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January 03, 2018


Mary Kastner

Wow! I am so impressed. Congratulations on your new quilts. THey are just awesome. Every single one of them!



That is an amazing number! All very pretty finishes, Nicole.

Barbara Anne

Applause, applause!! You should take a bow!!

Hugs :)

Debbie R.

A beautiful and accomplished year in quilts!

Tracey Holzer

So many beautiful finishes, Nicole! Even tho I read your blog on most days, there were a couple that I didn't recognize at all...the two green ones for sure! Have a great week.


You had a very productive year! So many lovely quilts, inspiring! I hope 2018 is just as productive!


Impressive and inspirational, you do lovely work.


What an inspiring parade of quilts! The '1000 Pyramids' quilt is my favorite with 'Farmstead Game Board' a close second! Oh, heck! What am I saying?? They're all beautiful!


So many beautiful finishes! Penny Pincher is my fave...the colors are so beautiful!


Love everything yu've made last year and here's to a great quilty 2018!


Big or small its the style and skills you get to try/use.....well done they look great......


Loved every single one of your finishes!!! Fantastic job! HUGS... and stitches


I just enjoyed your amazing Quilt Show 2017! What a great variety of beautiful quilts! Thank you for sharing!

pam hansen

Great showing for 2017. I love small projects and definitely plan on making Township in a pillow. I am currently working with Nordic Stitches using charm squares and I know I will have a good number remaining. This project looks like it would be charm square friendly.


A stunning collection. Love it :-) Pyramid's my favorite, I just love your (or your son's) colour choices!


Your work is lovely. You had a terrific year. Can't wait to see what happens in 2018!

Quilter Kathy

Fantastic! A wonderful quilty year indeed!

Jennifer in Indy

You had a really great year - congrats on all the finishes! I’ve started making a lot more small quilts to put up around the house too - the tables seem a little bare without a runner on them, don’t they?

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