the better.

Jan S.

Wow, do I love this! The colors and fabrics are lovely!


I'm almost ready for xmas....still sewing last 2 gifts. ;p Love your quilt! Just beautiful.

Mary on Lake Pulaski

That is absolutely a Christmas heirloom quilt Nicole!!

Sandy M

I love that quilt. When you and the gals were putting it together I made sure to order the pattern. It has been waiting for the right fabric since then. I believe that my FQ bundle of Sentiments from 3 Sister's will be the designated driver on this one. Love having another peek at it.


I love Toulouse and hope to make it someday!


Lovely quilt! I just discovered your blog this year so it's fun to find links to older posts. The three versions of Toulouse are spectacular!


I love, love your quilt. What fun to have friends all making the same quilt!

Nancy Watkins

I love this quilt! Have a good day Nicole!


If I had to pick a favorite of all your quilts, this would be it! I LOVE LOVE LOVE it. It's my favoritest of all my favorites. :)

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