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October 14, 2016



I love, love, love this quilt. You're doing a fabulous job and have inspired me to change out a pattern. I've been stuck in a rut for too long. Thank you, Nicole.


I love the way the blocks looks in your on-point layout above. How many blocks do you think you need for the quilt?

Stephani in N. TX

This quilt will be a super adaptation of Lisa Bongean's plan. On point, it's a keeper for sure. Love that you added basket blocks and also blocks from Judy's book. I have had that book from my very first quilt class and never open it. I'll have to correct that situation. Thanks for the encouragement. I don't like super big blocks, but have to hand it to you for working on this variety in 6 inch blocks. Can't wait to see the finish so don't hide it.


These blocks are coming along nicely and love what you have done and the changes have added to it. Yes, every quilt could use baskets and yours are just what it it Nicole and can't wait to see if there is going to be sashing or what is next?????


Looking good Nicole. Lots to look at. The quilt will be a winner for sure!


I have to give you credit for staying with this. I had planned to do this quilt along but they are just too much for me. I think I might paper piece school house blocks with this fabric but I will keep them 6 inches.

pam hansen

Don't stop keeping us informed of your progress. The basket quilts make a classic addition.

Tracey Holzer

Love your baskets, Nicole! and the quilt.


Love all your blocks and that you make Lisa's quilt your own by changing some of the blocks💗

Kathi Kittle

This is going to be beautiful...great job!


"I Spy Basket Blocks" could be a new game! Nice addition to an already great collection of blocks! I do like the diagonal layout.


Love this quilt! A real beauty ♥

Helen storer

Perfect so beautiful

Karen Tunnicliffe

I really like how your quilt is shaping up, it's going to be a beauty when finished. I'm looking forward to seeing how you put it together, whether you follow Lisa's idea or carry on doing what you're doing when something doesn't appeal to you. So nice of you to share your good ideas with us. Thanks. Karen


I absolutely love your sampler quilt! My daughter introduced me to quilts set on point and I'm sold on them! Yours is spectacular! Thank you for sharing!


Wonderful variety in all these little blocks--I think you've done wonderfully to make the quilt your own. That's the thing about little blocks, it taking so many to make a decent sized quilt :) Enjoy!

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