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April 15, 2016


Barbara Anne

What lovely Into the Wind fabrics and blocks!! You've made a good start and a block a day is a worthy goal. Well done!!

That books sounds interesting. Will have to see if the audio book is at the library.

Our guest departed on his motorcycle at 0630 today so we went back to bed! He loves his not-yet-completed star quilt and while here, chose a quilting pantograph pattern and thread color. I need more background fabric for the last stages of the quilt top and that's a bit of a bother. Oh, well! The quilt wouldn't have traveled home on his motorcycle even if it had been finished.



Your blocks look amazing! And to sew one in an hour is pretty fast if you ask me. I plan to work on my Miss Rosie Village pattern but tomorrow I have guests and they stay probably the whole day - no sewing:-(

Helen storer

Love the colours, am busy binding a few ufos.

Sue Babich

Your blocks are BEAUTIFUL!!!!

I have started cutting and making blocks for my Strawberry cream quilt made with Strawberry fields revisited. Like you just working on it a couple of hours each day.
Have a great weekend !


Those blocks are 'my colors!' They do look tedious with so many flying geese but Fit To Be Geese rulers make the job easier! Happy week-end to you, too!

Tracey Holzer

Beautiful! You can't go wrong with 3 Sisters and Miss Rosie together. This pattern reminds me of Shiloh.


Your blocks are so beautiful! Just love 3 sisters and Miss Rosie :)


what a beautiful job! I also am making this quilt and have only 1 block done, but the fabric and colors are truly a dream to work with!

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