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April 26, 2016



Beautiful quilts for a new mom & baby! The colors & the quilting are perfect! You ARE off to a great start on your year of giving quilts!

Kathleen G

That first quilt....gorgeous!! I wish it were queen sized and you were giving it to me! LOL!


Beautiful quilts! I'm sure the mom and her baby will treasure them.


gorgeous and what great gifts for a baby. ;p


Is it Folk Art Wedding? I always loved that line. Beautiful quilt!

Quilt Hollow

I hope you received lots of compliments are your beauties! I hear you about support groups of new moms....always a plus!

Mary Kastner

What wonderful gifts for baby and new mom. They are so sweet!



What wonderful quilts! As much as I like red and the second quilt I am in love with the first one. Love everything about it from the muted colors to the design to the quilting. The baby is going to be one very lucky child to be wrapped in it.

Helen Storer

Beautiful baby quilts!


Thanks Helen.

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Vic in NH

The Robyn Pandolf stole my heart, just beautiful! And your Log cabin finish recently is magnificent, too. Congratulations!


These are so sweet and I love that she was so appreciative of them. It seems more and more lately the new mothers I know have 'themes' and color choices. I was recently told that one couple only wants what they want. So I am rebelling and they are getting diapers! I would have loved to make them a quilt using some of my very large stash. Your quilts are beautiful as always.

Barbara Anne

You've certainly welcomed your new great-niece in fine style with these charming quilts! I imagine many of those attending the baby shower would have been delighted to take these lovely quilts home with them. :)

Robin Pandolph has long been one of my all time favorite fabric designers and I have lots of her fabrics in my stash. The soft sun-washed colors in the first quilt sing to me but ya gotta love red and white, too. Sweet pattern.

If I remember correctly, Folk Art Wedding fabrics had much stronger colors.

Applause, applause for you - and your long-arm quilter who added her skills to the beauty of these quilts.


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