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December 12, 2017


Barbara Anne

Another charming wee quilt made in a flash by you - the speedy wizardess of quilts! It's too cute.



Mary Kastner

THat mini is really a beauty. I would like that book I am sure. JO Morton is not doing her club anymore. Doing the same thing publishing the patterns from the old clubs. These gals are ready to slow down a bit I think. Have a great day.


Sherry V.

I love all the minis you have been doing.

The clubs were too expensive for me right from the start but I have loved some of the patterns and longed to just be able to buy them.

I was just thinking last night that it would be great if a book would come out with the patterns. . . and today you write that it will be! Great news.

Tracey Holzer

Oh those colours just pop! Very nice, Nicole.


What a great looking mini quilt! Every board game lover needs one!


Such a cute little mini thanks for the link!


That's a lovely candle mat. I like to use those dark rich colors starting in January after all the Christmas decorations are down and the house looks so dreary.


I just love this!


Always something new is right! You tempt me with all these great projects and I saw so many I liked in the online photos of quilt market too. I need an extra day in the week just for sewing.

Sharon Tucker

Good plaids have been hard to find lately, so I'm excited to see her new line. And the preview on her book looked fantastic. I have a laundry basket full of fabric, blocks partially made, bags of patterns cut up and ready to sew, etc. All What Nots. It is my one UFO goal for 2018.


Wow love that free pattern! It really looks like a game board! I've just recently discovered Kim Diehl and am so hooked over her fabrics. I love how they all play well together. I'll definitely be keeping an eye out for her new book and fabrics!

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