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April 29, 2015



I like the idea of a containment border with something fun for the outer border ... I can't wait to see what you decide to do.

Barbara Anne

Way to go, Nicole! Just two more blocks then all of those centers! Knowing you, I am certain you'll be to the arrangement stage in a trice.

I also like the idea of a containment border and suggest that black might be good for that purpose. I seldom use black for borders, but I've never regretted it when I did. It's worth an audition.

What fun!


carol fun

This is looking so good...fresh and happy! I have a stash of ,Denyse Schmidt's fabric that I've been aging for the right quilt and I think this is it! Thanks for the inspiration.

Mary Kastner

I like it a lot! can't wait to see the finish!



Really like these blocks and I could just stand there and rearrange those for quite some time....can't wait to see how they go together.

Marilynne Gossett

Read your posting on your garden and concern about the early planting of the tomato plants. We live in Colorado and have a late spring so my husband uses Wall-o-Water plant protectors for the tomato plants. The protectors are plastic cylinders composed of my tubes you fill with water and place around the plants. Fill the tubes partially with water initially so that the tops form a tepee and protect the plants from wind. He places a 5-gallon bucket inside the cylinder when filling the tubes and then places the cylinder around the plant. Add more water as the plants grow. The water in the protectors heats the soil and act as a greenhouse for the plants. Remove the protectors when the plants reach the top of the Wall-o-Water. See illustration and instructions at

Most garden centers sell the Wall-o-Water plant protectors.


Wow, just two more blocks!?! You're really fast! I know the finished quilt will look great:-)


Very cool! My favorite block is the center one in the top row!

Sue Babich

You are really going to town on these blocks !
Looking good :-D

Penny J

Seeing your blocks made me want to make one too and I just got the email today that my templates are in the mail! Can't wait to get started. Thanks!


Love those blocks! This quilt is going to be a beauty!


I love the movement these blocks create. Can't wait to see how you finish this one. It's going to be a beauty!

Paulette Doyle

AMAZING quilt!! I'm like everyone else, I can't wait to see it finished!

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